The virtual waiting room services provider, which is headquartered in Copenhagen, said the opening of the Minnesota hub in June will help it to support and prepare for the “next stage” of global growth.
In a blog update, Niels Henrik Sodemann, chief executive and co-founder, said: “It almost goes without saying that the US is an obvious step in Queue-it’s evolution and continued growth.
“We will start by bringing additional technical engagement, business development, and sales team members on board. We are excited to get to know the talent in the market, so if you are interested in joining our US organisation, check our Careers page.”
In announcing the Minneapolis news, Sodemann confirmed that the company’s headquarters would remain in Denmark. He also gave five key reasons why Queue-it has decided to launch in the US at this point.
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