Marin Software establishes international headquarters in Dublin
A digital marketing software company Marin Software will establish its international headquarters in Dublin with the creation of 35 new jobs over the next three years.
The investment is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland and was announced by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton.
Marin Software has created an advertising management platform for search, display, social and mobile media. Its Dublin office will initially have responsibility for international finance, office administration, global customer and technical support and intends to expand to sales and IT, and be located in Dublin 2 with a planned move to larger premises as required.
"Today’s announcement," said Minister Bruton, "that Marin Software is establishing its international headquarters in Dublin with the creation of 35 jobs is a further boost for the capital and for the ICT sector in Ireland. This is a sector which is at the heart of the Government’s Action Plan for Jobs, and in the time since we have taken office a total of over 11,000 additional people are at work in ICT activities. Through continued strong implementation of our plan I am convinced that we will see further jobs growth in this sector to help get Ireland back to work."
"I am delighted with the establishment of this operation in Dublin," added Chris Lien, CEO and founder, Marin Software, "which will help fuel Marin’s global growth. We chose Ireland due to its successful technology and software cluster, the availability of digital and multilingual talent, and its pro-business environment. We look forward to supporting the Irish economy with these new jobs."
Today also saw the announcement by payments software and service provider ACI Worldwide that it would be expanding its software development centre in Limerick, leading to the creation of 60 jobs.