Scottsdale, Arizona – (The Hosting News) – March 2, 2009 – Web hosting domain registrar provider, Go Daddy, is hiring people and expanding its office space, to keep pace with its growing business, despite the struggling economy.
Go Daddy officially dedicated a new wing of its Scottsdale facility with an ‘expansion party’ attended by local government officials and Go Daddy employees.
In just the first few weeks of this year, GoDaddy.com – the world’s dominant Web hosting domain registrar – has set company records for new customers and new orders.
Go Daddy is hiring people to keep up with customer demands and has already made more than 100 hires this year, expanding its customer care division, along with other areas of the company such as legal, accounting, marketing and development.
Go Daddy is one of America’s fastest growing companies. To accommodate the growth, Go Daddy has expanded its office space with an additional 21,000-square-foot facility in Scottsdale, Ariz., taking over yet another wing of the Science and Technology complex located north of the Scottsdale Airpark.
Scottsdale Mayor W.J. ”Jim” Lane and several other community and business leaders joined Go Daddy President and Chief Operating Officer Warren Adelman, along with Go Daddy employees, for a ribbon cutting. The ceremony was not your typical event. The ‘ceremony’ had that GoDaddy-esque touch, including the company’s original ‘Go Daddy Girl’ Candice Michelle wearing her legendary tank top and signing autographs. Candice also spun the prize wheel and rewarded top employees with cash prizes and mortgages paid for an entire year.
Mayor Lane commented, ”Go Daddy is not only a fun company for its employees, it