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Deals firm Groupon creates 20 jobs

Online deals provider Groupon is to take on 20 new staff in Dublin.

Jobs will be available for experienced engineers, programmers, data scientists and marketers as well as new college graduates at its newly established software development centre.

Groupon has a global workforce of about 10,000 in 48 countries, and 41 million customers around the world.

The new project, which increases staff numbers from 12, is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland.

Rich Williams, Groupon chief marketing officer, said: "Ireland is a strategic market in Groupon's global operations - and we want the best and brightest technology and marketing minds to help us to continue to scale."

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