NationsBenefits Expands Headquarters in Plantation

NationsBenefits continued its recent growth by expanding its headquarters to occupy the first and second floors of its corporate office in Plantation. The supplemental health benefits company will now occupy 95,000 square feet of office space as the main tenet in the building.

“We have reached another exciting milestone in our company’s evolution where we have doubled in size from one year ago,” says Glenn M. Parker, M.D., Founder and CEO at NationsBenefits. “The expansion of our corporate headquarters is a testament to the success our company has achieved, and it signifies that we continue to invest in people who aid in our growth and infrastructure to meet the highest level of service delivery standards in our industry.”

The Miami-Fort Lauderdale region produced a 2.4% increase in employment in life sciences between 2010 to 2015 and 2015 to 2020, according to JLL’s latest Life Sciences Emerging Markets Index report. This overall growth trends with NationsBenefits’ expansion as well. The company formerly known as NationsHearing was ranked No. 1 in Florida for Inc. Magazine’s 2020 Inc. 5000 Series with a two-year revenue growth of 13,066% from 2016 to 2018.

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