Ve Interactive opens new Dublin office

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20 July 2016 | 0

Performance marketing technology company Ve Interactive has announced a new Dublin office.

As part of expansion plans that have seen the company works across 30 languages in 43 territories with 34 offices worldwide since its founding in 2009, the new Dublin office will be situated in Dogpatch Labs in Dublin’s Silicon Docks.

Ve Interactive works with online businesses from all sectors with its suite of conversion-enhancing technology, and its customers include Etihad, Nissan and Barclaycard.

The company said it was excited at the prospect of an Irish presence, seeing the country as a “major hub for tech innovation”. Dublin’s competitive and capable workforce coupled with its mature tech scene were also influential in the decision, the company said.

“Ve has experienced exceptional growth worldwide as more and more large companies invest in ecommerce technology, and our latest office will help to expand our client base,” said David J Brown, co-founder and CEO, Ve Interactive. “Competition in Ireland is fierce, so it is essential that retailers maximise their consumer appeal to secure sales – this is where Ve’s technology is becoming so important.”

“The Irish eCommerce industry is thriving and Dublin has evolved into a global tech hub over the last decade,” said Brian O’Keeffe, managing director, Dublin, Ve Interactive. “Ireland is the EU’s fastest growing economy, and, being a native myself, I’m looking forward to bringing further value to this already booming digital market with our data-led conversion technology.”

 

 

 

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