Interactive Marketing and Web Design agency relocates, adding 25 jobs
(GWINNETT- METRO ATLANTA) November 13, 2012- Red Clay Interactive, in partnership with Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development, announced the relocation and expansion of its agency to Buford, Gwinnett County. In yet another success story for Gwinnett, the expansion brings 25 new jobs to the community and is expected to create an additional 25 jobs over the next three years.
“Gwinnett’s strategic location within metro Atlanta and the Southeast enables us to better serve our growing client base throughout the U.S.,” stated Red Clay Interactive president & CEO Lance Compton. “Additionally, with a young, professional talent pool and access to new markets, Gwinnett provides the ideal environment for us to continue to build our business.”
“We welcome Red Clay Interactive to Gwinnett County, confident that its creative culture and approach to marketing innovation will flourish in our community,” stated Gwinnett County Commission Chairman Charlotte Nash. “This announcement represents just one of many recently that have added to Gwinnett’s growing technology industries.”
Founded in 2000, Red Clay Interactive offers award-winning digital marketing and design services to clients ranging from local businesses to international corporations across metro Atlanta and throughout the country. Through the integration of strategic marketing, creative design, and cutting edge technology, Red Clay Interactive works closely with their clients to grow their businesses. From developing Social Media campaigns to programming mobile apps, Red Clay employees are a diverse group of passionately creative and technically skilled out-of- the-box thinkers.
“Red Clay Interactive’s choice to relocate its expanding business to Gwinnett County speaks to the area’s advantageous location and support of the marketing and technology industries,” stated Bryan Kerlin, City Manager for Buford. “We are pleased to have Red Clay Interactive join our community and look forward to seeing its continued growth and success.”
Considered a target industry for Gwinnett County, Information and Technology Solutions has a large and increasing presence in the North metro Atlanta area. Working to recruit, retain, and support companies in this industry is the Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development team.
“With a growing reputation as a creative and technology hub for metro Atlanta, Gwinnett County continues to attract and retain innovative and emerging companies, such as Red Clay Interactive,” stated Nicole Wright, Project Manager of Information Technology Solutions for Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development and Partnership Gwinnett. “We are excited to have a company like Red Clay with creative and vibrant employees and owners, call Gwinnett home. Our team looks forward to continuing to attract high caliber companies like this one to stimulate our growing local ecosystem.”
For more information about Red Clay Interactive, please visit www.redclayinteractive.com.
For more information or to learn how to get involved in local economic development efforts, please visit www.gwinnetteconomicdevelopment.com.