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UXC to create 50 new jobs

Sydney-based ICT business UXC will create 50 new jobs in Hobart following a $1.7 million grant by the Tasmanian Government. Australia’s largest locally owned ICT company, UXC employs 12 people in Hobart at present. It considered regional NSW and overseas locations for a planned expansion, but was drawn to Hobart by the city’s 'IT-friendly environment’ and better government support. The Premier, Will Hodgman, said “To ensure UXC expanded into Hobart … the Government has agreed to provide $1.7 million over five years for a new customer support centre. The Department of State Growth is working with UXC to find appropriate office space, as well as exploring opportunities for a collaborative graduate employment program with UTAS.”

2 June 2015, Edition 161

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