The building blocks have been laid for another major company to set up shop in Boston.
The Lego Group on Tuesday announced that it would move its North American headquarters from Enfield, Conn., to Boston over the next few years, a transition expected to bring hundreds of jobs to Massachusetts at a time when concerns are mounting over the state’s ability to compete for big business.
But much as companies that moved to Boston before the COVID-19 pandemic, Lego executives said they were drawn here by the region’s talented workforce.
“As we have been continuing to grow the business especially over the last five years, it’s become more and more evident to us that we could grow potentially even faster by being located closer to where the more talent is living,” said Skip Kodak, president of the Lego Group in the Americas.
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