‘Compliance & Risks’ creates 50 jobs in Little Island expansion

22 July 2016
By Elaine Murphy
elaine@TheCork.ie

Little Island continues to become a large business area, thanks to the work of the Little Island Business Association
Little Island continues to become a large commercial area, thanks to the work of the Little Island Business Association

Another 50 jobs were announced this week for Little Island. Compliance & Risks, the end-to-end global regulatory solutions provider, today announced that it will be adding 50 new jobs to its workforce over the next three years. The majority of these jobs will be based at their Cork headquarters, across the areas of research, software development, client support, sales and account management.

The company is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through Enterprise Ireland.

Compliance & Risks, whose turnover has increased year over year since its inception, is in an aggressive development phase of its business, and these jobs will support its growth within the technology, consumer goods and retail, industrial goods and life sciences sectors. The company helps manufacturers, retailers and their supply chain partners monitor and manage regulations and standards for a cleaner, safer and better world.

MInister Simon Coveney
MInister Simon Coveney

Making the jobs announcement , Simon Coveney TD, Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government said, “I am delighted to announce that Compliance & Risks is creating 50 new jobs over the next three years. It’s always a good day when we have an indigenous Irish company creating employment. “This company is a perfect example of what’s great about this country, with their highly skilled legal team, combined with innovative technology creating value for blue chip clients for nearly 15 years. By further strengthening its workforce and in particular, its global operations centre in Cork, the company is poised to continue its successful growth trajectory.” Welcoming the announcement Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor said “I very much welcome this announcement for Cork today. The Government through the Action Plan for Jobs is very focussed on ensuring all of Ireland benefit from job creation. One of my priorities as Minister is creating an environment where job growth can thrive”.

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