capShire, a Commodity Trading Firm, Designates Tulsa, Oklahoma, Office Primary Site For Its Expansion
According to capSpire CEO Lance Laubach, the firm is committed to the Tulsa region's continued success as one of the leading energy and technology centers in the country. "Given our large base of current and potential clients in the Tulsa area, capSpire has designated our offices here to be a key hub for expansion, as well as a primary site of our software development efforts worldwide," Laubach said. "We look forward to offering a unique and highly dynamic work environment to the high-tech talent pool that exists in Tulsa."
Recruiting is already underway to fill a variety of open positions within the company's downtown Tulsa office, located at The McFarlin Building 11 E. 5th Street. "We are in the process of hiring qualified individuals to provide CTRM software development, consulting and support services here in Tulsa," Laubach said. "These new employees will serve some of the largest energy companies in the world."
Tulsa Metro Chamber President and CEO Mike Neal said: "We are thrilled that capSpire has experienced success in the Tulsa region and is expanding its workforce. I am very pleased to congratulate the entire capSpire organization on their continued growth in northeast Oklahoma."
As an incentive the company will be eligible for up to $4.77 Million in 21st Century Quality Jobs Program payroll tax rebates contingent upon meeting its quota of hiring 30 highly-paid employees. Details about the firm's investment in establishing an office was not immediately available.
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