Flutter entertainment has had a big year.
The company’s revenue soared to $7.2 billion in 2018 from $5.9 billion in 2017.
But its growth has slowed to just over $2 billion a year from $6.3 billion in 2016.
Flutter has been struggling to find ways to sustain its growth.
But in 2018, the company said it would be investing $30 million in a new office to expand its operations.
It also said it had agreed to hire an executive to help with the new headquarters.
The job posting was available online Friday, and a company spokesperson said the job would be the company’s first outside of the United States.
“We’ve hired a highly skilled executive to lead a strategic transition, and we’re committed to creating a strong, competitive and rewarding environment for our team members,” said Katie Neely, Flutter’s chief operating officer, in a statement.
“As we enter a new era of growth, we look forward to partnering with our employees to deliver an exceptional experience that aligns with our company’s vision.”
Flutter also announced the hiring of a new chief operating office, a senior VP and a CEO, as well as the hiring in 2018 of a vice president and a CFO.
“This strategic change will allow us to continue to focus on building Flutter into a globally recognized entertainment company with the ability to deliver innovative and creative experiences for consumers across the globe,” Neely said.
“I want to thank the thousands of employees who have helped Flutter to grow and prosper, and I wish them the best in their future endeavors.”
The company also said its headquarters will now be called the Flutter Headquarters, and the company will be a “unicorn” in the United Kingdom.
Flutters parent company, EMC, announced the change on Friday.
“Our goal is to build an entirely new global headquarters that is the envy of every other company in the world,” CEO Mike O’Connor said in a company statement.
Flutter Entertainment CEO Mike Roper says the new office will include offices in the U.K., U.S. and Europe.
“We will work closely with the EMC family to ensure the best possible environment for Flutter, our employees and our business, and this move is an opportunity to create the most appropriate and aligned environment for us to grow,” Roper said in the statement.