Harry's Expands Operations In New York City
The move and expansion is expected to create 188 new jobs over the next five years in technology, research and development, software engineering and more.
"We’re extremely humbled by the growth we’ve seen over the past four years," said Harry's co-Founder and co-CEO Andy Katz Mayfield. "This relocation symbolizes a major step in Harry’s journey. We’re thrilled to remain close to our roots, thankful for the support of the Excelsior Jobs Program, and we look forward to the continued expansion of our team under a new roof."
As an incentive to encourage Harry’s expansion, Empire State Development will provide the company $1.5 million in performance-based tax credits through the Excelsior Jobs Program.
"Harry’s has grown in leaps and bounds since its launch just four years ago, and by expanding its operations in New York, the company will continue to support hard-working New Yorkers with quality jobs," Governor Andrew Cuomo said. "A testament to the New York story of innovation, entrepreneurship, and creativity, this expansion project will support the company’s continued growth and success for years to come."
"New York State is a growing hub for companies ready to scale their business and bring innovation to established markets," said Empire State Development President, CEO, & Commissioner Howard Zemsky. "In four years, Harry's has grown from a startup into a household name, and Empire State Development is proud to support and be a part of their success in New York."
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