Corporate Outsourcing Provider Returns Global HQ to Chicago from Spain

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April 13, 2021
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Published in Connect Chicago & Midwest by Paul Bubny, April 13, 2021

Elements Global Services, a corporate outsourcing provider, is returning its base of operations to Chicago, where it will occupy 14,000 square feet at MetLife’s One North Franklin St. The company’s current global headquarters in Barcelona will evolve to become the regional headquarters for its EMEA operations.

“U.S.-based clients currently account for about 73% of our client base,” said founder and CEO Rick Hammell, a Chicagoland native who launched Elements in Chicago in 2015. “As a company dedicated to being where its clients are and need us to be, Chicago is ideally positioned to allow us to better service our clients as we evolve our offerings and services.”

At World Business Chicago, interim CEO and president Michael Fassnacht said, “Elements’ office opening is a testament to Chicago’s leading status as a global hub for tech and innovation. International companies continue to choose Chicago for their U.S. operations and headquarters.”

—Published in Connect Chicago & Midwest by Paul Bubny, April 13, 2021
https://www.connectcre.com/stories/corporate-outsourcing-provider-returns-global-hq-to-chicago-from-spain

Corporate Outsourcing Provider Returns Global HQ to Chicago from Spain

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NZ7YT
April 13, 2021
The Atlas Team

Published in Connect Chicago & Midwest by Paul Bubny, April 13, 2021

Elements Global Services, a corporate outsourcing provider, is returning its base of operations to Chicago, where it will occupy 14,000 square feet at MetLife’s One North Franklin St. The company’s current global headquarters in Barcelona will evolve to become the regional headquarters for its EMEA operations.

“U.S.-based clients currently account for about 73% of our client base,” said founder and CEO Rick Hammell, a Chicagoland native who launched Elements in Chicago in 2015. “As a company dedicated to being where its clients are and need us to be, Chicago is ideally positioned to allow us to better service our clients as we evolve our offerings and services.”

At World Business Chicago, interim CEO and president Michael Fassnacht said, “Elements’ office opening is a testament to Chicago’s leading status as a global hub for tech and innovation. International companies continue to choose Chicago for their U.S. operations and headquarters.”

—Published in Connect Chicago & Midwest by Paul Bubny, April 13, 2021
https://www.connectcre.com/stories/corporate-outsourcing-provider-returns-global-hq-to-chicago-from-spain

Corporate Outsourcing Provider Returns Global HQ to Chicago from Spain

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NZ7YT
April 13, 2021
The Atlas Team

Published in Connect Chicago & Midwest by Paul Bubny, April 13, 2021

Elements Global Services, a corporate outsourcing provider, is returning its base of operations to Chicago, where it will occupy 14,000 square feet at MetLife’s One North Franklin St. The company’s current global headquarters in Barcelona will evolve to become the regional headquarters for its EMEA operations.

“U.S.-based clients currently account for about 73% of our client base,” said founder and CEO Rick Hammell, a Chicagoland native who launched Elements in Chicago in 2015. “As a company dedicated to being where its clients are and need us to be, Chicago is ideally positioned to allow us to better service our clients as we evolve our offerings and services.”

At World Business Chicago, interim CEO and president Michael Fassnacht said, “Elements’ office opening is a testament to Chicago’s leading status as a global hub for tech and innovation. International companies continue to choose Chicago for their U.S. operations and headquarters.”

—Published in Connect Chicago & Midwest by Paul Bubny, April 13, 2021
https://www.connectcre.com/stories/corporate-outsourcing-provider-returns-global-hq-to-chicago-from-spain

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Published in Connect Chicago & Midwest by Paul Bubny, April 13, 2021

Elements Global Services, a corporate outsourcing provider, is returning its base of operations to Chicago, where it will occupy 14,000 square feet at MetLife’s One North Franklin St. The company’s current global headquarters in Barcelona will evolve to become the regional headquarters for its EMEA operations.

“U.S.-based clients currently account for about 73% of our client base,” said founder and CEO Rick Hammell, a Chicagoland native who launched Elements in Chicago in 2015. “As a company dedicated to being where its clients are and need us to be, Chicago is ideally positioned to allow us to better service our clients as we evolve our offerings and services.”

At World Business Chicago, interim CEO and president Michael Fassnacht said, “Elements’ office opening is a testament to Chicago’s leading status as a global hub for tech and innovation. International companies continue to choose Chicago for their U.S. operations and headquarters.”

—Published in Connect Chicago & Midwest by Paul Bubny, April 13, 2021
https://www.connectcre.com/stories/corporate-outsourcing-provider-returns-global-hq-to-chicago-from-spain

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Corporate Outsourcing Provider Returns Global HQ to Chicago from Spain

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Corporate Outsourcing Provider Returns Global HQ to Chicago from Spain

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April 13, 2021
Corporate Outsourcing Provider Returns Global HQ to Chicago from Spain

Published in Connect Chicago & Midwest by Paul Bubny, April 13, 2021

Elements Global Services, a corporate outsourcing provider, is returning its base of operations to Chicago, where it will occupy 14,000 square feet at MetLife’s One North Franklin St. The company’s current global headquarters in Barcelona will evolve to become the regional headquarters for its EMEA operations.

“U.S.-based clients currently account for about 73% of our client base,” said founder and CEO Rick Hammell, a Chicagoland native who launched Elements in Chicago in 2015. “As a company dedicated to being where its clients are and need us to be, Chicago is ideally positioned to allow us to better service our clients as we evolve our offerings and services.”

At World Business Chicago, interim CEO and president Michael Fassnacht said, “Elements’ office opening is a testament to Chicago’s leading status as a global hub for tech and innovation. International companies continue to choose Chicago for their U.S. operations and headquarters.”

—Published in Connect Chicago & Midwest by Paul Bubny, April 13, 2021
https://www.connectcre.com/stories/corporate-outsourcing-provider-returns-global-hq-to-chicago-from-spain

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What’s a Rich Text element?

The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.

Static and dynamic content editing

A rich text element can be used with static or dynamic content. For static content, just drop it into any page and begin editing. For dynamic content, add a rich text field to any collection and then connect a rich text element to that field in the settings panel. Voila!

How to customize formatting for each rich text

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

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