US-Israeli tech company Gong to be created 80 new jobs

A US-Israeli tech company Gong is to create 80 new jobs at its EMEA HQ in Dublin. Gong is expanding its EMEA headquarters in Dublin this year.

The company is hiring for inside sales, marketing, recruiting, pre-sales, customer success, engineering, and information security positions to serve its growing customer base and demand for its product offering.

A number of roles for the Dublin office are already live on the company’s careers portal.

The company’s expansion in Dublin is supported by the Government through IDA Ireland.

The company said the expansion will serve its growing customer base and growing demand for its services across the EMEA region.

“Our focus on people is at the very heart of our business, as evidenced by Gong’s numerous ‘best workplace’ awards,” said Wendy Harris, Vice President of EMEA, Gong.

“We are building a talented team in Dublin that will be responsible for spearheading Gong’s expansion across EMEA.” She said.

The company has been rated a “best place to work” several times, most recently by Glassdoor and Great Place To Work. The Gong platform has been ranked the best software product according to customer reviews and the company has been named one of the fastest-growing US-based private companies.

Gong has nearly 3,000 customers globally, of which over 300 are headquartered in Europe including Cognism, Wayflyer, Teamwork, and Quinyx.

IDA Ireland CEO Martin Shanahan emphasised how Dublin is a leading destination for fast-growing companies.

“Ireland has a proven track record of being a very attractive location to technology companies looking to access a well-established talent pool to scale quickly. I wish Gong every success with this investment and offer the ongoing support of IDA Ireland.”

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