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DocuSign searching for tech talent as Dublin office opens

Dublin office will serve as a European hub.

By Ellie Burns

Expanding its presence in EMEA, DocuSign has announced the launch of its Dublin office as a European hub.

In a boost to the local economy, the company plan to hire as many as 100 new staff over the next several years. With this in mind, DocuSign also plans to use the Dublin office as a hub for top technical talent joining DocuSign’s EMEA operations.

Irishmen Ronan Copeland, Saul Whitton and Eoin Hinchy are leading the office launch; all with a wealth of industry experience. Copeland has been named as Vice President of Commercial Sales, EMEA; Eoin Hinchy as the Director of Cyber Security and Saul Whitton as DocuSign’s EMEA Recruitment Director.

"We’re thrilled to bring The Global Standard for Digital Transaction Management to Ireland as a key part of The DocuSign Global Trust Network," said Copeland.

"The team and I will be driving DocuSign’s expansion locally and across EMEA, providing sales and technical support to help our customers and partners achieve their digital transformations with DocuSign."

Other DocuSign offices include Chicago, Dublin, London, New York, Paris and San Francisco – all serving the 50 million users worldwide and 100,000 customers on DocuSign’s books.


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