Mercom Corporation investing $6 Million, creating 152 jobs in Pawleys Island

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Mercom, a South Carolina-based technology firm, is expanding its existing operations in Georgetown County. By investing nearly $6 million, the company is expected to create 152 new jobs over the next five years.

To expand operations in Georgetown County, the company is constructing a new 20,000-square-foot building across the street from its existing complex, which is located at 313 Commerce Drive in Pawleys Island, S.C.

With construction on the new facility currently ongoing, hiring for the new positions is already underway. Check for Mercom Corporation jobs here.

“Mercom is a leading firm in the information technology sector and is a great example of a company that is diversifying the Georgetown County economic base as it continues to grow and prosper. Our quality of life along with our shared vision for the direction of the county played significant roles in the company’s decision to build its corporate headquarters here and serve as the anchor for our new technology campus,” said Brian Tucker, Georgetown County Economic Development Director.

“We are thrilled to expand our headquarters in Georgetown County and are committed to continued collaboration with county leaders, education, and workforce development.  As our federal customers continue to transition and upgrade their IT enterprises and deal with cybersecurity concerns, Mercom’s multibillion dollar ceiling contracts allow them to procure those solutions through Mercom and fuel our growth for years to come,” said Stella Mercado, President/CEO of Mercom.

Established in 2000, Mercom Corporation is certified by the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) as a Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), Economically Disadvantaged/Woman Owned Small Business (ED/WOSB), and Minority Business Enterprise (MBE). In addition, Mercom has a federal office in Fairfax, VA and satellite offices in Charleston, SC, Durham, NC, and Virginia Beach, VA.

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