he company employs 300 people globally, with 170 engineering, game design, customer service, marketing, and finance professionals located at the Duluth headquarters.
The company anticipates having 30-40 new jobs hired over the next year with plans for continued growth in the coming years.
“Gwinnett and the metro Atlanta region foster an excellent business environment and highly talented local workforce needed to support our business growth over the next few years,” said Gene Chayevsky, Chairman and CEO of Cadillac Jack. “We are excited to demonstrate how we use cutting edge technology to produce high quality entertainment and look forward to working with our community leaders to strengthen the gaming and technology sectors in metro Atlanta.”
As part of the ribbon cutting ceremony, Cadillac Jack welcomed local and state officials and business leaders to its headquarters to learn more about the company and its offerings.
“Gwinnett County maintains a strong foundation in the technology industry,” said Shirley Lasseter, Vice Chair, Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners. “Cadillac Jack’s choice to remain and expand in our community is a strong testament to the pro-business environment we have to offer and we are excited to see them growing in our community and enhancing Gwinnett’s technology industry even further.”
Nicole Wright, technology business development manager for the Gwinnett Chamber added, “From the development of new technology to offering high-wage job opportunities for the qualified workforce in Gwinnett, Cadillac Jack truly brings a solid package of economic strength to the table and we are thrilled to have them growing in Gwinnett and Metro Atlanta.”