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User Interface User Experience (UiUx) Announces Expansion in Ketchum, Idaho

June 12, 2015View for printing

The company expects to add 88 jobs and $20.1 million to the local and state economy

Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter congratulated local officials and community leaders in Ketchum today on news that User Interface User Experience (UiUx-Solu) will expand its operations there. The company will lease office space in the Ketchum Innovation Center and is scheduled to begin operations by mid-summer.

"The direct benefit to UiUx-Solu of Idaho's Tax Reimbursement Incentive program and the support from the city were huge motivating factors in our decision to locate in Ketchum," said David Currier, CEO and a partner in UiUx. "But it was also the intangible of a balanced, outdoor-oriented lifestyle, and the confidence that we could attract and retain the best likeminded talent for all aspects of the business, that ultimately finalized our decision."

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