Breakthrough Announces Plans for New Headquarters
March 29, 2021
BREAKTHROUGH ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR NEW HEADQUARTERS
The Company Will Open the Breakthrough Collaboration Hub in Titletown
Green Bay, Wis. – Breakthrough, a transportation management and technology provider in Green Bay, Wis., announced the development of its new headquarters, the Breakthrough Collaboration Hub, as part of Titletown, in partnership with the Green Bay Packers.
“Breakthrough is thrilled to call Titletown home,” said Doug Mueller, Breakthrough president and CEO. “We have spent many years giving thought to the Breakthrough Collaboration Hub, ensuring we were building a space for our team to grow and build our culture, our business, and how we deliver distinguished value to our clients. Titletown is the perfect place for our organization to do just that.”
Breakthrough’s innovative and forward-thinking mindset is a natural fit for Titletown. “As our vision for Titletown continues to be realized, Breakthrough is an ideal company to join us,” said Mark Murphy, Packers president and CEO. “From its leading-edge business approach to its talented people and creative culture, Breakthrough is an asset to our region and the Packers are very excited to welcome their team to Titletown.”
Construction is underway and Breakthrough plans to move into the space in late fall 2021. Breakthrough will occupy the fifth and much of the fourth floor of the office tower on the west end of Titletown. The space will provide a flexible work environment for Breakthrough’s highly innovative and collaborative team. The location in Titletown will also provide a unique, elevated experience for the company’s valued clients when they meet in Green Bay to further their transportation strategies.
Breakthrough will move all its team members to the new location, vacating the current Depot location, but plans to maintain its presence at the Technology and Innovation Center, located at Backstage at the Meyer. The Depot will be acquired and occupied by the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation in early 2022. Breakthrough is excited to see the legacy of the Depot continue with a great organization that collaborates with donors, nonprofits, and community members alike to make the community a better place for everyone.
“The vision for an accessible and dynamic center for impact and philanthropy in the heart of Green Bay is only possible due to the collaborative spirit of our community partners”, said Dennis Buehler, president and CEO, Greater Green Bay Community Foundation. “A center that is not only deeply rooted in history and service to one another, but forward thinking in our ability to collectively impact the community. We are grateful to the many leaders who are making this possible, including Breakthrough, U.S. Venture, and Commercial Horizons.”
To learn more about Breakthrough, visit its website.
Breakthrough, a wholly owned business unit of U.S. Venture, is a leading innovator in energy and transportation management, dedicated to creating transparent strategies for the world’s leading shippers. By leveraging their robust dataset of over $20 billion in freight spend and more than 1 billion gallons of fuel, Breakthrough uncovers freight optimizations and removes distortion from traditional transportation practices. Together, with their shipper clients, Breakthrough is transforming the transportation industry by building a more effective freight ecosystem. The company was named to Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies in Logistics in 2021, is a recipient of the prestigious “Winning Through Innovation” award from Unilever and is a five-time recipient of Procter & Gamble’s “External Business Partner Excellence Award.” Learn more on Breakthrough’s website.
Titletown Development LLC, the development arm of the Green Bay Packers, is building upon the success of Lambeau Field’s major redevelopment in 2003 and recent expansion and renovations with its work on Titletown. The 45-acre development maximizes its great location just west of the iconic stadium to attract additional visitors to the area, spur further regional economic growth, offer new amenities to residents and complement Greater Green Bay’s draw as an excellent location to live, work, play and create. Phase one of Titletown included the four-diamond hotel Lodge Kohler, Hinterland Restaurant and Brewery, Bellin Health Titletown Sports Medicine & Orthopedics, TitletownTech, The Turn and Associated Bank. Phase two is set to include approximately 220 residences and a five-story office building, as well as additional development that may feature retail, food and beverage and entertainment.
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Director of Marketing, Breakthrough