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ReadyTalk is Getting a New Home

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Last week, we announced plans to relocate our headquarters. We’re going to share a lot of info on the new location, the build-out and more. You can also check out our Facebook page, where we’ll be posting lots of photos.

Where are We Going?

ReadyTalk won’t be going far from its current location. In fact, we are staying in LoDo (Lower Downtown) and moving just two blocks to 1900 16th Street. Staying in LoDo is really important to us and helps make the ReadyTalk culture what it is—bikes paths and running trails; access to public transportation; restaurants and bars. Plus, it is a convenient location for employees throughout the front range, which is important as we aim to hire 60 people this year.

“Downtown Denver’s many amenities and culture of innovation and inclusion make the urban core a magnet for the millennial generation, the future workforce, and the perfect place for ReadyTalk and other tech companies ” said Tami Door, President and CEO of the Downtown Denver Partnership. “We are seeing many new technology start-ups in Downtown Denver, plus significant expansion of existing, thriving businesses. The technology eco system in our city center is evident. We value ReadyTalk's presence in Downtown and look forward to working together as they grow.”

Still not sure why we want to stay in LoDo? Maybe this video will explain it: Downtown Denver Partnership's video - Where Do You Want To Be?;

Making a Mark

Lots of progress has already been made in preparation for our April move, but the most noticeable is the addition of the ReadyTalk sign on the exterior of the building. With a crane and a man who clearly wasn’t afraid of heights, the sign was installed last week. Check out the video of the ReadyTalk chat bubble going up: Check out this video of the ReadyTalk Chat Bubble getting installed.

 

As the marketing communications and PR manager, Bo gets to wear many hats. When she isn't tackling branding, messaging, social media and customer engagement, she enjoys skiing with her husband, running with her dog and watching Formula 1. You can find her on Twitter @bo_knows_.


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