Up to 10 new jobs announced for Cork

Up to 10 new jobs announced for Cork

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar. Photo credit: JULIEN BEHAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

Up to 10 new jobs have been announced for Cork as Moz Inc is set to establish a customer success team which will work out of its Glandore office.

The creation of up to 10 jobs for customer support executives and account managers will support the company’s continued expansion into the European market.

The leader in search engine optimization technology provides a variety of search engine optimization (SEO) tools through its software products, online educational content and the Moz community, helping clients to improve ranking, drive search traffic and ultimately increase awareness of their business.

Speaking about the creation of jobs in Cork, CEO of Moz, Sarah Bird, said: “Moz continues to grow its customer base around the world and we were ready to put boots on the ground in Europe to expand our 24/7 support for customers.

“After visiting Ireland and seeing the business community in Cork first-hand, it was an easy choice to invest in setting up our operations there.” The news comes as An Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar and IDA Ireland announced the creation of a total of 206 jobs for Cork, Dublin, Kildare, and Sligo across seven high growth companies from Europe and the US.

An Tánaiste Leo Varadkar TD said that the new jobs “show that we have the right environment, across the country, to attract new and emerging high-tech companies”.

“All of these companies have been identified as having high growth potential and are working on some really exciting projects. I wish them all the very best of luck,” he said.

CEO of IDA Ireland, Martin Shanahan said he was “delighted” to welcome new companies to Ireland and assure them of IDA Ireland’s support “as they embed themselves into Ireland’s business ecosystem”.

“I particularly welcome the locational spread of these investments which shows that the technology offering, availability of talent and attractive work life balance in the regions resonates with overseas investors.” 

“Our value proposition and our agile and adaptable business environment remains intact despite the unprecedented challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic and IDA Ireland continues to compete strongly for every investment won for Ireland,” he said.

The new jobs will be spread across the technology and business service sectors with a range of activities such as sales and marketing, software development and tech support.

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