ClearSale Recognized as Local Business Leader at Miami

On March 8th, 2017, ClearSale was honored to receive the key to Miami-Dade in a ceremony designed to celebrate business leaders who contribute to the economy and build opportunities for the local workforce. The key ceremony, held by the Beacon Council at the InterContinental Miami, was attended by a Who’s Who of political, business, and community leaders.

The key to the city was presented to ClearSale by the mayor and represents Miami-Dade’s dedication to being a business-friendly community. The evening gave new and established business leaders the opportunity to meet and build relationships with other leaders, political figures and community members.

For ClearSale, building a presence in Miami made sense. With Miami’s recent growth as a technology centered city, it made the perfect home for ClearSale’s offerings. Other companies, like UPS and Telefonica, recently developing operations in the community as well.

The addition of these companies, along with the flourishing business community, creates rich opportunities for ClearSale to introduce themselves to and work directly with a variety of clients.

Miami was also a clear choice because of ClearSale’s plans for growth. With a substantial labor force available in the area, the company has a pool of qualified candidates to choose from when increasing its operations. And because ClearSale is a labor-intense company, the investment in the community through employment opportunities will be steadily rising.

“We’re so honored to receive this recognition from the Miami-Dade Beacon Council,” said Rafael Lourenco, Vice President of U.S. Operations for ClearSale. “We’re excited to be part of this vibrant community that has so much to offer. We’re looking forward to continuing our expansion plans and creating jobs here, which is the mission of the Council and a goal of ClearSale’s.”

If you are in the Miami-Dade area and think you might want to join the ClearSale team, you can inquire about open positions be emailing

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