Proximus Mobility will move its headquarters and development operations to Atlanta from Naples, Fla., creating 100 jobs over three years, the governor’s office announced today.
Proximus Mobility works with retailers, hotels, advertising agencies and others to provide localized digital content to consumers’ mobile phones, the governor’s office said.
“Proximus Mobility’s decision to choose Georgia for its headquarters is a great credit to our state’s established infrastructure for high-tech companies that provides them with access to intellectual capital and some of the nation’s brightest talent for this industry,” Gov. Nathan Deal said in a statement.
Proximus CEO Michael Zeto said in a statement that Atlanta offers “the opportunity to be located near potential clients and partners like Delta Air Lines, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, CNN, Coca-Cola, The Home Depot and NCR, and have access to experienced wireless and mobile software development talent. These assets, along with overall lower costs of doing business in the state, helped make it a clear choice for us.”
The company will be located in Technology Square in Midtown.