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Governor, Commerce Secretary welcome new N3 office to West Virginia

Wednesday, August 30 2017

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (Monday, August 28, 2017)—  The Atlanta-based company N3 announced the opening of a new office in Charleston today. The Charleston office is the first in West Virginia for the outsourced, integrated sales and marketing execution company.

“West Virginia is honored to be selected by N3 as the best location to expand its growing enterprise,” said Governor Jim Justice. “We welcome the good paying jobs the company will create, bringing support to West Virginia families and strengthening our communities.”

This win was made possible by state, local and civic organizations working in partnership. The West Virginia Development Office, Charleston Area Alliance, Kanawha County Commission and the West Virginia Regional Technology Park worked together to recruit N3 to the Mountain State.

 

“Our business climate and world-class workforce make West Virginia a great place for industries to invest and do business,” said West Virginia Commerce Secretary Woody Thrasher. “N3’s selection of West Virginia for its latest office is proof that West Virginia can compete globally.”

In addition to its Atlanta headquarters, N3 has offices in Bogota; Dublin; Fargo; Fort Lauderdale; London; San Jose, Costa Rica; Sao Paulo; Seattle; and Singapore. The company uses a framework of technology such as digital marketing and custom analytics to help companies accelerate sales, close business and generate revenue results.

N3’s Charleston office will be led by Vice President of Strategy & Operations Kenneth Boggs. Boggs previously held posts as program manager with aerospace and defense company Orbital ATK and Brigade Commander with the 11th Engineer Brigade, West Virginia National Guard. He continues to serve as a council member for the West Virginia Community & Technical College System and West Virginia Veterans Assistance Council.

For more information on West Virginia’s strategic advantages, business assistance programs and online database of available development sites and buildings, visit www.westvirginia.gov.

 

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