Posted on August 23, 2021 in Uncategorized,
An out-of-state tech firm will open a new office in Orlando with 630 jobs after being approved on Aug. 23 for economic incentives.
City of Orlando commissioners approved up to $1.1 million in incentives to coax background check software company Checkr Inc. to the region. Checkr, with dual headquarters in Denver and San Francisco, plans to open a sizable local office and create jobs, according to an incentive agreement between Checkr and the city. Checkr executives signed the agreement before the vote.
“This will bring great technical jobs to Orlando,” Mayor Buddy Dyer said during the meeting.