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Axiom selects Blue Ash for its North American headquarters 
and plans to add 40 jobs

Axiom, a Bangalore, India-based global product development and innovation company, opened its North America operations in a small office in Blue Ash in 2009.  The company selected Blue Ash to be close to P&G, which is one of their large U.S.-based clients.

Since that time, Axiom North America has acquired many more clients. 

IWorkers putting the finishing touches on Axiom's North American headquarters in Blue Ashn addition, in less than five years, the company has grown from just a few employees to 47 and could no longer accommodate its workforce in its small office space.  According to Carol Turchick, Axiom's Director of Sales and Marketing, the company plans to hire more employees, so they began searching for a much larger office. 

"We found the perfect solution in Blue Ash," she stated.  "Our new office at 4370 Creek Road has 17,000 square feet of space, high ceilings, a café and lots of areas for collaboration and future growth."  The company will move into its new offices in early February.

Turchick said the space will bring the employees together under one roof so they can collaborate with each other as well as with clients and vendors. She added that there is also enough space for the 40 new mechanical engineers, project managers, packaging specialists, and other employees the company plans to hire over the next few years. 

When asked why Axiom selected Blue Ash to expand its North American headquarters, Turchick said, "Blue Ash is close to P&G, which is one of our core clients.  We can easily travel to other client locations across the country within a day or less.  We also find the City and its business community to be very supportive and wanted to remain close to Operation Give Back, a nonprofit organization that supports underserved youths in our community.

To learn more about Axiom, click here.

Photo:  Workers putting the finishing touches on Axiom's Noth American headquarters.
Newsletter Issue:  Winter 2014