eGroup Expands Charleston County, South Carolina, Headquarters
Along with its existing headquarters located at 482 Wando Park Boulevard in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, the new facility will allow eGroup to create a space to further grow its professional and managed services teams. Construction on the new facility is expected to be completed in fall 2020.
As an incentive, the Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to the project.
"From our Charleston County-based campus, eGroup will be providing the IT solutions required by the world's leading organizations to fulfill their digital transformation and hybrid cloud journeys. Charleston County offers the right blend of business advantages and quality of life for our people, and for close to 20 years, eGroup has been proud to be a leader and contributor within our community.
As we've grown together over the years, both eGroup and Charleston County have emerged as tech destinations for the 21st century. We like where we're headed, we're proud of our shared heritage and we're committed to do our part in continuing to create that future success,” said eGroup CEO Mike Carter.
"South Carolina is on the cutting edge of the technology industry, and with companies like eGroup investing and growing in our state, that trend will only continue. I congratulate this innovative company and wish them continued success,” said Governor Henry McMaster.
"We congratulate eGroup on this latest expansion, which adds to the ongoing success they've experienced in South Carolina. This innovative company has been a longtime partner of Team South Carolina, and we look forward to seeing them thrive for years to come.” Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt added.
"eGroup is an example of the success businesses can find in Charleston County, utilizing our region's brightest talent and benefiting from the established infrastructure for high-tech companies. Our Business Concierge team has built a strong relationship with eGroup, and we proudly congratulate them on their expansion announcement,” Charleston County Economic Development Executive Director Steve Dykes noted.
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