(From left to right) ConnectYourCare Chief Operating Officer Tim Sand, Idaho Governor Brad Little, ConnectYourCare Chief Executive Officer Steve Grieco, Boise Metro Chamber President Bill Connors.
We’re excited to announce the grand opening of ConnectYourCare’s Boise office!
Idaho Governor Brad Little recently welcomed ConnectYourCare to the Boise market in a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house. Located at 6074 Discovery Way, Ste. 120, Boise, ID, 83713, the office now employs more than 40 people, with new positions opening regularly. Chief Executive Officer Steve Grieco said the company plans to add several senior level jobs with benefits and additional staffing positions in the next year.
“Boise is a great place to live, and we’re fortunate to be able to use the assets of the community to help attract talent to our company,” said Grieco. “Being in a location that is primed for growth and expansion was a priority for us, and we’ve found that in Boise.”
Attendees toured the new location and learned about the company’s market expansion plans, including dozens of new, competitively-compensated jobs and benefits for all employees.
“Idaho needs more companies ready to provide diverse, accessible jobs to residents. ConnectYourCare is a company bringing jobs to Idaho with the determination to grow and prosper in this market.”
–Idaho Governor Brad Little
Governor Little, Boise Metro Chamber President Bill Connors, and ConnectYourCare CEO Steve Grieco served as key speakers at the event. Other community leaders were in attendance.
“Idaho needs more companies ready to provide diverse, accessible jobs to residents,” Governor Little said. “ConnectYourCare is a company bringing jobs to Idaho with the determination to grow and prosper in this market.”
ConnectYourCare currently operates in three states with employees nationwide. The company has been recognized and awarded nationally as a provider of tax-advantaged accounts with a consumer-directed health care approach. In 2018, ConnectYourCare received several growth-based distinctions, including being named to Baltimore Business Journal’s Fast 50 and Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 5000 List.