Dropbox sets up international headquarters in Dublin

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Technology firm Dropbox has said it is establishing its international headquarters in Dublin.

Its internet-based service allows its 100 million users to access their documents from a range of different devices anywhere in the world.

The Irish office will provide technical support and other functions.

Dropbox said it plans to begin recruiting immediately for a range of different roles.

At this stage, it is not clear how many Irish employees will be recruited.

The company was founded in June 2007.

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