100 New Jobs Announced By N3

Sales and marketing firm N3 has announced that it is to create 100 new full-time jobs by the end of 2018.

N3 is a client of the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland. Their Dublin office serves as a central anchor in EMEA, driving revenue for some of the world's leading global technology companies including Microsoft, SAP, Cisco, and others.

Jeff Laue, N3 CEO, said: "As the technology sector continues to rapidly expand in Europe, Ireland serves as a key strategic location to service our global clients. Dublin gives us access to the highly educated sales and technical resources we need, and a wide range of language capabilities. We offer candidates the chance to work with leading technology companies in a fast-paced, cutting edge environment."

Commenting on the announcement Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys said: "N3's decision to double the size of its EMEA HQ in Dublin by creating an additional 100 jobs is excellent news and a reflection of our attractiveness for companies targeting high technology sectors. The ICT Sector has made extraordinary advances in recent years and companies such as N3 are well positioned to support that sector to expand its customer base while retaining existing customers. I wish N3 well in its endeavours."

Martin Shanahan, CEO, IDA Ireland said: "N3 was first attracted to Ireland due to our international reputation as a location where companies can quickly establish their operations and rapidly expand to service their growing customer base in Europe. The Dublin office plays a central role in the company's international expansion."


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