Wix.com Chooses Denver, Colorado, for Operations Center
"We have experienced immense growth as entrepreneurs, creators and businesses move and expand online. In order to continue to serve our over 170 million users and positively impact the success of millions of businesses and professional services, it is our top priority to provide best in class customer care and create a positive experience for them while using our service,” said Alon Mor, Vice President of Customer Care at Wix.
According to company officials, this new Denver office is the latest domestic addition to support explosive company growth. Position at the Denver will include more than 200 full-time Customer Care team members initially and will add corresponding functions including sales and account management with its continued growth.
“Denver has and continues to be an epicenter for technology, attracting talent that matches what we’re seeking for one of the most strategic groups in our company. We believe that in Denver we can build a strong team that will support our mission of helping millions of people achieve their business goals and build a professional digital presence," Mor added.
"Colorado has the perfect business climate, entrepreneurial spirit, resilient and skilled workforce to help support the company’s continued expansion. These new jobs will be a strong addition to Colorado’s rebounding economy and this Denver location will offer tremendous opportunity for continued growth,” said Governor Jared Polis.
Wix’s Denver location will join the company's over 3,200 employees across 15 other permanent office locations including headquarters in Israel, US offices in Miami, San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles and Phoenix, as well as offices in Ukraine, Lithuania, Ireland, Germany, Japan and Brazil.
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