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California headquarters relocation brings 41 jobs to Reno



edawn-8596925-81050544506-Transcripts.com a division of Private Eyes, Inc., and the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada are pleased to announce the California headquarters’ relocation to Reno to accommodate the company’s rapid growth.

4506-Transcripts’ decision to move to Reno came after considering several other site alternatives including Texas, Florida and Las Vegas. Reno is only a few hours from major California markets, yet provides the pro-business and quality of life balance necessary for most business owners. Private Eyes, the parent company, is headquartered in Walnut Creek, Calif.

“After an intense search, we are very excited to have chosen Reno, Nevada, as the location for 4506-Transcripts. You just can’t beat the winning combination of the location and high caliber people we found. We are very eager to settle in and keep growing!” stated Sandra James, president, regarding the expansion of her company.It is important to note that the community team that worked with 4506-Transcripts was alerted to their interest by Ron Boles, Dickson Reality.

“It is exciting to help companies like 4506-Transcripts understand the many advantages of doing business in the Reno-Sparks community,” said, Mike Kazmierski, CEO of EDAWN. “These smaller companies are a great fit for our region and 4506-Transcripts is also committed to engaging with the talent at UNR as they expand their operations here in Reno.”

The company provides back office support and is targeted as a key sector for economic diversification in Nevada. It plans to hire 41 new employees in customer service, where they will be working with technology in an office environment. The labor pool from the local university was a key factor in influencing the move. 18,000 students with superior skills in customer management and technology will provide an abundance of available talent.

The California headquarters’ move brings significant capital expenditures, corporate citizenship and an increased likelihood of investment in our community. They are following the trend of other California companies heading east for a healthier business climate.

The Nevada location opened early July and is now hiring. To apply for available positions please send resumes to [email protected].


EDAWN is a private, non-profit corporation founded by community leaders in 1982.¬†EDAWN works to recruit and expand quality companies that have a positive impact on the quality of life in Greater Reno-Sparks-Tahoe. In 2012 Nevada was named the No. 3 Most Business Friendly Tax Climate by the Tax Foundation and Reno was among the 50 “Best Places to Live” in BusinessWeek magazine. For more information, visit www.edawn.org.

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