US marketing technology platform VidMob will hire 75 new employees by 2025
VidMob recently launched its new EMEA hub in Dublin, with plans to double its existing workforce by the end of the year.
VidMob, the New York-based marketing technology platform, has announced that it is making a hiring spree to double the headcount of its Dublin EMEA office based at Sir John Rogerson’s Quay.
The company currently employs 21 people in its Dublin office. It plans to double that number by the end of the year as part of its strategy to make Dublin a more important center of its EMEA operations. It aims to create 75 new jobs here over the next three years.
It will hire in software engineering, marketing, customer service and sales.
VidMob has had an Irish office since 2019 when it decided to move its EMEA headquarters from the UK to Dublin.
The American company was initially launched in London. However, he moved to Dublin citing the availability of talent, better access to partners while remaining within the European Union.
VidMob CEO and Founder Alex Collmer met with government officials, IDA Ireland representatives, and customers and associates from the social media and digital technology industry yesterday (January 26).
The meeting took place to mark the official opening of VidMob’s new EMEA hub. Lisa Haskins, Irish Marketing and Operations Manager for EMEA and APAC, based in Dublin, hosted the kick-off meeting. She joined VidMob from LinkedIn headquarters in Dublin.
Haskins said the company hopes to grow its SMB business here, which new hires will be involved in.
“Some of the best, well-educated talent in the world is right here on our doorstep, so in addition to attracting industry leaders, we will work with colleges to help develop graduates with the skills to meet the demand. of our innovative offering,” she said. adding that VidMob was here “for the long haul”.
It will also rely on the Dublin office for its future expansion in the rest of Europe. It will focus on the UK, Switzerland, France and Germany. The company has recorded 100% annual growth since its establishment in Dublin.
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