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Global Shares makes TV headlines!

Global Shares made TV, radio and news headlines twice last month, with extensive coverage of the company’s new Software, Expansion Plans and Jobs Announcement. 

Watch the 2 clips below!

RTE news anchor Sharon Ni Bheolain presented two separate pieces about Global Shares on Primetime Six One News:

On April 17th, Richard Bruton TD – Irish Government Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation – visited Global Shares Headquarters for the launch of the company’s new software and to welcome the announcement of 80 new jobs.  The news was broadcast across news sites, radio, social media and in print press. For further details please see our press release.  Click here to view official photos of the event.

On April 29th, RTE returned to Global Shares to film an excellent follow-up feature.

Global Shares Marketing Manager Aisling Riordan spoke about our Headquarters at the West Cork Technology Park, which has created 1,000 high-skilled jobs for the region:

Our Portuguese Software Engineers – Felipe Proenca, Pedro Gomes and Joao Freitas –  were interviewed about how they enjoy living and working in beautiful West Cork – kind neighbours, good ‘craic’ (fun) on nights out and the high quality of life for families.



The sun shone on our Headquarters that day!

 Global Shares Office

There were screenshots of our EU operations team share plan analysts, as well as our colleagues in the Saas Implementation Department, among others:

Global Shares Staff


The Global Shares clocks were a big talking point, showing the times of our clients located on the US East and West Coasts, as well as Clonakilty (HQ), Tokyo and Sao Paolo.


Our thanks to the RTE team and especially to news anchor Sharon Ni Bheolain, who was a true professional and so personable to work with.

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