The company is lined up to move to space in the Jefferson Building, according to Crain's Detroit Business. Previously, the company was in Southfield.
A source told the press the new space could hold about 40 employees, and that the company is looking to add several positions immediately with further growth down the road.
This is more good news for employment in Detroit.
According to the Manpower Outlook Survey, 24% of companies throughout Michigan plan to hire more employees from July to September. Only 4% expect to make staffing reductions during these months.