- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 13, 2017

DULUTH, Ga. (AP) - A company specializing in risk management solutions is expanding in Georgia.

Gov. Nathan Deal announced Wednesday that Assurant, Inc. will create 335 new jobs and invest $2.2 million in a technical support center in Duluth.

Deal says Assurant will build upon “Georgia’s strategic resources to grow in all areas of technological innovation.”

At the new center, Assurant will provide a variety of self-service diagnostic tools, troubleshooting tips and protection services for smartphones, smart home technology and other connected devices.

Newly created jobs will include positions in operations, management and technical training.

Manny Becerra, president of Assurant’s Connected Living business, says they’re excited to continue to grow in Georgia.

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