Property is a people business. The bricks, mortar, glass and steel of our modern, spacious facilities form the bones around which we build our world-class workplace community, but it’s the people who work there that make them what they are.
The arrival of security software specialist FileCloud at Plassey Business Campus in Limerick demonstrates this perfectly. The Texas-based company is now running its Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) operations from Hamilton House 2 at the business campus and plans to establish an R&D centre there, creating 50 new jobs over the next three years.
This is great news for Limerick. FileCloud’s decision to use the city as the base for its EMEA expansion is testament to the city’s thriving community of tech, life science and financial service companies, great transport links, shops, cafes, restaurants and sports facilities. Most of all, it’s proof of Limerick’s greatest power: the talented people who live and learn here.
Having a regional HQ and R&D Centre at Plassey Business Campus gives FileCloud a unique opportunity to interact with that talent. Plassey is a stone’s throw from the University of Limerick and Technological University of Shannon (TUS) Moylish Campus. Both run world-class computer science and other tech-related graduate courses.
You can read the full press release now at the link below