Downtown Dallas lands another office move
Another business is trading its offices in North Dallas for new digs downtown.
Law firm Harper Bates & Champion has moved into the Comerica Bank Tower on Main Street.
Harper Bates & Champion since its founding in 2015 had been in the Premier Place tower on North Central Expressway near SMU.
The legal firm leased 8,900 square feet in Comerica Bank Tower.
Another California company is moving its headquarters to the Dallas area. And this time, it’s one at the intersection of the technology and automotive industries.
DealerSocket is relocating its home base to Irving from San Clemente, California, in Orange County, according to CEO Sejal Pietrzak. The software company, which helps auto dealerships manage customer relationships and transactions, has roughly 1,000 employees overall.
The Dallas area provides some key advantages, including a talented work force, a business-friendly environment and a central location for reaching customers, she said. The moves comes after DealerSocket made three acquisitions in the North Texas area in 2015.
“It’s a great place to live and to work,” Pietrzak said. “It’s a great place to have our headquarters.”
A Memphis-based public company may have its sights set on a headquarters relocation to Dallas, the business's job postings indicate.
Fred’s Inc., a general merchandise and pharmacy chain, currently has job postings on its website and on its LinkedIn for a variety of positions, including director of human resources, corporate; digital marketing manager; vice president of loss prevention; and executive administrative assistant.
The location listed for all of those jobs: Dallas.
If the company moves to Dallas, it would join a wave of corporate relocations to North Texas. At last count from the Dallas Regional Chamber, North Texas has attracted more than 120 headquarters in the last eight years.
Direct-selling company Thirty-One Gifts will move its national distribution center from Central Ohio to Flower Mound, bringing several hundred jobs and becoming the North Texas suburb's second-largest employer.
Tnexster wrote:How many employees would that be? Any indication?
With new Irving campus, health care giant McKesson looks to add almost 1,000 employees
...McKesson’s new campus has capacity for about 2,400 people.
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