Jobs boost for west Donegal


Ten new jobs are to be created in west Donegal following confirmation that European consultancy firm, Pangea is to establish its operational hub in Gaoth Dobhair.

Pangea’s hub for Finance, Humans Resources and Operations is to relocate to the Donegal Gaeltacht, where it will create 10 new jobs in coming years as it establishes its Irish presence.

Currently headquartered in Geneva with offices throughout Europe, the UK and the US, Pangea has been described as a fast-growing company whose business model is to partner with tech companies to accelerate their global expansion.

Using their extensive experience drawn from some of the world’s best technology companies, along with a history of successfully growing businesses internationally, Pangea are currently working with some of the most impressive companies in enterprise technology.

Pangea has made the decision to establish this strategic presence in Donegal due to the talent available in the region and the value they see in the partnership with Údarás na Gaeltachta and the local community.

The company, with the support of Údarás na Gaeltachta in cooperation with IDA Ireland, has chosen to establish an operations hub in gteic@Gaoth Dobhair, post COVID-19 lockdown, and recruitment has already commenced in recent weeks.

10 new jobs will be created in the Donegal Gaeltacht in the administration side of the company initially from which their global network of business consultants will be managed.

Pangea provide their services to a range of clients from large enterprises to start-ups across Financial Services, Life Sciences and other fast-growing sectors.