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PhishLabs Relocates Headquarters In Charleston, South Carolina

A leading provider of cybersecurity services, PhishLabs is expanding its existing operations at a new headquarters facility in Charleston, South Carolina. To accommodate its continued growth, the company is expecting to create 45 new jobs over the next three years.

To expand, the company will be moving its corporate headquarters operations into a new, 25,000-square-foot facility at the Pacific Box and Crate development, located at 1501 King Street in Charleston. The facility will feature open green space, a coffee shop, a yoga studio and other work amenities.

“Our team shares a passion for fighting cybercrime. What we do is incredibly meaningful, and that’s what drives us forward. Our new headquarters provides a great environment where team members can work together, grow their talents and make the world a safer, better place, said PhishLabs Founder & CEO John LaCour.

“The key to continuing South Carolina’s economic growth is diversifying our industries, and PhishLabs’ latest expansion in Charleston County is another step in that direction. These 45 new tech sector jobs will make a big difference in the community, and I look forward to seeing PhishLabs continue to succeed here for years to come,” said Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.

"Our Business Concierge team has cultivated a strong connection with PhishLabs, and we proudly congratulate them on their expansion announcement. This is a noteworthy catch for the Pacific Box and Crate development,” Charleston County Economic Development Director Steve Dykes noted.

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