• Voxpro acquired by Canadian giant Telus International

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    Cork-based Voxpro has been snapped up by Teuls International for an undisclosed figure.

    Voxpro, which employs 2,700 people worldwide, provides high-end call centre services to tech companies, including Airbnb and Google.

    The company, owned by husband and wife team Dan and Linda Kiely, boasted revenues of E33 million and profits of E3 million as of 2015, with offices in Cork, Dublin, Manila, Bucharest, the US, Athens and Folsom.

    The company has become one of the largest call centres in Ireland, with the majority of its 2,700 staff employed there.

    “It’s an extremely special day for us and for all of our partners,” said Dan Kiely, Voxpro co-founder and chief executive.

    “We couldn’t be more proud to find a fabulous partner like Telus International, a company that shares our entrepreneurial spirit and relentless desire to redefine and disrupt the outsourcing industry when it comes to serving the customer experience needs of such important brands.

    “We continue to be inspired by the disruptive innovators that we work with, who are changing the world and going after the parts of the internet yet to be built.

    “As part of the Telus International family, we will continue to build our thriving culture.”


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