Brunswick call center growth hinges on federal bill

Brunswick call center growth hinges on federal bill

By Dylan Martin on March 20, 2013

BRUNSWICK — The former chief executive of Brunswick-based EnvisioNet plans to bring a call center with up to 100 jobs to Brunswick Landing by the end of May. But whether Brunswick remains as the company’s home base hinges on a bill currently before a U.S. Senate committee.

Heather Blease, now CEO of SaviLinx, said Tuesday that her business will be based mostly on government contracts. But current requirements of a law that cheap generic clomid online benefits government contractors may make it difficult for her business to grow in Brunswick.

“We’re trying to expand the definition of a HUBZone in a BRAC facility as not just the boundaries of the base, but expanding to include the community as well,” Blease said. “We have a limited number of housing units that are on the base, which is why I’m interested in having the law changed.”

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