CognitiveData planning to hire about 30 in 2010.
CognitiveData of Little Rock expects to hire up to 30 employees in 2010, which explains the announcement last week that it has moved to larger quarters in the River Market district of downtown Little Rock.
CognitiveData, which currently has about 100 employees, moved from west Little Rock to 11,000 SF of renovated space in the Museum of Discovery building at 500 President Clinton Blvd.
The data firm, which was acquired by Merkle Inc. earlier this year, said it expects to hire 30 new marketing and technology specialists in the coming year.
"Our new Little Rock office is a big advancement for CognitiveData," President and CEO Rod Ford said. "With our current emphasis on recruiting new technology and marketing specialists, we needed a centrally located office to attract the best people possible, and showcase our investment in Little Rock's commerce and community."
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|Date:||Dec 7, 2009|
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