CXC establishes EMEA hub in Dublin creating 30 jobs
New positions will be in operations, multi-lingual sales, marketing and support
IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan said the IDA’s growth markets division is actively targeting a number of companies in Australia and this investment win will assist in IDA’s marketing efforts there. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times
CXC Corporate Services is to create 30 jobs in operations, multi-lingual sales, marketing and support at its new EMEA hub in Dublin.
Part of CXC Global, CXC Corporate Services is a provider of payroll and accounting solutions for contractors and temporary staff. The company’s new services hub is located in Smithfield in Dublin 7.
CXC Corporate Services managing director Connor Heaney said the talent pool available to the company in Ireland along with the ease of access the country affords to the USA and EMEA were key drivers in CXC’s decision to locate here.
“We have invested in Dublin as it’s perfectly positioned between our two major growth markets, USA and EMEA,” he added.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton said: “winning multinational investment from new markets like Australia, to build on the strong success we have traditionally enjoyed from the US and European markets, is a key part of our jobs plan, and this is an important new win in these efforts.”
Founded in 1992 in Sydney, Australia, the company provides contingent workforce services to industry, recruiters and individual contractors.
IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan said the IDA’s growth markets division is actively targeting a number of companies in Australia and this investment win will assist in IDA’s marketing efforts there.
CXC Corporate Services recently agreed a strategic partnership with on demand sourcing platform, Elevate Direct which will be supported from Ireland.
“We’ve been focussing on the UK markets and now with CXC Corporate Services, we are able to spread out much faster to North America and LATAM,” Elevate chief executive and co-founder Dan Collier said.