May 26, 2013

GoDaddy Global Technology Center Breaks Ground in Tempe - Go Daddy

TEMPE, Ariz. (May 7, 2013) – GoDaddy, the Web’s top platform for small businesses, today with Governor Jan Brewer, and representatives from Arizona State University Research Park, Ryan Companies, the Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) and the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC), announced plans for a major Arizona expansion with an unusual groundbreaking for its GoDaddy Global Technology Center in Tempe. The ceremony featured the Governor and GoDaddy CEO Blake Irving "cementing" their footprints at the property as a representation of the tech giant's "expanding footprint" in the valley and around the world. Their footprints are destined for display in the new building.

The GoDaddy Global Technology Center is a planned two-story, 150,000 sq. ft. facility. It will provide a creative new space for 1,300 employees, including engineers, developers and customer care representatives. GoDaddy currently employs more than 3,400 people worldwide, with a significant portion of the personnel based in Arizona. GoDaddy's Tempe expansion creates 300 new jobs to start with room for further growth.

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