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Ryan Smith: founder of Qualtrics

US software firm Qualtrics is set to significantly expand its Irish operations, with the announcement of new jobs on the cards. Although exact (...)

Pictured at Web Summit 2014 (l to r) Jeff Hagins of SmartThings, Paddy Cosgrave of Web Summit and Anna Scally, partner and Head of Technology, Media and Telecoms at KPMG.

The sheer scale of the numbers associated with the 2014 Web Summit can almost distract from what happened at the event: billion-dollar businesses, mil(...)

Preparations for the web summit  under way in the RDS, Dublin, as the technology conference opens its doors to the public  today. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

When the first Web Summit took place in 2010, it didn’t register on many people’s radars. Founded by Paddy Cosgrave, Daire Hickey and David Kelly, it (...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny with Qualtrics chief executive  Ryan Smith at the opening of the company’s Irish headquarters last year.

EOIN BURKE-KENNEDYBusiness software firm Qualtrics is to create an additional 95 jobs at its Irish operation over the next two years.The Utah-based st(...)

Qualtrics 	chief executive and co-founder Ryan Smith: “Nail it, then scale it! A lot of start-ups are thinking about scaling before they’ve even figured out their product.”

In the boardroom of his Dublin offices on Earlsfort Terrace, a jetlagged Ryan Smith sits at the table wearing a dark hoodie and baseball cap. Outsi(...)

Ryan Smith, founder of Qualtrics: sees Dublin as a “talent factory”

Ryan Smith, the 35-year-old founder of and chief executive officer of research software company Qualtrics, blogged on the (...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has welcomed the opening of the European HQ for Qualtrics in Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Technology firm Qualtrics expects to create up to 150 jobs in Dublin within three years, based on current growth trends, as it opens its first(...)

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