Governor Northam Announces Vytal Studios to Establish Corporate Headquarters in Richmond, Creating 155 New Jobs
Custom training technology company to invest $6.8 million to relocate from Texas to Virginia
RICHMOND, VA (STL.News) Governor Ralph Northam today announced that Vytal Studios, a technology-based education and training content developer and producer, will invest $6.8 million to relocate its corporate headquarters from Austin, Texas to the City of Richmond. The company will renovate the facility at 1802 Semmes Avenue to include studio space for filming content and office space for development and post-production functions. Virginia successfully competed with Florida and North Carolina for the project, which will create 155 new jobs.
“With one of the largest skilled tech workforces in the nation, Virginia continues to attract creative, forward-thinking businesses like Vytal Studios,” said Governor Northam. “Central Virginia’s strong education system, talent pipeline, and quality of life have helped make our Commonwealth an epicenter of entrepreneurial activity and technology growth. We are thrilled to welcome Vytal Studios to the City of Richmond and thank this innovative company for bringing new jobs and opportunity to our capital city.”
Established in 2018, Vytal Studios is a technology company that builds and delivers custom employee and online training through immersive learning on a proprietary platform.