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Zendesk officially moved premises to a six-storey standalone block near the Grand Canal in June.

Zendesk, a software-as-a-service (SaaS)-based customer service company that last year announced plans to take on an additional 300 people in Ireland, (...)

SaaStock chief executive and co-founder Alex Theuma onstage at last year’s event. Photograph: Dan Taylor

The world’s first dedicated software-as-a-service (SaaS) start-up competition is to take place in Dublin later this year as part of SaaStock. More th(...)

Co-working and flexible office space has emerged as a driver of demand and take-up in the Irish market. Photograph: iStock

Offices Co-working and flexible office space – where companies and individuals rent on a short-term basis – has emerged as a driver of demand and tak(...)

Even the largest FDI investment typically starts with just one person and a desk. Photograph: iStock
Landing a dream job

For the past six years, Ireland has been named the best country in the world for attracting high-value foreign direct investment. Much of that success(...)

In 2016 total exports into the UK from Ireland grew by 2 per cent, according to Marina Donohoe of Enterprise Ireland. “If you strip out food, they grew by 6 per cent.”

Though the final outcome of the Brexit negotiations is unknown, one certainty is that the UK will remain our major trading partner. The fifth-largest(...)

Ali Rayl of Slack: “The market is very bullish on our prospects, and so are we”.

There was some serious eyebrow-raising recently when Slack announced it had raised an additional $250 million (€213 million) from investors in a move (...)

Zendesk has signed a lease to move to 55 Charlemont Place, a six-storey stand-alone bock on the edge of the Grand Canal

Cloud-based customer service software firm Zendesk, which established an office in Dublin with just two engineers in 2012, is to take on an additional(...)

Facebook is to seek a further office block of 7,432-9,290sq m (80,000-100,000sq ft) in Dublin by 2018 – sufficient space to accommodate a further 700-plus workers. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Demand for office space in Dublin is now running at its strongest level for years even before a range of banks and financial institutions decide if t(...)

Online marketplace Etsy set up its Irish operation in 2013. Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty Images
Starting up for global success

The stereotypical view of an FDI company is of a large global enterprise which announces the creation of hundreds if not thousands of new jobs in a la(...)

Stewart Buttefield of Slack: we had hoped to grow it more quickly but we’ve been constrained by real estate

  Tech company Slack may be increasing its users at a healthy rate, but its plans to expand its Irish office have been held back by Dublin(...)

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