InvestiNet expanding its existing Greenville County operations
March 5, 2019
InvestiNet, a full-service account receivables management firm, today announced plans to expand its existing operations in Greenville County, South Carolina. The company’s expected $2.1 million investment is projected to create approximately 85 new jobs over a five-year period.
Founded in 2011, InvestiNet features an unmatched investigation and legal enforcement network to optimize clients’ credit receivables, offering risk mitigation, asset investigation and performance management. Striving to provide clients with customized, industry-leading recovery solutions for their inventory, InvestiNet’s focus on strategy and technology enables the company to quickly adapt to changing market conditions.
In addition, InvestiNet’s company culture focuses on volunteering and charity. As examples, in 2018, InvestiNet employees spent approximately 1,100 hours building a new training facility for Homes of Hope and also participated in Meals on Wheels meal delivery during employee lunch breaks.
The company plans to relocate its new office operations to 904 Pinckney Street in Greenville, S.C., and is projected to relocate there during 2019. As it grows, the company will be hiring for various new positions, and interested applicants should visit the company’s website for more information.
“InvestiNet appreciates the support of the State of South Carolina and Greenville County. We are excited for the opportunity to continue to expand in an area where we have deep roots and that provides a business-friendly and innovative environment, with a strong, local employee talent pool. On top of all of that, Greenville is a great place to live, work and play.” –Brice Smith, CEO & President of InvestiNet
“It’s exciting see such an innovative company like InvestiNet not just locate in South Carolina but grow and thrive here as well. This expansion announcement is a tremendous win for Greenville County, and it shows the world that South Carolina continues to be ‘Just right’ for office operations.” –Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt
“InvestiNet’s decision to expand operations in Greenville County underscores the advantages of our highly-skilled workers, dynamic and diverse community and concentration of wide-ranging business opportunities. The company is well-positioned to grow its market share, and we celebrate their success as members of our growing business community.” –Greenville County Council Chairman and Greenville Area Development Corporation Director H.G. “Butch” Kirven