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Slalom expands European presence with new Dublin office

Dublin, Ireland – 2 May 2023 – Purpose-led, global business and technology consulting company, Slalom, today announces the opening of its new office in Dublin

Located on St. Stephen’s Green, this will be Slalom’s first office in Ireland, following the firm’s impressive growth to multiple cities in Europe. Originally launching in Seattle in 2001, Slalom has since grown organically to 45 markets across eight countries worldwide.

Slalom Ireland will serve customers throughout Ireland and Europe, alongside Slalom’s current global partners such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft, Salesforce, and Google Cloud.

To support continued growth across the country, Slalom plans to hire more than 50 team members over the course of its first year, who will support customers seeking help to accelerate their growth and transformation, embrace emerging technology, and deliver initiatives more efficiently.

Slalom’s presence in Ireland, supported by the Irish Government through IDA Ireland, will also see the launch of Slalom Build, Slalom’s capability for builders of digital products. Slalom’s Build-as-a-Service offering will blend design, product engineering, analytics, and automation to create the modern technology products of tomorrow.

David Gregg, previously of Accenture and Vodafone Ireland, has joined as Slalom Build’s Managing Director, and will lead the technology implementation for Irish clients and build a world class team of product focused engineers based in Dublin.

Jane Dawson-Howe, Country Leader - Slalom Ireland comments: “At Slalom, people are at the core of everything we do. We base our decision-making and strategy on creating meaningful impact for our clients, to allow them to connect more deeply with their customers. Our presence in Dublin allows us to reach more businesses who want to achieve better outcomes - an exciting prospect for us all - and will be a home for a team of industry leading consultants who are truly experts in their fields.”

Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Simon Coveney TD said: “I warmly welcome Slalom’s announcement that they are opening their first Irish office in Dublin as part of their European expansion. This investment will create 50 jobs initially, with plans to significantly increase this figure over the next few years. Slalom are leaders in business and technology consultancy and already work with numerous big name global companies. This news demonstrates Ireland’s position as an excellent strategic choice for global business and also highlights our talented workforce as being major factor in attracting FDI. I wish the team the very best in this exciting new project and ongoing success with their Dublin office and European operations.”

Michael Lohan, CEO IDA Ireland said: ”The arrival of Slalom in Dublin is a welcome addition to Ireland’s technology sector. Ireland is an ideal location in terms of talent from which Slalom can grow and expand their offering in Europe. I wish the team success here.”

Slalom’s global team of 13,000 is an award-winning partner to 400 of the most innovative technology companies in the world, including AWS, Salesforce, Google Cloud, Microsoft, and Tableau. It has been recognized as a best company to work for by Fortune Magazine, Glassdoor, Forbes Magazine and Human Rights Campaign.

About Slalom

Slalom is a purpose-led, global business and technology consulting company. From strategy to implementation, our approach is fiercely human. In eight countries and 45 markets, we deeply understand our customers—and their customers—to deliver practical, end-to-end solutions that drive meaningful impact. Backed by close partnerships with over 400 leading technology providers, our 13,000+ strong team helps people and organisations dream bigger, move faster, and build better tomorrows for all. We’re honoured to be consistently recognized as a great place to work, including being one of Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work for seven years running. Learn more at slalom.com.  

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