Qualtrics Open New Headquarters In Dublin

Qualtrics, one of the world's leading enterprise survey technology platform, has announced the opening of its new European Headquarters in Dublin, with Taoiseach Enda Kenny T.D., officially opening the office.

Qualtrics, which was founded in Utah, is investing in Europe to meet the growing demand for business insights in the region. Ireland is Qualtrics first international office and will lead the company's expansion into Europe. Based on the company's current growth trajectory, Qualtrics anticipates that it will employ 150 people in EMEA within 18 to 36 months, and will create 50 jobs in Dublin over the next 12 months.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny said: "I am delighted to be opening Qualtrics' European HQ here in Dublin. The decision of this dynamic and rapidly growing company to establish operations in Ireland is another vote of confidence in the country's strengths as a location for investment and jobs - our people, our pro-business environment and our proximity to European markets.

"For the Government's part, we are determined to prioritise, through our Action Plan for Jobs, those policies which help attract more investment so that we can continue to build on the 3,000 new jobs being created in the private sector every month."


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