Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt is moving its headquarters to Boulder, the company announced Wednesday.
The company based in Quincy, Mass., already started the transition by relocating some employees to Boulder. The process is expected to be completed by early 2020.
Yasso’s approximately 9,000-square-foot headquarters at 1050 Walnut St. is being renovated, said Drew Harrington, Yasso co-founder and co-CEO.
“Boulder is a great community to build a team in and we thought Yasso could benefit from all that — so many talented people and skill sets that can help us grow during our next phase,” he said, explaining the move to Boulder.
The company plans to double its employees number of to more than 60 in the next few years, he said.
Harrington and Amanda Klane, co-founder and co-CEO, will be transitioning out of their roles to help the company hit $100 million revenue in 2019, and Yasso also will have a new CEO in Craig Shiesley and a new management team as part of the brand’s preparation for its next phase of growth, according to a news release.
The Boulder-based executive senior management team will be overseeing all aspects of our innovation, sales, marketing, finance and operations, Harrington said.
“We’re planning to hire new employees across a variety of departments and positions including operations, marketing, sales, and finance. We’ll be posting the job listings on the Yasso LinkedIn page,” he said.
Boulder’s ecosystem continues to attract companies to this community where they can find skilled talents, industry brokers and other service providers to take their businesses to the next level, he said.
“I can’t think of a better cultural fit for the downtown Boulder office market, we really think this group will feel right at home here. They were great to work with.” – Christian Smith, Broker/Principal with The Colorado Group, Inc
“Great to see another east coast natural food company move to Boulder and bring some more fun business folks to the town.” – Scott Crabtree, Broker Associate with The Colorado Group, Inc.