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Lawrence & Schiller TeleServices Plans Operations Center In North Sioux City, South Dakota

Lawrence & Schiller TeleServices, a domestic-based Call Center specializing in inbound, outbound, lead generation, market research and email management, plans to open a 4,000 square foot, operations center in North Sioux City, South Dakota.

Through continued growth with current partners, and new business opportunities, the expansion of a second center was deemed necessary to accommodate the company’s continued growth, Governor Dennis Daugaard’s Office said.

“Over the past 28 years, our partners from around the United States have seen the value in utilizing our team for their customer service needs,” said L&S TeleServices Chief Sales and Marketing Officer Joel Sylvester. “The second location will make sure we are large enough to meet all of our clients’ needs, but small enough to give them the custom interaction that they deserve. As we grow into this new market, we are excited to invest in the future of the North Sioux City community.”

“We are delighted that Lawrence & Schiller TeleServices has chosen to expand into North Sioux City and join our ever-growing business community,” said Kory Menken, executive Director, North Sioux City Economic Development Corporation. “L&S has an outstanding reputation for providing top-notch service and products. We look forward to partnering with them as they launch and grow their North Sioux City operation.”

“It’s encouraging when a company is able to invest and grow within our state’s borders, and a testament to South Dakota’s stellar business climate. Lawrence & Schiller TeleServices is a reputable company that has been creating jobs in Sioux Falls for years and I’m pleased to hear they will be adding 50 full-time jobs in North Sioux City,” said Governor Dennis Daugaard.

After looking at seven different communities throughout South Dakota, the company decided on North Sioux City because of the hiring opportunities in the community and a “turn-key” space, the Governor’s Office of Economic Development said. L&S TeleServices expects to fill 50-100 positions this summer, with opportunity to grow beyond that.


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