The enterprise technology learning company, Pluralsight, plans to invest more than €40 million ($47.7 million) over the next three years and open a new EMEA headquarters in Dublin which will house the company’s strategic business operations for the region. This office will also support its’ customer base in Ireland and through Europe, Middle East and Africa. Pluralsight also plans to hire 150 new employees in sales, marketing, operations, finance and customer support.
Mike Featherstone is set to be the head of business operations of its new EMEA headquarters.
According to Aaron Skonnard, co-founder and CEO of Pluralsight:
“We are thrilled that our new Dublin office allows us to be closer to our customers in Europe and beyond. Dublin’s thriving tech community will allow us to build a strong team of high-caliber, multi-lingual talent. This will help enterprise leaders and professionals identify skills gaps and quickly acquire the skills needed to remain competitive and adapt to the rapid pace of technological change.”
Pluralsight was recently named one of 2017’s Best Workplaces by Great Place to. Additionally, Pluralsight ranked in the top 20 on Forbes Cloud 100 list and is one of Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies.
Founded in 2004 and named one of the 2017’s Best Workplaces by Great Place to Work® and Fortune Magazine, Pluralsight is an enterprise technology learning platform. Pluralsight is based in the US and it delivers a unified, end to end learning experience for businesses across the globe and through its subscription service, Pluralsight’s clients are empowered to be technologically adept, increase its proficiency, innovation and efficiency. Pluralsight has also announced in 2017 to partner with Microsoft, Oracle, Adobe, and Google and launched its philanthropic entity namely Pluralsight One.