Heirloom Cloud Corporation (Heirloom), a digital technology service provider, today announced plans to relocate its headquarters to Charleston County. The company’s $150,000 investment will create 19 new jobs.
Founded by two veterans while working for the U.S. government in Washington, D.C., Heirloom uses cloud computing to digitally transform outdated media content. Through a private cloud network, cherished photos and videos become accessible, making old memories sharable like new ones. The company plans to add iPhone and Android applications soon, so subscribers can easily consolidate content onto one platform.
When looking to move its headquarters from Delaware, the owners searched for a business-friendly home from which to scale. They researched multiple regions within a two-day ground delivery to large population centers on the Eastern Seaboard before choosing Charleston County.
“We are excited to see Heirloom’s investment and creation of jobs in our community." said Mayor Will Haynie. "Part of the reason the Town invested so heavily in the Harbor Entrepreneur Center is because we know we’re a great home for startups and tech firms. We look forward to their growth over the coming years.”
Heirloom will lease two offices at the Harbor Entrepreneur Center located at 11 Ewall Street in Mount Pleasant. This headquarters location will be the company’s hub for receiving nationwide shipments and serving walk-in customers. Heirloom will continue using an existing facility in Berkeley County for backend operations.
Operations are already online; individuals interested in joining the Heirloom team should visit the company’s careers page.