The European HQ is the company’s first purpose-built building outside of the US.
Social networking service LinkedIn has officially opened its first purpose-built facility outside the United States at Wilton Place, Dublin, following an investment of €85 million.
The 17,650sq m building is the company’s Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) headquarters and was built to facilitate LinkedIn’s 1,200 employees in Ireland.
“It’s a magnificent commitment to Dublin…and this is LinkedIn’s largest operation outside the US,” Sharon McCooey, head of LinkedIn Ireland, told The Irish Times. “It’s an investment in our team. We’re creating a remarkable workplace to do remarkable things,” she added.