December 23, 2020
Thursday, December 17, 2015
MIAMI, Fla. – Showroom Logic consolidated operations and named Miami as its headquarters location over Texas. Showroom Logic has created 58 jobs for local families in the past two years, and currently employees 74 Floridians. Showroom Logic is a provider of digital marketing technology and services to automotive manufacturers and works directly with thousands of dealerships across the United States and Canada.
Governor Scott said, “We are proud to announce that Showroom Logic has named Miami for their headquarters over Texas and they have added 58 new jobs in Florida over the past two years. Job creators like Showroom Logic are taking note of our ongoing efforts to cut taxes and make Florida more competitive, and we will continue to do everything possible to overtake Texas to become first for job growth. I look forward to Showroom Logic’s continuing success in Florida.”
In addition to adding new jobs, Showroom Logic has more than doubled the size of its Miami office during the past two years to accommodate growth. Showroom Logic has twice made the Inc. 500 list as one of America’s fastest growing companies, ranking #26 in 2014 and #143 in 2015. It also topped Inc.’s list as the fastest growing company in Miami in 2015. In December 2015, Google named Showroom Logic the winner of a North America Premier SMB Partner Awards in the Highest Customer Satisfaction Category. In 2014, Showroom Logic was awarded Google’s prestigious Innovator Award for its dynamic landing page technology that improves advertising performance.
“Our headquarters in Miami, Florida is home for the majority of our team members,” says Neal Gann, Showroom Logic CEO. “Through partnerships with local universities such as FIU, we’ve been able to leverage South Florida’s great young talent and train them to become Google- and Bing-certified digital marketing experts.”
Representative Frank Artiles said, “58 new jobs for the Miami area is fantastic news. Showroom Logic is a great company taking advantage of the hard work we in the legislature and the Governor have done to cut taxes, reduce regulation, streamline permitting for businesses and create jobs so that companies can grow in Florida. I look forward to continuing to work to help companies like Showroom Logic grow and create jobs for the Miami area.”
Bill Johnson, President and CEO of Enterprise Florida, said, “Companies like Showroom Logic are showing why Florida is the best place to do business. With our outstanding business climate, talented workforce, world class infrastructure and pro-growth Governor, Florida is on track to be the global destination for jobs. I look forward to seeing Showroom Logic’s continued success.”
DEO Executive Director Jesse Panuccio said, “We want Florida to have the number one economy in the country, and that means we need to add high-wage, high-skill technology jobs. Showroom Logic’s growth in Florida is great news, and the Scott Administration will continue to champion the low-tax, pro-business policies that make expansions like these possible.”
“Showroom Logic’s growth of 58 new jobs demonstrates the fast-paced change we are seeing in the entrepreneurial/tech ecosystem in Miami-Dade,” said The Beacon Council President & CEO Larry K. Williams. “Working together with Enterprise Florida was key to retaining their existing 74 jobs and expanding this exciting company in Southwest Miami-Dade, a growing innovation hub that includes FIU, Miami Executive Airport, and the new West End District.”
Showroom Logic is an innovative digital marketing technology company driven by its proprietary AdLogic and ZipDriven platforms. With deep roots in the automotive industry, their technology has been built from the ground up and allows clients to drive market share through mobile, paid search, display and retargeting. Showroom Logic has premier status as a Google Adwords Premier SMB Partner and a Bing Authorized Reseller. Founded in 2009, Showroom Logic has grown to 120 employees and works with thousands of car dealers nationwide. For more information, visit http://www.showroomlogic.com.