Software Design Firm, Vectorform, Invests $2.24 Million To Expand Its Royal Oak, Michigan, Office Campus
Area Development Online News Desk (12/20/2013)
Software design firm, Vectorform, will invest $2.24 million to expand its office facility by relocating to the Barnes and Noble building in Royal Oak, Michigan, with plans to add up to 75 new jobs.
“As we continue our rapid expansion, our leading plan is to keep our global headquarters in Royal Oak, Michigan by moving our facility into the downtown area,” said Vectorform co-founder and CEO Jason Vazzano. “Our goal is to build a world-class facility that provides a revolutionary work environment and attract top talent prospects from around the world.”
“Vectorform is a leading software design firm and its commitment to Michigan will bring additional good-paying jobs here for years to come,” said MEDC President and CEO Michael A. Finney. “Vectorform’s decision to expand in Michigan demonstrates our state’s strong advantages as a great place to do business.”
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation said the firm was awarded a $375,000 Michigan Business Development Program incentive. In addition, the City of Royal Oak plans to offer support to the project in the form of public parking permits issued to the company’s employees.