Nuvi’s grand opening follows a familiar pattern for Utah-based companies, with Entrata and Pluralsight also upgrading facilities within the past month.
Here’s a general rule of thumb I’ve always believed in: if your company moves into giant headquarters, your company is doing rather well.
Using this rule as the ironclad standard of truth that it is, we can then deduce that Nuvi — who moved today into brand-new 45,000 square-foot headquarters in Lehi — is doing rather well.
There was a gaggle of people on hand to celebrate the opening, eat free food, and cut ribbons with giant scissors, including Lehi Mayor Bert Wilson, Lehi Chamber CEO Mark Welcker, Nuvi Chairman Keith Nellesen, and Nuvi CEO Cameron Jensen.
Nuvi’s platform tracks every social media metric known to humankind, giving real-time insights into things like why nobody liked your last tweet or how you keep losing friends on Facebook. The layout is sleek, the visualization sleeker, if you don’t believe me then drop by Nuvi’s headquarters and take a look at their Social Media Command Center, where you can gaze for days at HD screens displaying the world’s social media truth.
Nuvi’s grand opening follows a familiar pattern for Utah-based companies, with Entrata and Pluralsight also upgrading facilities within the past month. I’m going to assume that Beehive Startups will most likely be moving into a monstrous Thanksgiving Point building soon, you will all be invited when that goes into effect.
(Photos for this article provided courtesy of Nuvi)