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GREENVILLE, S.C.—Congratulations to ScanSource, Inc! The Womble Carlyle client recently announced plans to expand its Greenville headquarters—and add more than 100 high-paying jobs.
Currently, ScanSource employs around 650 workers at its Greenville corporate campus. The new expansion will convert 30,000 feet of warehouse space into additional office space to accommodate the company’s need for additional sales and support staff.
ScanSource is a fast-growing company that has expanded its Greenville headquarters five times in the past 10 years.
Womble Carlyle attorney Stephanie Yarbrough guided ScanSource through this economic development project, including helping the company secure state and local incentives, such as job development credits.
ScanSource is a leading global provider of technology products and solutions including point-of-sale (POS), barcode, physical security, 3D printing, voice, video and data networking solutions. As a distributor, ScanSource enables hundreds of manufacturers to scale the distribution of their products to thousands of technology resellers. These technology categories include barcode scanners commonly found in retail and industrial settings, telephone and videoconferencing systems used in the workplace, and video surveillance that protects businesses and schools. The company has 43 offices across North America, South America and Europe.
Stephanie Yarbrough is a Partner at Womble Carlyle, where she practices in the areas of tax and economic development incentive matters. A former Director of Economic Development for the City of Charleston, she has extensive experience negotiating and structuring state and local incentives to facilitate investments by domestic and international companies in South Carolina. She works with corporate headquarters projects, manufacturing projects, data centers, warehouse/distribution centers and technology companies.
Yarbrough co-authors the Womble Carlyle Economic Development Digest, a firm blog on economic news.