KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A consulting firm that announced plans for a more than $1 million expansion of its Kansas City headquarters could have access to about $2.2 million in state incentives.
Gov. Jay Nixon announced Thursday that ECCO Select will invest more than $1 million to expand its Kansas City headquarters, adding 96 new information technology jobs. ECCO Select is an information technology and management consulting firm founded in Kansas City in 1995.
The state Department of Economic Development says ECCO could access up to $2.2 million in incentives through the Missouri Works program if it meets job creation and investment criteria.