SurveyMonkey to open Dublin office within the next 12 months

By Business & Finance
10 April 2014

SurveyMonkey, the world’s leading online questionnaire platform, today announced that it will open an office in Dublin, employing more than 50 people in the first 12 months of operations to support the company’s many existing Irish and European customers.

New employees will join the existing international team that is relocating to Dublin from the company’s Lisbon office.

The company will be hiring for a wide variety of roles ranging from account management to customer support, with recruitment beginning immediately.

Luis Franco, VP, International Operations, SurveyMonkey said: “Helping our customers understand how to use our platform to get the answers they need is our top priority.  This new office will ensure we can further educate our international customers, all from a central multi-lingual, multi-cultural location. The convergence of language talent, technology know-how and cultural savvy makes Dublin the ideal base from which we can meet the needs of our international customers.”

Minister Richard Bruton TD, said: “A key part of the Government’s Action Plan for Jobs is attracting more ‘born-on-the-internet’ companies to Ireland. We have seen significant success in this area, with most of the biggest names on the internet establishing offices here, and Dublin can now claim with justification to be the internet capital of Europe. Today’s announcement by SurveyMonkey that it is establishing an office in Dublin which will employ over 50 people is a great boost for our plans in this area, and I wish them every success with this project.”