ZIONSVILLE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Zionsville-based Storen Financial has announced plans to expand its Boone County headquarters and grow its workforce. The investment and accounting firm says it will invest more than $300,000 in the project, with the goal of increasing the number of full-time employees by 20% over the next few months.
Storen’s headquarters are located in front of the Zionsville Town Hall and the firm says it will expand onto the second floor in order to consolidate all of its offices into one location.
“As we look to the future of our business, we want to focus on this sense of community and family,” owner Greg Storen said in a news release. “Bringing our team together under one roof will allow us to operate as a cohesive unit that will not only benefit our employees, but will improve the services we offer our clients.”
Storen Financial says it has added four employees since July and is currently looking to fill several positions, including tax accountants, bookkeepers, digital doc specialist, financial assistant and financial advisor. The company also plans to add several part-time positions during tax season.
Storen also plans to invest in the growth of its digital service offerings. The company boasts clients in 43 states and plans to use the expanded facility to utilize the latest technology.
“COVID taught us many lessons,” said Kim Storen, tax services director. “It has forced us to look at our business through a digital lens and not rely solely on our in-person operations.”
The firm did not specify when the expansion is expected to be complete.