2017 is off to a great start, with key team additions including executive hire Ed Davis, Janeiro Digital’s COO/CFO, and Nahel Gandhi, our newest SVP and Managing Director. Keeping the momentum going, we’re thrilled to share that we have expanded into the Charlotte market with space at The Launch Factory, a new space in the General Dyestuff building. It was originally built in 1939 to support the textile industry and the building sits on part of the World War I Camp Greene site, not far from the Historic Dowd House.
“We are excited to continue to build both our business and technology teams in order to meet the demand for technology and service offerings,” says Jonathan Bingham, CEO of Janeiro Digital. “We chose Charlotte as a hub for its central location in the southeast. Charlotte is known for a wealth of incredible technical talent, many of whom have left big banks to work in more dynamic environments.”
The expanded Charlotte office comes in addition to growth at our headquarters in Boston and our midwest office in Chicago. Janeiro Digital’s Director of Technology, Matt Rossi, is based in Charlotte and we’ll be growing the team throughout the year. With this expansion, we’ll be filling roles across Business Development, UI/UX, Project Directors, Technical Architects, and Developers. We plan to quickly ramp up our teams to meet demand in the digital transformation of large enterprises.
To be a part of our growth story in Charlotte, Boston or Chicago, check out our job openings!
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