The rumor is true! Noble Studios has outgrown its office space and relocated to downtown Reno. Since its inception in 2003, Noble has shown profit year after year and has hired based on its growth. Noble now employs 22 full time employees and works with a number of local contractors and traditional agencies for extensibility and expandability.
The first day of operation in the new office at the Bank of America Building, located at 50 West Liberty, Suite 800 in Reno, will be Monday, August 29. Formerly occupied by HMC Architects, the 8,652 sq. ft. space will undergo extensive renovations before Noble’s grand opening party.
More than 60 percent of Noble’s gross profit comes from outside the state. In 2008, the company expanded its reach to the San Francisco Bay Area and secured monthly service agreements with international brands, such as Autodesk, Inc., one of the world’s top five leaders in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software.
In 2010, founders Jarrod and Season Lopiccolo were named Young Entrepreneurs of the Year by the Nevada District of the U.S. Small Business Administration and received In Business Las Vegas’ Entrepreneur Award. Additionally, Jarrod received the Twenty under 40 award by the Reno-Gazette Journal.
Residents of Carson City, the Lopiccolos are grateful to the business community, family and friends for their strong support. They will continue to invest in the interests of the Carson City community.
Looking into the future, with plans for growth, the Lopiccolos knew it was best to relocate the agency.
“In order to stay on the cutting edge, it was imperative we move closer to our employees and the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR). The strategic move will allow us to attract more up and coming talent who have grown up in an era driven by emerging technology,” said Jarrod Lopiccolo.
With that said, Noble Studios is currently accepting resumes for the following positions: Senior Web Developer, Senior Strategist and Senior Project (Account) Manager. To apply, click here.