Leading Global Companies in Ireland

Why Ireland?

Graduate starting salaries are at a high of €33k*
Dublin is home to large and prestigious organisations such as Google, Facebook, Accenture, Hubspot, Mastercard and Salesforce – the perfect place for an aspiring global business professional.
In late 2018, employment levels reached an all-time high* in Dublin, which along with the prestigious organisations based in Dublin, offers huge employment potential for graduates.
A 12-month post-student work permit enables graduates to gain invaluable experience with these companies or one of the numerous start-ups based in the city.
A city-centre campus in the heart of Dublin – equipped with modern facilities and positioned perfectly, connecting you to work opportunities.
EU, English speaking, member state

Joydipa Chowdhury
Country Manager at Smart BeeE Ltd,
Representing City Education Group, Ireland

Leading companies in Ireland

Ireland is the European hub to over 1,000 leading multinational companies! Companies who require a skilled, educated and highly capable workforce to drive their success chose to locate in Ireland.

Over 1,000 FDI giants in ICT, social media, Pharmaceuticals and Finance have made Ireland the hub of their European operations, with names such as Google, HP, Apple, IBM, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pfizer, GSK and Genzyme.

9 of the top 10

Global ICT companies*

8 of the top 10

Gaming Companies*

8 of the top 10

Global pharmaceutical companies*

6 of the top 7

Diagnotiscs companies*

15 of the top 20

Medical device companies*


of the world’s leading financial services firms*

* Enterprise Ireland

  • Ireland continues to attract a huge amount of foreign direct investment (FDI), in fact, Ireland is the second most attractive country globally for FDI – after Singapore.
  • Apart from a strong foreign owned multinational sector, Ireland also has vibrant indigenous industries. Companies competing on the world stage including CRH, Smurfit Kappa, DCC, Glen Dimplex, Greencore, Kingspan, NTR and Paddy Power.
  • Half of the medical technology companies in Ireland are Irish and there is a vibrant software sector exporting mainly to the UK and the US.
  • Ireland has a natural competitive advantage in the food and drinks sector.
  • Ireland is the largest exporter of beef in Europe and fourth largest in the world, in fact one in five beef burgers eaten daily in McDonald’s restaurants across Europe is made from Irish beef!

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