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Rapidly Growing Startup ScriptDrop Expands and Pledges 80 Jobs in Ohio

Quality talent, space to grow and strategic partnerships are valuable to the company
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Company Name: ScriptDrop, Inc.
Location: Grandview Heights
Industry Sector: IT
Company Profile: ScriptDrop is the first medication delivery program that integrates directly into the pharmacists’ workflow in an effort to reduce medication abandonment and improve patient outcomes. Established in 2017, ScriptDrop partners with pharmacies, health systems and couriers to ensure patients get their needed medication as safely and efficiently as possible.
Company Website: https://scriptdrop.co/

Project Summary:

  • Type of Project: Expansion
  • Number of Jobs:
    • Jobs committed: 80
    • Types of jobs: Operations, management, software developers, sales and customer support positions.

Company Need:

Founded in Ohio, ScriptDrop’s team of healthcare experts have revolutionized prescription delivery. The scaling of existing contracts, a successful acquisition of both large-scale and independent pharmacy customers, and an expanded network of professional couriers has propelled the company and positioned it for future growth. The company needed a location to accommodate this growth.

Testimonial:

“The Columbus community has been incredibly supportive of ScriptDrop, and we are excited to continue scaling our company here. The region’s high-quality talent pool is a key ingredient to growing our team and bringing us closer to our goal of helping a billion patients.” – Michele Kothe, CFO, ScriptDrop 

Why Ohio?

Witnessing success and seeing promise in its home state, ScriptDrop plans to expand its current facility in Columbus. With a strong team, an office to grow into and a lot of strategic partners, Nick Potts, founder and CEO, can’t imagine leaving Ohio.

Ohio has three cities in the Top 10 small tech markets — Columbus, Cincinnati and Cleveland (CBRE — Scoring Tech Talent in North America 2019). The state also has 6,200 forward-thinking tech graduates enter Ohio’s workforce every year, adding to the existing tech talent pool of over 295,000 in technology occupations as reported by CompTIA Cyberstates occupation classification.

Collaborators:

One Columbus, Grandview Heights City Council, JobsOhio and the Ohio Development Services Agency