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Great deal* for workers as Groupon plans 100 new jobs


GROUPON, THE DISCOUNT sales site, will create 100 jobs in Dublin as it expands its operations in the capital.

The company today announced the official opening of its International Engineering and Marketing Centre in Dublin.

The office will serve as a research and development hub, responsible for the development of technology platforms that will be used across Groupon’s local markets worldwide.

Nearly 100 roles have already been created with plans to expand to 200 over the next two years.

The investment is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland.

Founded in Chicago, Groupon employs thousands of people across the globe.

The company is actively seeking experienced tech professionals in the fields of software engineering, data analysis and digital marketing for its Dublin office.

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