Invoca Hosts Ribbon Cutting of State Street Headquarters
Mayor Cathy Murillo helping the Invoca team cut the ribbon on their new office (Photo: Invoca)
By edhat staff
Local tech company Invoca hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony with Mayor Cathy Murillo of their new State Street Headquarters on Monday.
Invoca, an AI-powered call tracking and analytics company, debuted their larger office space at 419 State Street. Employees were on hand collecting and assembling items to be donated to the Santa Barbara Food Bank during the ceremony.
“We’re proud to be part of the thriving tech community in Santa Barbara, and remain committed to investing in recruiting and developing top talent in the area,” said Gregg Johnson, CEO of Invoca. “Moving our headquarters to State Street not only gives us significantly more space, but enables our employees to walk to great restaurants, shopping, and the beach. As a result, we hope to contribute to the revival of this area.”
The local company expanded into the bigger office space by hiring 57 additional employees last year with plans to add 200 more local jobs by 2021. Invoca was recently named a Best Place to Work for 2019 by Inc. Magazine for the second consecutive year, which underscores the company’s commitment to building a workplace culture that’s inclusive, supportive, and high-performing, and also provides industry leading employee benefits and perks.
“The City welcomes Invoca to their new downtown location where their employees can enjoy the amenities of downtown restaurants and shopping. We’re excited to watch their company expand as they bring good paying jobs that benefit our local economy overall,” said Cathy Murillo, Mayor of Santa Barbara.
For more information, visit www.invoca.com.