Donegal technology company set to create 24 new jobs

Pictured announcing that Furthr VC has led a €750K investment in Donegal’s 3D Issue are (L-R): Paul McNulty, CEO & Founder, 3D Issue; and Richard Watson, Managing Partner, Furthr VC

A Donegal company has benefitted from a €750,000 investment and is set to create 24 new jobs.

Furthr VC today announced that it has led a €750K investment in Donegal digital publications creator, 3D Issue.

Furthr VC and the Western Development Commission both invested €375K in 3D Issue.

The company is using the funding to add 24 new jobs by year-end 2023 and expand in existing and new markets, which will help to grow revenues from €1M to €6M over the next three years.

Established by Paul McNulty in 2007, 3D Issue is a technology company specialising in content experience tools for the development of digital publications.

Last year, it launched Experios, a multi-level drag and drop content-building platform.

The recent investment will enable 3D Issue to increase its presence in existing markets, while expanding into new ones. It will also support continued innovation at the company, facilitating new and existing product development.

Supporting this will be the 24 new roles in design, software development and sales and marketing.

Most of the roles will be based in Donegal, as well as remotely elsewhere in Ireland, while some sales and marketing roles will be located strategically in 3D Issue’s key markets including the US and UK. The company was one of the first in Ireland to adopt a four-day working week.

Paul McNulty, founder and CEO of 3D Issue, said this is an exciting period of growth and innovation for the company..

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