RENO, Nev. (Apr. 28, 2016)Samba TV, today announced the opening of a new facility in Incline Village, Nevada with plans to bring up to thirty jobs to Northern Nevada.  The company will receive business incentives that were approved by the State of Nevada in March.

Samba’s office opening will help the company expand operations as it looks to accommodate rapid growth to expand its capabilities in real-time TV analytics. At the same time, Samba TV is moving its datacenter to a state of the art facility at Supernap in Las Vegas to take advantage of the favorable business climate in Nevada and desirable, natural disaster-free geography.

Ashwin Navin, President and CEO of Samba TV remarked, “With an attractive cost of living, world-class infrastructure and easy access to all the key markets across the country, Northern Nevada gives us an ideal place for key employees to be based and to attract new hires. We look forward to being a part of the business community in a State that provides a great platform for growth companies.” (Click here for more details and Samba TV press release.)

“Samba TV’s expansion to Incline Village is exciting and a confirmation that this is a great place for business and is among a rising trend of technology companies moving to the region,” said Mike Kazmierski, President and CEO of EDAWN. “Northern Nevada provides an opportunity for companies like Samba to grow their business while enjoying a quality of life that is truly unique,” he said.

This announcement was made at EDAWN’s Investor Luncheon held at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa and included keynote speaker Dennis Donovan, site selection expert to discuss Northern Nevada region’s economic development opportunities, recommendations and challenges.

About EDAWN:
The Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada is a private/ public partnership established in 1983 committed to adding quality jobs to the region by recruiting new companies, supporting the success of existing companies, and assisting newly forming companies, to diversify the economy and have a positive impact on the quality of life in Greater Reno-Sparks.

Norma Yamaji
EDAWN, Associate Business Development