Paradigm plans to triple its high-tech workforce
Paradigm makes thin films that coat optical equipment used in health care, academia, industry and the military. The company recently moved from a 1,500-square-foot office downtown to a 4,300-square-foot facility at 595 W. 66th St.
It plans to increase its workforce of 12 to as many as 37 people over the next two years, Paradigm CEO Matt Morgan said. A few of those will be scientists with doctorates while others will be technicians.
The company's growth comes from sales to universities, government labs and the U.S. Department of Defense, Morgan said.
Paradigm moved into its new building a few months ago, but only recently made the new building fully operational with the addition of some new equipment.
Paradigm spun off from Global Business Associates seven years ago.
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