Facebook Ireland head Gareth Lambe said: “We have invested here for a long time. This 14-acre park has a significant investment of thousands of employees, which reflects our commitment to Ireland, where we hope to grow our business and continue Contribute to the economy."
Currently, Facebook employs engineers, legal professionals, marketing and sales staff at its international headquarters. It is unclear whether this lease will be obtained from Union Bank of Ireland, whether it will open any new sector in the country, or simply hire more people to support the above. Irish Commerce Minister Heather Humphreys called the expansion a vote of confidence in Ireland. This small Western European country has received one-tenth of the jobs offered by multinational companies such as large technology companies, and because of its low taxes, it has recently opposed France’s plan to impose a digital sales tax within the EU.