MessageBird to create 50 jobs in Dublin

MessageBird to create 50 jobs in Dublin

MessageBird, the Amsterdam-based cloud communications platform company, today announced that it is expanding its European operations with a new office in Dublin. Led by former Salesforce and Oracle executive, Roberto Marzo, the new office will employ up to 50 new positions over the next 2 years.  

Initial hires will focus on sales, customer success and support for MessageBird’s fast-growing European customer base. The Dublin office is MessageBird’s 4th office in Europe, and its 8th outpost worldwide.

Since its launch in 2011, MessageBird has built a global cloud communications platform that makes it possible for consumers to communicate with businesses in the same way they do with their friends and family – on their preferred channels, on their preferred timelines and with all the context of previous conversations. 
More than 15,000 customers have taken advantage of the MessageBird platform including globally recognized brands such as Lufthansa Airlines, Hugo Boss, Rituals Cosmetics, Google and SAP to fast growing startups such as Hello Fresh, SuitSupply and Uber.
MessageBird currently has nearly 250 employees supporting customers around the world from offices in Amsterdam, San Francisco, London, Hamburg, Sydney, Shanghai, and Singapore.

Welcoming the announcement, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys said, "I am delighted to welcome MessageBird, one of Europe's fastest-growing companies, as it opens its new office in Dublin, which will employ 50 people over the next two years. This is a reflection of our attractiveness for companies in the ICT sector. We have the skills and talent pool available to enable the company to grow and to embed their operations in Ireland. I wish them well for the future."

Vice President of Sales Strategy and Business Operations for MessageBird, Roberto Marzo added, "Dublin’s thriving tech startup scene, and its highly skilled labor pool, make it an ideal location for MessageBird to further spread its wings in Europe."