Why would a big company move its headquarters from New York to Missouri, the answer is simple...

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According to FOX 2 Now, Door.com is moving its headquarters from New York to the St. Louis area of Missouri. Originally called Latch the company is changing its name to Door.com as they move to St. Louis, on the site, they say...

"...Jamie Siminoff, Latch’s Chief Strategy Officer and incoming CEO, said. “We found this great space and a great location, so it just kind of worked for us.” And if you didn’t know better, it might seem like Siminoff is just another entrepreneur, not the creator of the Ring Video Doorbell and incoming CEO of that New York company moving to St. Louis. Latch Inc. will soon be rebranded to Door.com and Door.com will be headquartered off of North Price Road beginning later this year."

But it isn't just about a great space and a great location that made Latch, now Door.com. move to St. Louis, the article goes on to mention that the CEO Siminoff believes in the local workforce of the area, to read more about this move, click here!

What a win for the city of St. Louis, while they may not be bringing THOUSANDS of jobs with them to the area, they are taking a big space, reusing it, and choosing St. Louis over other places. With states like Illinois, New York, and California continuing to lose businesses and people states like Missouri and cities like St. Louis need to steal them before they all just head to Florida, Georgia, and Texas...

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