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SOURCE Intouch Solutions

-- Keeps its national headquarters in Overland Park --

OVERLAND PARK, Kan., Jan. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Intouch Solutions, a technology based marketing agency serving the pharmaceutical industry, has announced that it will be moving to the Renaissance III building, 7045 College Boulevard, in June of 2014. The move comes in response to Intouch Solutions' rapid expansion, with the number of employees rising by 16% in 2013 alone to a current total of 340 in the Kansas City area.

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"With the growth we have seen over the past few years, space has become an issue. We are excited about this move because it not only provides us the much needed room, but allows us to stay in the Overland Park area, specifically in the College Blvd corridor," said Faruk Capan, Intouch Solutions' CEO. "This area is our home, and home to so many of our employees. We are happy to stay here."

"Intouch Solutions has created many good jobs in Overland Park," Kansas Commerce Secretary Pat George said. "It is great news for our economy that the company plans to keep growing, hiring and investing in Kansas."

Intouch Solutions spent more than a year looking at a wide variety of opportunities for their new home, finally settling at the new location at the intersection of Metcalf and College Blvd. The new location offers over 90,331 square feet of space. Rollie Fors, Senior Vice President at Colliers International, represented Intouch Solutions, and Jim Thompson, Senior Vice President at Copaken Brooks, represented the landlord.

"Intouch Solutions is a growing company, and we were able to find a space that will foster the company's current expansion while being more efficient with their space," said Fors. "This is a super deal for both parties," said Keith Copaken, Principal at Copaken Brooks. "Intouch Solutions upgrades to more efficient and highly visible space, and Renaissance III gains an industry leading company as a tenant."

Intouch Solutions has been located in Corporate Woods in Overland Park since its founding in 1999.

About Intouch Solutions Inc.
Founded in 1999, Intouch Solutions Inc. employs more than 450 individuals and is a privately held marketing agency headquartered in the Kansas City area with offices in Chicago and New York. Specializing in solutions for the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries, Intouch is redefining what marketing means to these industries. Contact Intouch at getintouch@intouchsol.com or visit them on the Web at www.intouchsol.com.

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