Millennium1 Solutions provides end-to-end business-to-business-to-consumer solutions for customers and clients. The Nova Scotia location has been in operation for 15 years and will create up to 150 new jobs over the next five years.
The company is the second largest employer in Bridgewater.
"Bridgewater takes a proactive approach to economic development, with a particular focus on partnering with businesses that keep young people in the area," said David Walker, mayor of Bridgewater. "Millennium1 Solutions has been a good partner, and we look forward to working with them for years to come."
Over a five-year period, the payroll impact of these jobs would be about $16.25 million, with a direct net tax benefit to the province of about $752,500. Millennium1 Solutions can earn up to $1,137,500 from the province in incentives, as they achieve hiring targets.
"Nova Scotia has a wealth of talented individuals and we're thrilled to be expanding our presence in the Nova Scotia business community," said Don Moffatt, CEO, Millennium1 Solutions. "Operating in Nova Scotia is a great choice for us and we look forward to growing our business within the Bridgewater community now and in the future."
Millennium1 Solutions is recruiting. To learn more, visit www.millennium1solutions.com/careers .
"NSBI worked with the community and the company to ensure their growth happened in Nova Scotia," said Ron Smith, interim CEO, Nova Scotia Business Inc. "This investment is about competing for jobs, offering new opportunities for careers in rural Nova Scotia and supporting a company as it continues to grow and expand its Nova Scotia operation."
Millennium1 Solutions employs more than 200 people in Bridgewater and has offices in Ontario and New Brunswick. The Bridgewater location will add positions delivering critical process solutions for large Canadian and multinational corporations in the financial services, government, retail and manufacturing sectors.