Popular online retailer Zulily is planning to add about 900 jobs in central Ohio as part of new tax credit deal from the state.
The Seattle-based company says most of the positions at the new call center will be in customer service. The move is expected to generate $28 million by 2017. This comes in addition to Zulily’s existing facility in Obetz.
As part of a tax agreement, the Ohio Development Services Agency says the company will receive a 75%, 12-year tax credit in exchange for operating in Ohio for at least 15 years.
Zulily is an online store offering daily sales events on apparel, gear and other products for moms, babies and kids.