OS National LLC headquarters in Duluth. SPECIAL PHOTO

Company’s expanded Gwinnett HQ will create 1,000 jobs, officials say

A title and escrow company plans to create more than 1,000 at its expanded national headquarters in Gwinnett County, officials announced Tuesday. 

Partnership Gwinnett and the Georgia Department of Economic Development announced said that OS National LLC plans to invest more than $15 million in its headquarters off Satellite Boulevard near Gwinnett Place Mall. 

“In selecting Gwinnett county for our national headquarters we believe we can support OS National’s explosive growth and strategic expansion efforts across the U.S.,” said Jamie Wunder, a managing partner with the company. “We recognize the county’s efforts providing businesses excellent options for growth and helping to grow a rich and diverse talent pool for the future.”

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OS National helps provide title insurance and escrow services  on residential and commercial transactions. It recently celebrated its sixth anniversary and currently has about 300 employees in Gwinnett, officials said. 

The company’s announced expansion is a bright spot for Gwinnett, which has rrcently seen a few high-profile businesses leave for more transit-friendly locations near Atlanta. The county rejected a referendum on joining MARTA last month.

Said Andrew Carnes, senior director of economic development for Partnership Gwinnett: “We are always happy to work with companies to establish a new location in Gwinnett, but when an existing Gwinnett business chooses to re-invest and bring more jobs to the local community, it speaks volumes to our strong business ecosystem and the available resources that a thriving business needs to succeed.”

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