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Thnks relocates headquarters to Franklin

Company to create 50 jobs in Williamson County

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Thnks, a B2B technology company, announced the opening of its new headquarters in Franklin. 

Relocating its corporate headquarters from Fifth Avenue in New York City to Third Avenue North in Franklin, Thnks expects to create 50 jobs over the next three years, with 15 local positions already filled. 

Thnks provides a digital platform that enables enterprise teams to send gestures of appreciation that strengthen their business relationships and drive revenue growth. Users can send a Thnks — such as coffee every day for a busy week, a rideshare on a rainy day or chicken soup for someone under the weather — to shorten sales cycles, improve client relationships and engage employees. 

A Thnks can be sent instantly via SMS or email. The platform provides analytics, reporting and control features to ensure compliance with company policies as well as industry-specific regulations. Thnks is built for broadly distributed sales organizations and works with over 1,500 teams. 

In partnership with the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, Thnks previously announced the intention to open a headquarters in Williamson County 

“We couldn’t be happier with our decision to relocate to Tennessee,” Brendan Kamm, co-founder and CEO, said. “The local talent we’ve added to the team have already made an impact. We’re excited to continue to build out the Thnks team in Williamson County and continue to utilize the exceptional talent of the greater Nashville area.”

“The opening of our headquarters in Franklin demonstrates Thnks’ commitment to bring value and opportunity to Williamson County,” Larry Rubin, co-founder and executive chairman, said. “The combination of people, values, and business environment in Williamson County provides the perfect place for Thnks to grow and succeed.”

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WCElvis

I wonder if they will move here and then tell us how we should be more like New York.

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