MD7 Relocates-Establishes Allen, Texas, Headquarters
A Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) grant of $773,000 has been extended to MD7, which includes a $10,000 Veteran Created Job Bonus.
"We are excited to join the community of future-focused technology services companies in Texas as we open this important new location and continue to expand globally," said Michael Gianni, CEO of MD7. "We believe the friendly business climate and exceptional work environment for our team members will be a competitive advantage as we continue to grow to serve our customers. We are grateful for the tremendous support and incredibly welcoming approach we have received from the State and the Allen community."
MD7 is a mobile infrastructure consultancy helping operators build a more connected world.
"I am proud to welcome MD7’s headquarters to North Texas and excited for the job opportunities created through this project for veterans and other hardworking Texans," said Governor Greg Abbott. "The relocation of their headquarters will have a positive impact not only on the City of Allen, but the entire state of Texas. MD7 will join an already thriving tech and telecommunications industry in the Lone Star State, and I look forward to the opportunity and prosperity that is to come through their relocation to Texas."
"MD7 evaluated numerous cities around the country," said Dan Bowman, Executive Director of Allen Economic Development Corporation. "Workforce, top-tier schools, and the amenity-rich One Bethany at Watters Creek made Allen a natural fit for this innovative company."
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