Grace Hill, Inc. bringing corporate headquarters to Greenville County

Greenville, S.C. March 15, 2018 — Grace Hill, Inc. is expanding its existing operations in Greenville County. The company will be locating its corporate headquarters in Greenville, S.C., creating 53 new jobs.

Grace Hill is a market leader in online training for the property management industry. The company offers a suite of training services that are available online, allowing property managers to train employees quickly to ensure compliance with rules and regulations, such as those imposed by the Fair Housing Act, the Occupational and Safety Health Administration and more. Today, Grace Hill serves more than 1,300 customers that manage approximately 6.2 million housing units.

The company’s new corporate headquarters will be located at 15 S. Main Street, Suite 500 in Greenville, S.C., allowing Grace Hill to expand its account management, software and courseware development teams, as well as its customer support team. Hiring should begin in the second quarter of 2018, and interested applicants should visit the company’s careers page online.

The Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to this project.

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“When we considered our final options for Grace Hill’s new corporate headquarters, Greenville was the clear winner. The area is easy to recruit talent in, beautiful and rewarding to live in and welcoming to new business. We couldn’t be more excited to expand our team and continue growing Grace Hill from Greenville.” –Grace Hill CEO Dru Armstrong

“We’re always proud when a company chooses to invest in South Carolina, but it’s truly special when it’s a firm, like Grace Hill, Inc., that has decided to locate its corporate headquarters here. I congratulate the company leadership and look forward to continuing this remarkable partnership.” –Gov. Henry McMaster

“A terrific win for our Upstate community, today we celebrate Grace Hill, Inc. for deciding to expand in Greenville County. This announcement proves that South Carolina truly is an ideal business destination for companies of all types.” –Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt

“We are very excited to welcome Grace Hill to our headquarters and office community in downtown Greenville. Grace Hill’s decision to locate in downtown underscores the many advantages Greenville offers for corporate headquarters in the vibrant and exciting city center. The county and city are working closely together to attract more headquarters and offices into all of our urban areas, where there is plenty of opportunity for business growth.” –Greenville County Council Chairman H.G. “Butch” Kirven Jr.

“When a best-in-class company makes a decision to invest, it is vital that they have a community that supports them. Accordingly, Grace Hill’s announcement that its next phase of expansion will take place in the city of Greenville clearly demonstrates that our planning and development efforts are leading to more economic development opportunities. We are proud that Grace Hill will soon call Greenville home.”  –City of Greenville Mayor Knox White

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The Greenville Area Development Corporation is a non-profit organization established by Greenville County Council to promote and enhance the economic growth and development of Greenville County. Since its founding in 2001, GADC efforts have resulted in the creation of more than 23,000 new jobs and more than $4 billion in capital investment in Greenville County, SC. To learn more, visit www.goGADC.com or call (864) 235-2008.


MEDIA CONTACT:

Tavia C. M. Gaddy, Project Manager
Greenville Area Development Corporation
864.235.2008
tgaddy@greenvillecounty.org
www.gogadc.com
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