Capella to create 30 new jobs over next 18 months

The hybrid working solutions provider was established to address the rapid transition to remote and hybrid working during the pandemic
(L-R) Brian Sheridan, Enterprise Ireland; Criona Turley, Capella; Minister for Enterprise, Trade & Employment, Simon Coveney; Victoria Yanakos, Capella; and Leo Clancy, Enterprise Ireland.

16 May 2023

Hybrid working solutions provider Capella plans to create 30 new roles at the company over the next 18 months, more than doubling its existing team.

The new roles will be in the areas of software development, architecture, IT, sales and customer account management, and recruitment will begin in the coming weeks.

Founded in 2020 and supported by Enterprise Ireland, Capella was established to address the almost overnight transition to remote and hybrid working during the pandemic, to help business owners and employees navigate this new normal in a safe, structured, and informed environment.




Using the latest AI technology, Capella offers hybrid working software in organisations including hot desk booking, office heat mapping, work-from-home risk assessments, as well as workplace analytical tools to foster greater collaboration amongst teams in the office. The technology also offers crucial data and insights into how hybrid working is performing across the business, which can be used to inform leaders’ decision-making process in finding the hybrid working solution that will be most effective for their business.  

Críona Turley, chief executive officer and co-founder of Capella, said: “It’s clear that many organisations are struggling to find the hybrid working policy that will work for their business and that’s where we come in. Our technology not only provides the software needed to manage hybrid working on a day-to-day level but also offers the insights and data to allow senior leaders make informed, justifiable decisions on longer term hybrid working policies. For us at Capella, this announcement marks an exciting new stage in our journey, and we look forward to welcoming some great new talent to our existing team.”

“Innovation is crucial for Irish start-ups to grow and build scale both here and on an international level,” said Leo Clancy, CEO, Enterprise Ireland. “Capella’s success centres on their ability and appetite to continuously innovate their product offering which will help them to scale and realise their global ambition. At Enterprise Ireland, we are committed to helping high potential start-up companies like Capella to innovate and compete and we look forward to continuing our work with Criona and the team on their growth trajectory.”

Among the many organisations now adopting Capella’s software are the Dept of Social Protection, Public, the ESRI, Barnardos, and Let’s Get Checked.  

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