More than 270 jobs are coming to Greenville County with the opening of a new Morley customer service center.
The new facility, located at 400 Brookfield Parkway in Greenville, is projected to develop $1.7 million of new investment.
“Morley is excited to join the Upstate community by opening our new customer contact center in Greenville County,” Paul Furlo, Morley president and CEO, said. “We are overwhelmed by the gracious welcome that we have received from this vibrant community and look forward to actively supporting our shared prosperity.”
The award-winning customer service company was founded in 1863 and has built a portfolio of Fortune 500 companies from a variety of sectors. Morley’s services and solutions focus on Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), Meetings & Incentives, and Exhibits & Displays.
“We’re excited to welcome Morley to the South Carolina family and celebrate its decision to do business in our state,” Gov. Nikki Haley said. “With this investment and the 270 new jobs it means for the Upstate, Morley is making an important commitment to our state and its people, and we look forward to watching it succeed and grow here for many years to come.”
Hiring for the new 25,000 square-foot facility is expected to begin immediately. Applicants can learn more about the positions and apply on the company’s website, www.morleyjob.com.
“I am thrilled Morley has chosen Greenville County to locate its new operations and create hundreds of tech-related jobs,” Greenville County Council Chairman Dr. Bob Taylor said. “With a diverse and vibrant business community, Greenville continues to be a strong business choice, and we welcome Morley as our newest corporate citizen.”
Job development credits were granted by the Coordinating Council for Economic Development for this project.
“South Carolina is an ideal destination for business where we make every effort to cultivate an exceptional business climate, and today’s announcement by Morley is a testament to that,” Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt said. “Congratulations to the company on deciding to invest in Greenville County, and we anticipate great things from their new operation.”