LivePURE is moving its corporate headquarters from Frisco to Plano next year, the company announced.
“We are so excited to announce our transition to this new, and upscale office space,” president Rick Redford said in a news release. “This move signifies our commitment to growth and innovation, and we believe this new flagship office will provide an enhanced business-building environment for our corporate team and brand partners throughout the world.”
The provider of health and wellness products expects to complete the move by spring 2024 to 5601 Granite Pkwy., where the Plano Economic Development Corporation also has offices.
“The move to our new flagship office space represents a significant milestone for LivePURE,” founder Dae Geun Jung said. “We are excited about the opportunities it brings for the community we serve. This marks a new chapter in our pursuit of excellence and transformative impact in our industry.”
In a social media post, Jung said that the new office will bring “fresh opportunities and a whole new era of enhancements. We’re thrilled about the positive impact it’ll have on the community we cherish.”
LivePURE is making the move to the Plano building for its “unobstructed views” and “beautiful lobby” with 24-hour security, access to Dallas North Tollway and State Highway 121, walkability to Granite Hilton Park Hotel, state-of-the-art conference centers, and access to Granite Park Boardwalk.
The company’s products include Pure Majik supplements, C’encia skin-care line, Mie collagen, ENERGY sticks, GPS energy line, immune support, and superfruits.
Plano is home to many large corporations, including Pizza Hut, Ericsson, Bank of America, Frito-Lay, Capital One, Toyota Motor North America, PepsiCo, Boeing Global Services, Argon Medical Devices, JP Morgan Chase, JC Penney, FedEx Office, and At Home Group.