ExactTarget Alum Expanding Analytics Company

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The company was founded in 2011 and will move into a larger office in its current space on the city's far north side. The company was founded in 2011 and will move into a larger office in its current space on the city's far north side.

Indianapolis-based 250ok LLC is planning to add more than 50 jobs by 2021. The email marketing analytics provider, run by a former employee of ExactTarget, says it will invest nearly $1.6 million into its expansion. 250ok currently has 15 employees, most of which are in Indiana.

The company was founded in 2011 and has openings for marketing, technology, product and account management positions, which are expected to pay an average of more than double the average wage in the state.

The Indiana Economic Development Corp. has offered 250ok up to $1 million in conditional tax and training incentives.

Chief Executive Officer Greg Kraios says "as the son of an immigrant factory worker whose company nearly shipped their jobs to Mexico, I have a deeply personal mission to continue pushing our state into the future. Combining top-level talent, low operational overhead and financial support from the IEDC is a proven model for success, and 250ok is proud to be included in that movement."

The company's portfolio of services includes analytics for email deliverability, sender reputation, fraud protection and consumer engagement.

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