Thnks Relocates Headquarters to Williamson County, Tennessee
Thnks provides a digital platform that enables enterprise teams to send gestures of appreciation that strengthen their business relationships and drive revenue growth. Users can send a Thnks, such as coffee for a busy week, a rideshare on a rainy day or chicken soup for someone under-the-weather, to shorten sales cycles, improve client relationships and engage employees. A Thnks can be sent instantly via SMS or email. The platform provides analytics, reporting and control features to ensure compliance with company policies as well as industry-specific regulations.
“We’re excited to partner with Williamson County and the State of Tennessee for this chapter in our growth. Thnks’ mission fits seamlessly with Tennessee’s gracious and hardworking culture. With the combination of talent and business environment, we couldn’t have found a better location for our headquarters,” Brendan Kamm, Thnks co-founder and CEO said.
“We chose Tennessee and Williamson County over several other excellent locations. Our Board believes that this site selection will meaningfully aid Thnks in reaching its growth targets,” said Lawrence Rubin, Thnks founder and executive chairman.
Thnks, a Loeb Enterprises portfolio company, intends to hire positions across engineering, customer support, sales, marketing and administration at its Williamson County based headquarters in the following months.
“We’re known for our hospitality here in Tennessee, so I’m proud to welcome a company like Thnks to the Volunteer State. Thnks is a unique business with a mission to spread goodwill and gratitude in the workplace, and I look forward to a long-lasting partnership as the company grows its headquarters in Williamson County,” said Governor Bill Lee. “As TNECD recruits new jobs and industries, tech companies like Thnks are high on our target list. Thnks’ creation of 50 coveted, well-paying tech headquarters jobs in Williamson County is yet another indication of Tennessee’s strong business environment and job creation momentum,” TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe noted.
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