Irish Examiner press feature on Global Shares

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Irish Examiner press feature on Global Shares

West Cork firm Global Shares targeting global equity administration market

– Peter O’ Dwyer, Irish Examiner

With a decade of experience under its belt, an innovative company based out of West Cork has major growth plans for the coming years as it looks to capture a bigger share of the equity administration market.


Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton gets a demo of Global Shares Software at the company’s global headquarters in Clonakilty’s West Cork Technology Park by Dominique Coughlan


Clonakilty-based Global Shares is a leading software-as-a-service company that develops cloud-based solutions for corporate clients to manage their employee share plans.

The self-styled “Google of West Cork” boasts a staff of 80 employees across a network of offices that spans the globe from London to New York and California to Brazil.

The software firm exports 98% of its business to more than 150 private and public companies including US giant Cargill, Mexico’s Corona and China Trust.

Closer to home Kerry Group also uses its software.

If client testimonies are anything to go by, Global Shares appears more than worthy of its ‘Cork Company of the Year’ nomination.

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