05/01/2016

Pale Blue Dot Announces Five New Posts

Belfast based creative agency Pale Blue Dot is taking on five new staff as part of an ambitious growth strategy.

Invest Northern Ireland has offered the company £37,500 of support for the new jobs which will see the company increase its workforce to 11 staff in the next 18 months.
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Enterprise Minister Jonathan Bell said: "Our creative industries sector is a fusion of exceptional talent and state-of-the-art technology that is growing and thriving and it is companies such as Pale Blue Dot who are helping to drive growth in the sector. They are an innovative home grown company who have their sights set high and are now ready to strengthen their creative team, with support from Invest NI, by hiring five new staff. These new jobs will be across a range of areas including animation and web development.

"The support by Invest NI will help enhance its capability as it seeks to target new export opportunities throughout the Republic of Ireland, Great Britain and the USA. The recruitment of the new staff will also provide benefits to the local economy and support from Invest Northern Ireland will be a key driver in helping the company to ultimately achieve its growth objectives."

(CD/LM)

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