Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions is expanding its footprint to Frisco with a new hub that will incubate future innovation. A ribbon cutting for the hub’s location at Hall Park in Frisco will take place Sept. 22.

The company plans to initially bring 50 new jobs to the area in 2022, with plans to triple that number over the next two years, according to the release. Its office is located on the sixth floor at 3201 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 600. The 14,341-square-foot space includes 15 offices, four conference rooms, 51 work stations, a break area and a lounge. Employees have access to Hall Park's amenities, including a state-of-the-art fitness facility, a cafe, a lounge, walking trails, electric vehicle charging stations and more.

"While many tech companies are cutting back, we are investing significantly and expanding to meet new demand created by our commerce platform recognized for accelerating digital transformation to deliver an exceptional retail experience,” said Rance Poehler, president and CEO of Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions, in a news release.

Part of Toshiba’s strategy includes working with emerging startups in the region to nurture idea incubation, said Mike Yeung, executive vice president and chief technology officer of Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions, in the news release.

"We are thrilled to welcome Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions to Frisco," Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney said in the release. "Toshiba's research and development expansion brings new corporate innovation jobs that will provide great opportunities for Frisco residents and further expand our tech ecosystem. This is a big win for Frisco and adds another internationally recognized brand to our rapidly growing portfolio of top-tier companies.”