After about 25 years in Denver, Chipotle Mexican Grill is stating so long to its hometown and on Wednesday reported it will move its central command to Southern California.
The quick easygoing eatery network, which has fiscally had an unpleasant couple of years, will settle in Newport Beach, close-by neighboring fast-food chains Taco Bell, Del Taco and the famous In-N-Out Burger.
In an announcement, the organization said it will spend the following a half year moving corporate staff — from back, HR and other corporate capacities — to Newport Beach.
Be that as it may, not the greater part of its 400 corporate workers in Denver and New York will be offered migration or maintenance bundles. Eatery representatives and field tasks specialists are not affected by the move.
“The combination of workplaces and the move to California will enable us to drive maintainable development while proceeding to position us well in the opposition for top ability,” said Brian Niccol, who turned into Chipotle’s CEO in February.
Niccol beforehand filled in as CEO of Taco Bell, based adjacent to Newport Beach in Irvine, California.
In the official statement, Chipotle said the Denver office will be merged into existing workplaces in Columbus, Ohio or Newport Beach.