Jamba Inc. Relocates Headquarters-Operations To Frisco, Texas
“Companies like Jamba relocate to Texas because of our prosperous economic environment, skilled workforce and low cost of owning and operating a franchise. I am proud to welcome Jamba to Texas as they continue to grow their brand through franchises across Texas, the United States and the world.”
As an incentive, the Texas Enterprise Fund offered the firm a grant of $800,000 to attract it to The Lone Star State. According to the Governor’s Office, the Hall Office Park location will serve as headquarters for company’s operations, business development, sales and marketing, finance, supply chain, technology and human resources.
Jamba plans to employ more than 100 associates, including newly hired team members in Texas. The company’s newly designed headquarters will include a world-class test kitchen for product innovation, along with 25,000 square feet of office and collaboration space in a complex that is in LEED certified.
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