The city says that Spash brings the number of tech companies located downtown to 274, a giant leap from the 86 that were there just five years ago. "We’re continuing to see technology companies move into the Downtown area," says Christine Mackay, director, Phoenix Community and Economic Development. "This cluster of tech businesses is creating a large workforce that likes the accessibility and amenities downtown, the transit options, and the growing innovation ecosystem of similar companies."
The company will be taking space at the Society Workplace on North First Avenue. This is Splash's first satellite office and they will start with six workers as they look to expand to 30 hires if the business climate is good.
"An emerging tech and digital marketing platform enterprise, Splash's entrance into the Greater Phoenix market further emphasizes the draw to the market's availability of talent and livability that is attracting more and more of these companies,"
- Chris Camacho, president & CEO of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council.
The company says that where they differ from other consumer event management applications is in the deep data generated for users.
core group in Phoenix will be sharing and living the Splash culture.
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