Yroo expands in Ireland, creating 33 Jobs
Yroo is growing its new offices in Glandore Dublin, in order to build out global operations and support customers in more than 35 countries where the company currently transacts across North and South America, Europe, and Asia.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, welcomed today’s announcement: “This is another vote of confidence in Ireland and in the skills of the Irish workforce. It is so fitting that a company designed to harness ‘people power’ has decided to invest in Ireland. Ireland has developed extensive expertise in ICT generally and the greater Dublin area is now an ideal location for companies like Yroo who are involved in the competitive and dynamic world of eCommerce.”
The Irish office will be responsible for management and international sales, as well as business development, marketing, software development and customer support. James Cunningham, CEO of Yroo said “We believe that Ireland is the right place for us to be in order to continue to break new ground and grow well into the future.”
Even though other locations were considered, Yroo chose to establish in Ireland because of its location, ease of doing business and access to talent along with the existing infrastructure and knowledge in the technology sector. Yroo was introduced to ConnectIreland through Dubliner Frank Keane, who came across the company through his work with EisnerAmper Ireland. Frank, who is delighted to have played his part in bringing Yroo to Ireland, also introduced Yroo to Glandore Dublin.
Joanna Murphy, CEO of ConnectIreland, commented: “A service such as that provided by Yroo is increasingly important for retailers and consumers alike as e-shopping continues to grow. Yroo is in good company in Ireland’s tech scene and we wish them every success in the future. We also thank Frank for making such a valuable connection”.
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