Morley Plans Greenville, South Carolina, Customer Contact Center
“Morley is excited to join the Upstate community by opening our new customer contact center in Greenville County. We are overwhelmed by the gracious welcome that we have received from this vibrant community and look forward to actively supporting our shared prosperity,” said Morley President/CEO Paul Furlo.
As an incentive, The Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to this project. “We’re excited to welcome Morley to the South Carolina family and celebrate its decision to do business in our state. With this investment and the 270 new jobs it means for the Upstate, Morley is making an important commitment to our state and its people, and we look forward to watching it succeed and grow here for many years to come,” Governor Nikki Haley said.
“The City of Mauldin is extremely pleased to welcome Morley to our community along with their $1.7 million investment and the addition of 270 high-tech jobs. Our high quality of life, outstanding services and amenities, great schools and a strong Chamber of Commerce make Mauldin attractive to business and residents alike and we are committed to continual improvement,” City of Mauldin Mayor Dennis Raines.
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