US tech firm Zendesk creates 300 jobs
A technology firm is to create 300 jobs in Dublin.
Zendesk is to move into new offices at Charlemont Place in the south inner city next year in a large-scale expansion.
The San Francisco-headquartered company, which specialises in improving customer support, has more than 100,000 clients in 160 countries.
The new Dublin base will oversee its work in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
The investment has been supported by IDA Ireland.
Tanaiste and Jobs Minister Frances Fitzgerald said: "It is a clear vote of confidence in this country's international leadership position in technology and professional services, and as a base for European and wider EMEA operations.
"I am particularly pleased to see Zendesk create new roles in technical areas, like engineering, infrastructure and mobile development - areas which are driving a global digital revolution."