Irish eShopWorld creates 250 jobs over three years

Irish tech company eShopWorld, is creating 250 new jobs over the next three years at its new global headquarters at Airside Business Park in Swords, Co. Dublin.

The move will take the company’s headcount to 400 by 2019 and is part of a €25m (£21.6m) investment eShopWorld is making in people, software development and R&D over the coming three years.

Launched in 2010, eShopWorld provides e-commerce solutions and has operations in Dublin, Newry, the US, Singapore and the Netherlands, working with well-known sportswear and clothing brands.

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CONTRACTS & DEALS: 11-15 DECEMBER 2017

This week’s contracts and deals include: CSG, Job Matrix, Recruitive

Contracts 11 December 2017

Britons will ‘starve’ after Brexit

England’s biggest winemaker, and supplier to 10 Downing Street, has warned that Britons will “starve” if foreign fruit pickers are not allowed into the country after Brexit.

Legislation 6 December 2017

Trust Tech takes majority stake in gap personnel

Japan-based staffing business Trust Tech has paid £20.1m for 75% of shares in UK recruitment agency gap personnel.

Contracts 4 December 2017

Fortnum & Mason faces staff shortfall due to Brexit

Iconic London department store Fortnum & Mason is struggling to recruit staff following last year’s Brexit vote, its CEO Ewan Venters told the Guardian newspaper.

4 December 2017
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