Made to Engage creates new ICT jobs in Northern Ireland

Digital agency Made to Engage is to create 40 new jobs in Northern Ireland’s information and communications technology sector.

The Belfast-based company, with additional offices in Dublin and London, says the jobs are to better service its existing customer base, and will increase staff numbers to 72.

Invest Northern Ireland has offered £240k to support the new roles, which Invest NI’s director of technology & services Brian Dolaghan says will contribute over £1.3m in additional annual salaries to the local economy.

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