25 new jobs & new Dublin home for NewsWhip

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Pictured L-R co founders NewsWhip: software engineer Andrew Mullaney and Irish entrepreneur Paul QuigleyPicture Conor McCabe Photography.

NewsWhip, the Irish tech start-up company launched in 2012, today announces a move to new Dublin headquarters and the 100% expansion of its workforce. From March 22nd, 2016 NewsWhip will be located at NewsWhip House on Dublin’s prestigious Merrion Square (#47).

Irish start up – grows up

The move to the 4 story 200 year old Georgian building facilitates the expansion of the company’s workforce from 25 jobs in January to 50 jobs before June 2016. NewsWhip has built a global reputation for its unique technological platform, Spike, which monitors digital media  and identifies important events and stories based on their ‘Social Velocity’ – how many new interactions stories get in real time. Spike, along with NewsWhip’s two other core products, Analytics and API, delivers signals to anyone who wants to monitor or influence the spread of information.

The company also employs 12 people in its New York office. Further job announcements are expected later this year.

Pictured were co founders NewsWhip software engineer Andrew Mullaney and Irish entrepreneur Paul Quigley. Picture Conor McCabe Photography.