Release date: 6/11/2014

Memphis, Tenn.--Today at a press event at the Conduit Global Memphis office at 7000 Goodlett Farms Parkway, business and public officials celebrated the grand opening of the new call center and back office support facility with a ribbon cutting. 

“Conduit Global’s goal was to find a place where we could tap into a talented workforce, and we found that in Memphis,” Bryce Hayes, President of Conduit Global, said. “We could not be more pleased with our new hires and appreciate the support from the local business community and elected officials in connecting us to them.”

The company has hired 130 people so far and has plans to hire up to 1,000 in the next several years. Conduit Global has a number of open roles that they are in the process of hiring, including agents and support staff. Those interested in applying should visit

“This company is providing good paying jobs to Memphians which is what the Chamber is always looking for when we recruit companies,” said Mark Herbison, Senior Vice President, Economic Development, Greater Memphis Chamber. “Conduit Global helps to further diversify industry in Memphis and the types of jobs available to everyone from new graduates to experienced employees.” 

Conduit Global is one of the world’s largest independent, fully-integrated BPO companies with expertise in multi-channel contact center and back office solutions. They have a global footprint with 14 locations in nine countries.  

“The State of Tennessee is proud to have an international company like Conduit Global added to our state’s strong business services sector,” said Gwyn Fisher, Greater Memphis regional director of the Tennessee Department of Economic & Community Development. “A top state for doing business, Tennessee’s momentum will continue to rise as more jobs and capital investment are attracted here.” 

 “By working together, we have become successful at connecting Memphians to jobs like those at Conduit Global,” said Mayor A C Wharton, Jr., Mayor of Memphis. “Memphis is a stronger city due to the public-private partnerships it takes to bring prosperity to everyone.” 

“We appreciate Conduit Global’s commitment to strengthen our community.  Their efforts are vital to the growth and success of Shelby County’s business landscape,” said Shelby County Mayor Mark H. Luttrell, Jr.

The Chamber staff worked closely with the State of Tennessee, the Economic Development Growth Engine, the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, Tennessee Valley Authority, Memphis Light, Gas & Water, the Workforce Investment Network and Newmark Grubb Knight Frank out of Pennsylvania for this project.  The Customer Care facility occupies approximately 25,000 square feet with an option to expand in the future. 

The Greater Memphis Chamber is the lead economic development agency for Memphis/Shelby County, and is a private, non-profit, membership-driven organization comprised of 2,300 business enterprises, civic organizations, educational institutions and individuals.


Christina Meek
Director of Communications
Greater Memphis Chamber