Framebridge, an e-commerce startup that provides custom framing, opened a production plant Thursday in Richmond.
The company is creating 175 jobs on an investment of nearly $1.9 million.
Framebridge’s 107,000-square-foot space will immediately begin producing custom frames, according to a news release from Gov. Matt Bevin’s office.
Framebridge allows customers to order online from a curated selection of frames and either uploading or mailing their art through Framebridge prepaid packaging.
The Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority approved Framebridge for tax incentives of as much as $500,000 through the Kentucky Business Investment program. Framebridge can also receive help from the Kentucky Skills Network, through which companies are eligible to receive no-cost recruitment and job-placement services, reduced-cost customized training, and job-training incentives.