Abe's Market, an online marketplace for natural and organic goods, will take its corporate headquarters to Chicago. The company is relocating from Minneapolis to Chicago to improve its access to the area's workforce talent, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said the move could prove beneficial to the city and its residents. New job opportunities could become available for local residents, which might give a boost to the local economy. Meanwhile, Abe's Market will have a 3,400-square-foot space office space in a business-friendly city, which could help the company expand its clientele and profits.
"Abe's Market looks forward to joining Chicago's global business hub," Richard Demb, CEO and co-founder of Abe's Market, told the newspaper. "Chicago will provide us with the talent and support we need to be successful.
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