Mobile support platform company expanding in Blacksburg
A technology company is investing $200,000 to expand in downtown Blacksburg. The move is expected to create 40 jobs.
The Ozmo platform helps mobile providers and consumers solve software issues. The company’s customers include Verizon and TELUS.
“Ozmo is doubling down on its commitment to growing in downtown Blacksburg,” Ozmo CEO David Catalano said in a statement. “Our proximity to Virginia Tech provides us a unique advantage of access to top talent, while also being able to offer exceptional quality of life for our employees. We look forward to growing locally in order to support the increasing demand for our products worldwide.”
The company will receive consulting and funding from Virginia Economic Development Partnership’s Virginia Jobs Investment Program (VJIP). The initiative supports companies creating new jobs or experiencing technological change in order to support employee training activities.