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Irish company Skillpages to close with loss of 33 jobs

KPMG has been brought in as liquidators.

IRISH COMPANY SKILLPAGES is closing down with the loss of 33 jobs.

The workers found out about the closure via e-mail this afternoon and were told the company had financial trouble.

Skillpages matched a range of skilled people with employers. It was set up in Dublin in 2008.

The offices were in Blackrock Business Park.

Its website states that it has over 25 million members “from cleaners to electricians, designers, carpenters, dentists, painters and more.”

A source told TheJournal.ie that the workers have been expecting it for a while.

KPMG has been brought in as liquidators.

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