SCOTTSDALE, AZ - GoDaddy, a Scottsdale-based domain name company, announced Tuesday that the company will close its Denver office and offer relocation for 69 workers from that location, according to a report from the Phoenix Business Journal.
The Phoenix Business Journal reports that GoDaddy is expanding its Arizona operations, and the Denver office wasn’t a priority for the company anymore.
Employees were notified of the office closure two weeks ago and were told to apply for jobs at other GoDaddy locations, they said. The company would pay for relocation assistance if they find another GoDaddy job or severance pay if they don’t find another company role.
The company will finish building a Global Technology Center in Tempe this year, which will add 300 new jobs to the Valley, the Phoenix Business Journal says.
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