Monday, June 04, 2012

Site Selection Group taking a diverse approach with advisory services

Site Selection Group, a Dallas-based commercial real estate advisory and economic incentive firm, is aiming
to be a $8 million to $10 million organization in the next three to five years.

King White, president of Site Selection Group, says the company will obtain its goal by bringing in new talent and launching new products.

In 1997, King was hired as one of the youngest principals at Trammell Crow Co. to build the company’s site-selection division.

He built on his experience in forming his own company and by 2006, White and partners Brett Bayduss and Sam Pruitt founded Site Selection Group.

The company was self-funded and started with four employees. Six years later, SSG has 20 employees with diverse qualifications.

Site Selection Group works on projects all over the world including, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe. White says the company engages in 70 to 80 projects a year, ranging from tenant representation projects to national searches for headquarters and call centers.

More here.

1 comment:

0s0-Pa said...

Sounds like some pretty ambitious, yet achievable goals. I wouldn't be surprised if they accomplish them, or come very close to it.
-Jack @ Site Selection