US software firm creates 100 jobs in Dublin

US software firm creates 100 jobs in Dublin

A hundred new jobs are being created at Qualtrics in Dublin.

The US software firm, which operates online surveys, has opened its new EU headquarters on Clarendon Row in the city centre.

The company already employs 150 people in Ireland.

"We're starting to get, ultimately, into the more technical jobs as well, but for now primarily the office is sales support [and about] client success," said CEO and Founder Ryan Smith.


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