SOURCE: SEO Inc.

SEO Inc.

July 15, 2015 12:44 ET

SEO Inc. Announces Relocation of Corporate Office, Expansion

CARLSBAD, CA--(Marketwired - Jul 15, 2015) - SEO Inc. is upgrading its office space to accommodate the company's rapidly increasing growth. The new office will be part of a Class A building located within a mile of the Palomar Airport in Carlsbad, California. The move will be commemorated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony by the Mayor of Carlsbad, local businesses and other members of city government.

Due to the company's rapid growth, SEO Inc. will be hiring new additions to its team of industry professionals. The new office will provide plenty of room for members to fulfill several key positions:

  • SEO Director
  • Web Developer
  • Digital Marketing Support positions
  • SEO Engineers

The new building features energy-saving windows, and SEO Inc. has installed cost-effective server room air units and smart thermostats for convenience and additional efficiency.

"We wanted to move into a space that reflects the positive, upward direction we're going as a company, as well as one that meets today's standards of eco-friendliness," says Garry Grant, founder and CEO of SEO Inc. "We are beyond excited to have found a new office that fits us so perfectly and encourages an open and collaborative team environment."

The move has also gained the attention of local city government. A ribbon-cutting ceremony led by Mayor Matt Hall will be held to celebrate the event and will be attended by members of City Council, members of the San Diego Chamber of Commerce, as well as local news teams and local businesses.

"We are absolutely honored to have this kind of recognition for this new stage in our business," says Grant. "SEO Inc. has greatly enjoyed working in the city of Carlsbad for a number of our 20-plus years. This new space will enable our company to grow, prosper and create even more jobs in the years to come."

SEO Inc.'s new office is located at 5841 Edison Place, Suite 140 Carlsbad, CA 92008.

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