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100 new jobs for Galway

Tuesday, 2nd August, 2016 9:08am

100 new jobs have been announced for Galway by a top Australian technology company.

SiteMinder, the hotel industry’s leading cloud platform, will announce the opening of its new office in Galway later today, providing 100 jobs initially with the potential to grow in future. 

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, who will formally announce the opening today, said she is delighted to welcome such a dynamic company as SiteMinder to Galway.

“Galway is fast becoming a tech hub and SiteMinder is an exciting addition with the creation of at least 100 jobs, which will benefit the entire region and have a positive knock-on effect.”

Galway will complement SiteMinder’s existing EMEA headquarters in London to service hotels both within the region and around the world, and to form the company’s fifth office alongside Bangkok, Dallas and Sydney.

SiteMinder’s customer base in Ireland includes The Connacht Hotel – host of today’s opening event – and The g Hotel and Spa as well as Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel and K Club.

Dai Williams, managing director – EMEA at SiteMinder, based in London, said they are thrilled to join the thriving technology hub of Galway.

IDA Ireland CEO Martin Shanahan added, “This company, a leading cloud platform for hotels including a number of Irish hotels, adds to the growing number of technology companies that have located in Galway, further enhancing the region as a great location for this sector.”

SiteMinder is now recruiting graduate sales representatives to join their accelerated development program as well as experienced customer training and support analysts. Interested applicants are invited to learn more and apply at

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