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Contracting PLUS announces expansion, 17 new Irish jobs

The accounting firm will create 30 new jobs in total, 17 of which will be in their Irish offices in Dublin and Cork, following a buyout of foreign investors.

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AN IRISH COMPANY OF accountants for professional contractors, CXC Consultants Exchange, has announced their new name, Contracting PLUS.

After their buyout of foreign investors, Contracting PLUS is now a wholly owned Irish company with expansion plans in Ireland as well as in the UK and Europe which will lead to the creation of 30 new jobs, 17 of which will be in their Irish offices in Dublin and Cork.

Contracting PLUS has seen a 70 per cent increase in turnover in the last three years, with a 50 per cent growth in employee numbers to more than 100 people in their offices in Ireland, UK, Russia and India.

Contracting PLUS provides solutions to over 3,000 professional contractors in sectors including Aviation, Engineering, IT and Pharmaceutical.

Minister for Research and Innovation Mr Sean Sherlock welcomed the announcement. Frank Ryan, CEO of Enterprise Ireland also congraulated the company.

Michael Dineen, Chairperson and Founder of Contracting PLUS said: “We were delighted when the opportunity arose to buy out our minority shareholder and become a wholly owned Irish company.  We have seen significant growth in the flexible workforce in Ireland and our company has expanded in line with that growth.”

Turnover at Contracting PLUS has increased year on year.  This year their turnover exceeded €4.6m, reflecting a 20 per cent increase over the previous year.

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