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Posted on: July 23, 2013

MarketSphere plans move to Kansas

MarketSphere, a business advisory firm focusing on process, technology and organizational improvement, has announced that it will relocate its Kansas City offices to Overland Park. The office relocation will be effective October 1.

“We are excitedly optimistic about our move to Kansas,” said MarketSphere CEO Steve Sestak. “With a business climate that encourages innovation and growth and a standard of living that consistently ranks among the top in the nation, Overland Park is a natural fit for our firm.”

MarketSphere will bring more than 60 employees to its new location at 40 Corporate Woods. The company also anticipates creating 25 additional jobs in Overland Park during the next five years.

“I’m excited that MarketSphere has chosen our state as its new home,” Kansas Commerce Secretary Pat George said. “The company has established a tradition of success that will make it a valuable asset to Kansas as we continue to strengthen our economy and business environment.”

“It’s an honor that the strategic business-friendly initiatives undertaken by the state and the outstanding national reputation of Overland Park help keep a company in metropolitan Kansas City rather than it moving operations elsewhere,” said Mayor Carl Gerlach. “MarketSphere has a well-established presence in the U.S. markets it serves, and we are pleased that they will call Overland Park home.”

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