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AP Opens New Office Space in Dublin

analytic partners
analytic partners 01.08.2007

The new city-centre office provides a world-class workplace and room for growth.


Analytic Partners is pleased to announce that it has moved to new office space in Dublin, Ireland. The new city-centre office provides a world-class workplace and room for growth.


"We have over 3000 square feet of space in the heart of Dublin, and that will serve us well as a base to service our clients and to attract the kind of talent that allows us to exceed client expectations," said Nancy L. Smith, President of Analytic Partners.


AP's offices are located on Stephen Street Upper which is within a five minute walk from St. Stephen's Green and the Grafton Street shopping district. "The location is great because of all the transportation and food options here. Everyone has been happy with the move, and I have already found my favorite coffee shop," explained Teresa Surichamorn, AP Director.


Analytic Partners does work in over a dozen countries in Europe. Dublin's emergence as a vibrant, cosmopolitan European city makes it an attractive location to draw the talented staff that AP requires. "I have been impressed with the caliber of people that we have been able to assemble in Europe," said Mike Menkes, an AP Director who plans to re-locate to Dublin from AP's New York office in mid-January of 2007. "We have the makings of a great team over there, and I am looking forward to working in Dublin and being in the same time zone with many of our clients," explained Mr. Menkes.


The Dublin office is AP's first base outside of the United States. "We learned a lot while laying the groundwork to operate in Europe. It's all part of our long-term commitment to the marketplace and to our customers," explained Ms. Smith. AP also has its sights set on opening an office in Asia in 4th Qtr, 2007. Ms. Smith explains that, "the plan is to open an office in Singapore to serve the Asian and Pacific Rim markets. The lessons we learned and the processes we established in Dublin will definitely be useful in Singapore."