Twistlock is Locked in on Right to Work Louisiana for New Company, Gutsy

Right to Work Louisiana Economic Update

Twistlock has chosen Right to Work Baton Rouge, Louisiana as the perfect spot to add headquarters for it’s new company, Gutsy. In order to accomplish this, Twistlock has raised $50 million to cover the costs. As a result of the new location, they will also create 10 new jobs!

From Area Development Magazine:

“We choose Baton Rouge and Louisiana because we know the talent and dedication of the people here. […] At Twistlock, our Baton Rouge team helped protect clouds you stream movies from, process mobile payments, and fly in the F-35. We know there are great people here with deep technical skills and real customer knowledge and we look forward to creating many more jobs with Gutsy. I also want to thank Rep. Garret Graves for his help navigating the federal side as we establish another international tech company in Baton Rouge.†[…]

“Louisiana has the No. 1 tech talent pipeline in the country, built on partnerships with our higher education institutions. […] We are quickly establishing our state as a hub for technology and innovation. I thank Gutsy for choosing Louisiana as the base of its next tech start-up, and creating quality, high-paying jobs for the state’s talented workforce.†[…]

“We had the pleasure of working with Gutsy’s founding team on their Twistlock entry into Baton Rouge in 2018, and we are thrilled they have chosen Baton Rouge again for their newest venture. […] This team is truly exceptional as they have raised an impressive $51 million in seed funding for their cybersecurity solutions. Their decision to locate Gutsy here is a representation of our growing tech sector and highlights our talent pipeline for meaningful careers in computer science. We look forward to their continued successes in our region.â€


To read the previous economic update on Right to Work states, click here.