The opening of the Blueface office in the IFSC
With the new office based in the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) in Dublin, Blueface says that it will roll out the hiring process gradually over the next 24 months, doubling its office footprint to cater for this expansion, made possible by strong 40% year-on-year growth in the Irish market.
The new roles cover a wide range of areas and include engineering, software development, R&D, marketing, sales, customer care and finance.
Blueface says that it is aiming for continued growth in Ireland while also establishing its business communications offering across Europe.
At the launch of the new office, Blueface’s CEO, Alan Foy, described what the new office will bring to the company: “Blueface is driven by innovation and creativity and we are firmly committed to maintaining our IFSC hub as the epicentre of our European expansion. We have expanded our office in the IFSC to include a new network operations centre, customer experience area and R&D lab.”
Also at the launch was one of Blueface’s investors, Guinness family member Edward Guinness, who added: “Blueface represents one of Ireland’s great entrepreneurial success stories and I’m delighted to see that the team and the business are making a big impact on the hosted unified communications landscape in Ireland and across Europe.”