year, we were honored to be named the fastest-growing company in
Boulder and Broomfield counties by BCBR. Thanks to our growth, we no longer fit our
office space – quarters were tight on the ol’ ship. We decided to relocate to the
heart of Boulder, where we can better expand our presence in the vibrant local start-up
and technology community, and physically expand our office space.
probably wondering what difference our location makes to you. Well, our new location and larger office means we
can enhance training offerings. We’ll have a training room, where we can hold
training workshops; we’ll also be equipped to host roundtable discussions,
talking about the industry with those who know it best.
CEO and founder, Kelby Zorgdrager, explains, “Already, we
actively serve the local developer community through our sponsorships of the
BJUG (Boulder Java Users Group) and Boulder Denver Software Club, and through
our monthly ‘Hack-a-thon’ sessions. Incorporating a training space within our
office allows us to host onsite opportunities to build on our current role in
the developer community.” A larger office space in Boulder means we can grow
our already-strong relationship with the local developer community, and provide
even more value to both developers and those who manage developers.
planning some great events to introduce the space. Make sure you’re subscribed
to our newsletter, where we’ll first announce upcoming events. You can
subscribe via the form on the right. And don’t worry – we won’t spam you or
sell your information.
and our phone number remains the same, so you can contact our consultants at
(877) 629-5631, or via email, to help you determine the
most effective training options to fit your needs.
*BCBR (Boulder County Business Report) wrote a nice piece about our move – read it here!
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