Corin Relocates Operations Center In Tampa, Florida
The wholly-owned division of the 34-year-old British medical device company, Corin Group, expects to create 100 high-wage jobs in marketing, operations, sales and other administrative roles by 2022.
“We are fortunate to have such strong growth, which has enabled rapid expansion of our staff and facilities,” said Paul Berman, President of Corin USA. “Tampa has been and will continue to be a corridor of technological and healthcare innovation, which creates a strong base for talent and collaborative partnerships with other adjacent industries.”
The Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Corporation assisted Corin USA with its real estate property search as well as connections to workforce training programs and expedited permitting services.
“Hillsborough County’s life sciences sector is booming,” said Dr. Ken Atwater, Chairman of the Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Corporation and President of Hillsborough Community College.
“The success that companies like Corin are enjoying is elevating our global reputation as an attractive location for others in this industry. Tampa offers Corin a highly skilled talent pool, close proximity to an exceptional international airport, and a business climate that supports their growth. We are proud to partner with Corin as they expand and thank them for bringing more great jobs to our community,” he added.
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