Venga Global’s Newly Opened Dublin Office Expands its European Footprint
San Francisco, CA – Responding to encouraging growth across Europe, Venga Global (Venga) has chosen Dublin, Ireland, as the base for its seventh office. Venga has been working on translation and localization projects with experienced professionals in Ireland for several years and confidently expects the Dublin office will help attract the top-quality talent it needs to sustain its successful growth. Ireland is home to all of the world’s top ten technology companies, as well as all five top security, all three top enterprise software and all ten top ‘born on the internet’ enterprises. As a result, the country promises outstanding future potential for software and technology translation and localization specialists such as Venga.
Venga’s announcement of the opening of its new Dublin operation follows shortly after its October 2016 opening of a Barcelona office and a London subsidiary earlier this year. Emphasizing how his company is solidifying its European growth, Venga CEO, Mr. Kåre Lindahl said: “Having further strengthened our European base with three new offices in 2016, we are now far better placed to service U.S. headquartered businesses with European subsidiaries and also increase our work with European enterprises.”
This new Dublin office will ensure Venga’s experienced translation and localization professionals can provide far better on-the-ground support to clients all over Ireland and Europe. Appointed to head up the Dublin office, Venga’s VP of Worldwide Sales and Business Development, Mr. Antoine Rey, said: “As Dublin has long been a cornerstone of the translation and localization industry, opening an office here was a natural next step. We remain confident our newest location will deliver outstanding results for not only our clients but also our own talent acquisition efforts. I am very excited to be helping our leadership team to build our newest business.”
Venga’s new Dublin office is located at:
77 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Suite 1374