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Sidetrade creates 90 jobs in Dublin

A French software company is to create 90 jobs in Dublin.

Sidetrade is to take on staff in the fields of accountancy and finance as well as marketing and customer support roles in a number of languages over the next two years.

The company's new Dublin office was opened today.

Jobs Minister Richard Bruton said: "A key part of our plan to attract multinational investment is to pursue opportunities outside of our strongest market in the USA.

"We have put extra IDA staff in growth markets and increased the number of trade missions to allow us to include new destinations.

"Today's announcement that Sidetrade, a leading French software company, is opening a new office in Dublin with the creation of 90 jobs is a great boost for this strategy."

Sidetrade said the new Irish operation would be a platform to bolster its capacity to service customers in Europe and worldwide.

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

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