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TKDA’s Duluth office expands

TKDA recently celebrated the grand opening of its expanded office space in Duluth.

The new space, located one floor above the firm’s previous location in the Technology Village in downtown Duluth, is nearly double in size and has room to accommodate new staff who have joined the growing TKDA team in the Northland.

“We are proud to announce the expansion of our Northland office,” said Bill Deitner, TKDA president and CEO. “Our new space and new employees are all part of our continued commitment to our clients and our staff in the region.”

TKDA’s in-house professional staff designed the new 10,000-square foot office floor plan and interiors.

The office includes flexible-height work areas, several collaborative spaces, conference rooms of various sizes and large, touch-screen wall mounted computers to allow staff to work efficiently internally as well as to connect with clients and colleagues across the country.

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