This month the Dublin-based digital education company, the Digital Marketing Institute, will add 10 new people to its staff and launch its new London office. Recent global business wins, together with a rapid growth in demand for digital marketing training, will see the company hire a further 20 new people in 2013, tripling headcount.


It currently employs 15 people in its Dublin offices with a total of 39 new roles being created in both Dublin and the new offices in London by mid-2014.


The new positions encompass roles across content management, membership, event management, sales, finance and administration.


Ian Dodson, CEO of the Digital Marketing Institute:


“The Digital Marketing Institute has worked hard over recent years to create the best digital training programmes in the world. This is now reaping rewards with many top training companies now licensing our certified programmes. The 2013 recruitment drive is a consequence of this success and we are very positive for the future.”


Towards the ends of 2012 the company secured a number of key international partnership deals with education providers in India, South Africa and Malaysia.  Worth a combined total of €8 million they enable the Digital Marketing Institute to license out its courses and bring its digital media courses to thousands of students across these regions.


In recognition of its global expansion success and further securing Ireland’s reputation as a global digital media hub, the company was recently conferred with the inaugural Trailblazer award at the 2013 Digital Media Awards in Dublin.


About Digital Marketing Institute


Founded in Dublin, Ireland in 2008, the Digital Marketing Institute is the global certification and education body for the digital marketing industry. The organisation works closely with global digital industry players to define the skills and qualifications required to thrive in this rapidly growing industry. The Digital Marketing Institute has partner operations in Europe, Middle East, Africa, North America and Asia.