45 new jobs to be created by Irish tech company based in Galway

  • Galway-based start-up Joulica will be almost tripling its workforce through the creation of 45 new roles over the next 3 year period, growing from a team size of 25 to 70.

    Data analytics company Joulica has gone from strength to strength this year, experiencing huge growth and strong commercial success due to the expertise the team has in real time analytics and cloud native software development. The organisation is now planning on hiring people with a range of skills and experience to fill 45 additional roles over the next three years.

    "Today marks a significant landmark for Joulica and demonstrates the depth of talent available to innovative technology start-ups establishing R&D centers in Galway city”, stated CEO of Joulica, Tony McCormack. The firm will be focusing on the development of US and Europe products, making it vital to employ new individuals across software, data analytics and business development.

    Heather Humphrey, the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation as mentioned in BusinessWorldie stated, "I am delighted to be here at Joulica’s HQ today to announce 45 new highly-skilled jobs in Galway. This time last year, Joulica had 11 employees. Since then, they have increased that number to 25, and over the next three years, they will increase it again to 70. This wonderful achievement is a testament to the innovation and dedication of the team."

    Source: BusinessWorldie, Joulica Press Release

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