Marketing Software Provider Growing Indy Footprint

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Chicago-based Cheetah Digital has announced expansion plans that are expected to bring 100 new jobs to Indianapolis. The marketing software company says it will invest more than $2 million at its office in the Guaranty Building on Monument Circle over the next five years. Cheetah Digital spun off of Ireland-based Experian a year ago and it currently employs 50 in Indiana.

Chief Administration Officer Todd Richardson says "the Indianapolis tech community continues to grow, making it an ideal place for us to find strong enterprise tech talent. We're excited to continue building out our Product organization here, and are taking advantage of some of the strong associations in the city, such as Indy Women in Tech."

The company says demand has led to growth and it will be adding sales, customer support, software engineering and technical positions in Indianapolis. Cheetah Digital has more than 20 global offices, which employ some 1,500. The Indiana Economic Development Corp. has offered the company up to $2.5 million in conditional tax and training incentives and the city had approved up to $100,000 in training grants. You can connect to more about the expansion plans by clicking here.

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