Specialist distributor Steljes is growing its Irish presence as it plans to deepen its focus on the corporate market in the region.
It has moved to larger offices in Baldonnell Business Park in Dublin, which include demonstration facilities for its latest technology lines.
The firm has also added extra staff, with Caroline Mohan appointed as office manager to help with the increased demand the company says it is experiencing. Her remit will be to deal with reseller queries and demonstrate the latest technologies in the Steljes portfolio.
Greg Tierney, commercial director at Steljes Ireland, said: “The new office supports our continued growth in Ireland. We have hired new staff as we continue to scale the business to keep up with demand.”
Martine Dodwell-Bennett, sales and marketing director at Steljes, said the distributor was confident of a strengthening Irish economy. “This year will see an increased focus on the corporate market that will bring new revenue streams to our resellers, while maintaining our position as the leading distributor for the education sector.
“These are exciting times for Steljes and our continued investment in Ireland is testament that we believe the Irish economy is on its way to recovery," she added.
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