Eventbrite to create up to 15 jobs in Cork

Eventbrite to create up to 15 jobs in Cork

Eventbrite has pledged to create around 15 new jobs in Cork.

The company - a self-service ticketing and registration platform - plans to hireup to 15 full-time customer support staff and said it could grow to up to 50 employees over the next three years.

The firm - which will serve event organisers around the world - is opening a new office in Cork to support customer growth.

The company plans to hire employees who speak various languages (including German, Dutch, Italian, French and English).

Eventbrite is currently looking for a suitable location for the new office in Cork city.

“Helping our organisers run successful events lies at the heart of our company, and our global 24/7 customer support team is crucial in providing this support,” said Joel Crouch, Eventbrite’s General Manager for both Ireland and the UK.

“When we looked for a home for our growing customer support team in Europe, we searched for a place with easy access to great talent, while also affording our team members a high quality of life. That’s what we found in Cork.”

The Cork presence will be Eventbrite’s tenth office worldwide and the company’s second in Ireland.

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