Blackbaud is one of the world’s leading technology companies and remains committed to its home in the Charleston area. Blackbaud’s new international corporate headquarters serves both functions.
In October, Blackbaud broke ground on its new international corporate headquarters in Charleston. The project is expected to create 300 new jobs.
The current issue of "Insights" magazine spotlights the Blackbaud success story, and features comments from Womble Carlyle attorney Stephanie Yarbrough, who has provided economic development counsel to this fast-growing company.
“Blackbaud is a treasured company here,” Yarbrough told Insights. “Once we reached the point where our focus was on the Charleston region, we worked closely with our community leaders and with the S.C. Department of Commerce to discuss ways to support Blackbaud and their continued success in the state. I think South Carolina, and certainly Berkeley County, have proven their ability to support companies that are successful and to help them grow.”
Click here to read the article in "Insights" magazine.
Blackbaud (NASDAQ: BLKB) is the world’s leading cloud software company powering social good. Serving the entire social good community—nonprofits, foundations, corporations, education institutions, and individual change agents—Blackbaud connects and empowers organizations to increase their impact through software, services, expertise, and data intelligence. The Blackbaud portfolio is tailored to the unique needs of vertical markets, with solutions for fundraising and relationship management, digital marketing, advocacy, accounting, payments, analytics, school management, grant management, corporate social responsibility, and volunteerism. Serving the industry for more than three decades, Blackbaud has operations in the United States, Australia, Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.
Stephanie Yarbrough’s practice focuses on guiding clients in economic development and general corporate matters. She works closely with domestic and international companies seeking to expand or relocate operations to the Carolinas and the Southeastern United States. She works with new and expanding businesses in identifying and negotiating incentives and in drafting all related documentation for Fee-in-Lieu of Tax Agreements, state grants, job tax credits, job development credits, utility grants and many other economic development incentives and grants.