Fianna Fáil TD for Dún Laoghaire and spokesperson on Dublin, Cormac Devlin, has today welcomed the creation of 120 new jobs over the next two years by Irish owned company, Nostra which is headquartered in Lucan, Co. Dublin and that also has offices in Smithfield, Co. Dublin, Athenry Co. Galway and in Mountmellick, Co. Laois.

The highly skilled positions are in engineering, I.T support, cybersecurity, sales and marketing bringing the total employee number to 270.

Deputy Devlin commented, “Today’s announcement is a great vote of confidence in Dublin, and in Ireland, as a place to do business, to grow and to succeed.

“It is a strong endorsement of the skills and talent of our workforce and provides a welcome boost to our economy and for Dublin after what has been an incredibly difficult year. ”

Speaking at the announcement, An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin T.D stated “I am delighted that Nostra, an Irish owned and based company with offices around the country, has today announced the creation of 120 new jobs over the next two years. Nostra’s continued success speaks to the innovation and dynamism of Irish companies. Today’s announcement is a strong vote of confidence in our talented and skilled workforce and is a welcome boost as we look to get people back to work in sustainable and high-quality jobs and rebuild our economy.”

The CEO of Nostra, Kevin O’Loughlin said, “Our business is performing extremely well, and we have experienced exponential growth across all services and sectors. This is due to our attention to detail, technical expertise, and innovative approach to Managed I.T Services. Technology changes rapidly and a company must have the ability to pivot, especially now in uncertain times. Our customers are predominantly business owners who are focused on ensuring their day-to-day operations perform as they should. I.T networks, systems and cybersecurity are generally not something they have time to consider and that is where we step in. We manage all of the I.T requirements so that people don’t have to worry about whether their systems are protected and operating as they should.”

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