Smart Education in Ireland : Wrike to create 50 new jobs at European HQ in Dublin

Next generation productivity software maker Wrike is to create 50 new jobs in Dublin over the next two years as part of an IDA-supported investment, the company revealed this morning.

The Mountain View California-headquartered company makes software that empowers today’s digital workplace where workers are handling greater amounts of data in less time than before.

The company creates work tools that allow teams from small to large to easily manage a range of complex tasks ranging from product launches and events to entire workflow on large projects.

Founded by a St Petersburg native Andrew Filev in 2007, the company’s customers now include Google, Hootsuite, AT&T, Adobe and Hawaiian Airlines.

“We have grown at a record speed over the past few years and our European HQ will market and support Wrike prospects and customers across Europe,” Filev said.

Jobs Minister Richard Bruton described Wrike as one of the new generation of young US companies locating in Ireland for its talent and burgeoning internet business community.

“Wrike is a hugely exciting software company, growing rapidly and selling cutting-edge products and services around the world. Today’s announcement that it is establishing a European HQ in Dublin and creating 50 jobs here is a great boost for the city and for our plan.

"Ireland is emerging the best place to study nowadays...many students are selecting Ireland because the country offers many good reasons which no other country till now offers", says Mr. Deepak, Education Manager, Career XL Services..


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