Beam Technologies More Than Triples Workforce, Expands Headquarters

Company places emphasis on Ohio’s technology talent ecosystem
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Company Name: Beam Technologies
Location: Columbus
Company Profile: Beam Dental was built around the idea that blending technology with traditional insurance policies could bring incredible value to a commoditized employee benefits market. Beam Dental is a small business’ best choice for a differentiated, innovative take on dental and ancillary employee benefits. It is now live in 25 states with a nationwide network of over 300,000 access points.
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Project Summary:

  • Type of Project: Expansion
  • Number of Jobs: 
    • Jobs committed: 150
    • Jobs retained: 41
    • Types of jobs: Engineers, management and marketing
  • Capital Investment: $1.5 million

Company Need:

Beam Technologies, also known as Beam Dental, continues to experience significant growth in the dental insurance industry due to an increase in customers. As a result, the company evaluated opportunities for expansion of its headquarters.

Why Ohio?

Beam Technologies is expanding its headquarters in Columbus, where it currently employs 41 full-time employees.

Midwestern operations presently give the company greater access to a supportive technology community and a great talent base from which to draw employees. Moreover, the company will be able to foster continued opportunities for partnerships.

Central Ohio is home to a vibrant, expanding technology ecosystem consisting of Fortune 500 corporations and startups alike. Beam is thriving alongside other growing technology companies including Root Insurance, Bold Penguin and CoverMyMeds.


“When we started Beam Technologies, we knew quality talent and community support would be critical to our success. The Columbus region’s impressive technology talent ecosystem has proven to be vital for our expansion and was a core reason behind our decision to scale here.” – Alex Frommeyer, co-founder and CEO, Beam Technologies


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