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Global Technology Company Expands in Gwinnett, Creates 30 Jobs

nesevo, a networking solutions, IT services and logistics company, recently announced plans to expand its footprint in Gwinnett County. The organization is leasing a 13,000-square-foot facility in Norcross for manufacturing and office operations. 

The company plans to create 30 new jobs over the next five years and is working with Partnership Gwinnett on the expansion.

“Gwinnett County provides a diverse talent base to reflect our global presence, excellent access for international connection, and a very strong tech-industry foundation,” said Victor Handl, Country Manager and Director for nesevo U.S. 

“We are excited about the business growth potential available in metro Atlanta and the U.S. and want to thank Partnership Gwinnett and the community for their support,” he added.

An ISO 14001-certified corporation, nesevo values environmental stewardship and strives for green best practices in all its operations. 

It is headquartered in Austria with offices in China, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Hong Kong, Singapore and the U.S.

“Gwinnett congratulates nesevo on their expansion and success,” shared Gwinnett County Commission Chairwoman Nicole Love Hendrickson

“We appreciate their decision to grow with us here, in Gwinnett County, and thank them for their investment and contribution to our vibrantly connected and inclusive global community,” she continued.

Norcross Mayor Craig Newton added, “We welcome nesevo to Norcross and are excited to have them as a member of the strong and ever-growing technology industry here in Gwinnett.”

Partnership Gwinnett worked to retain and support the expansion of nesevo which was already operating out of a smaller location in unincorporated Duluth. 

The company selected a larger facility in Norcross and the Gateway 85 Community Improvement District (CID) that could better accommodate its growth plans.

“It is incredible to have nesevo in the Gateway85 CID,” said Executive Director Emory Morsberger. “Their investment supports our efforts to keep the district clean, safe, ever improving and welcoming to business professionals throughout the region.”

Madeline Lester, Existing Industry Project Manager for Partnership Gwinnett, added, “Roughly 80% of all job growth comes from a community’s existing industries. nesevo’s decision to expand in Gwinnett demonstrates the strength of Gwinnett’s pro-business climate and we look forward to watching them grow.”

For more information on nesevo, visit www.nesevo.com and follow them on these social media channels: Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.

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