Fintech Conga dances into Dublin with 40 new jobs

Conga’s expansion to Dublin reflects a greater overall presence in Europe.

Revenue operations technology company Conga is to establish a new presence in Dublin with the creation of 40 new jobs.

Conga plans to begin immediate recruitment efforts to establish a team in a new office space, with a focus on inside sales roles.

“Dublin offers a vibrant talent pool and multilingual professionals that will help our company better serve existing and new customers throughout their digital transformation journeys”

As part of its ambitious growth plan, Conga will invest in Dublin as it responds to the rapid demand for technology, and Ireland becomes a thriving home for world-leading technology companies.

Digital transformation journeys

The investment in an Ireland-based operation further demonstrates the company’s growth and ongoing commitment to being an employer and partner of choice for colleagues and businesses in Europe.

“Our investment in Dublin demonstrates our commitment to growing Conga’s presence in the EMEA region,” said Conga CEO Noel Goggin.

“Dublin offers a vibrant talent pool and multilingual professionals that will help our company better serve existing and new customers throughout their digital transformation journeys. It’s truly the right opportunity and place for all the right reasons.

“Having grown up and studied in Ireland, I am especially excited to witness this expansion and move to the region. Our momentum in Europe is a testament to the critical role that Conga plays in organizations’ business transformations, and I look forward to being at the helm of our continued growth.”

Conga’s new office in Dublin will complement its existing presence in London. The office will also help inspire Conga colleagues to embrace their roles and entrepreneurial spirit, reflected in “The Conga Way,” the framework for everything Conga stands for and does as an organization. 

“Ireland’s success in attracting Software as a Service (SaaS) companies in recent years has resulted in a deep talent pool available here providing companies with well-educated multilingual, customer support, sales, finance and technical teams,” said IDA Ireland CEO Martin Shanahan.

“I wish Conga every success with this investment and offer the ongoing support of IDA Ireland.”

The decision was also welcomed by Tánaiste and Minister of Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar, TD.

“The decision to expand to Dublin, opening a new office and creating 40 new jobs is a great vote of confidence in our rich talent pool and all we have to offer. Ireland is now recognised as a global tech hub, with many of the world’s leading companies choosing to base themselves here and I’m sure the Conga team will settle in very well. The very best of luck to the entire team and congratulations on this exciting new chapter.”

John Kennedy
Award-winning ThinkBusiness.ie editor John Kennedy is one of Ireland's most experienced business and technology journalists.

Recommended