Uber is going to build a new business hub in North Texas and its planning on turning the Dallas Location into its largest hub outside of its San Francisco headquarters.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced the new U.S. General and Administrative Hub,saying it will create three-thousand new jobs.
The Tech company plans to move 400 employees from their California hub or hire locally by 2020.
Most of Uber’s Dallas employees will work in finance, human resources and sales and will support the company’s transportation-related businesses, including ride hailing, food delivery and the development of urban air taxis.
Uber will get 25-million dollars from the Texas Enterprise Fund plus over nine-million from the city and almost three-million from Dallas County.