City and County of Denver officials were on hand for festivities yesterday as Mango Media Corporation celebrated its recent relocation to Denver from Boulder.
Office of Economic Development Director André Pettigrew spoke at an open house, welcoming the City’s newest member of the business community.
Mango Media’s new office is at 1743 Wazee St., Suite 200, in downtown Denver’s historic LoDo district.
The Office of Economic Development provided technical and logistical assistance to Mango for the move to Denver.
“Small businesses are vital to our economy,” said André Pettigrew, director of the Office of Economic Development. “When Mango Media decided to move, we were happy to assist them with the transition. Their growth is evidence that, even in today’s climate, businesses can succeed and grow.”
The facility is not only more modern and more conducive to both individual and team-oriented settings but also twice the size of the company’s previous location. That’s important since, in the past six months, Mango Media has filled five new positions to reach a total of 15 employees.
“After 15 years in Boulder, we are excited to move to Denver,” said Kevin Reese, owner and chief marketing officer of Mango Media. “We definitely recognize this time as a transition period, with many new opportunities on the horizon. We’re looking forward to the exposure, the bigger office and the room for expansion and growth.”
Mango Media Corporation is an Internet marketing and Web development company specializing in search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click advertising (PPC), social media marketing and online reputation management. Mango utilizes the best in open source technology and Web applications to establish scalable, user and search-engine-friendly platforms that effectively drive revenue for its clients.
The Denver Office of Economic Development is dedicated to advancing economic prosperity for the City of Denver, its businesses, neighborhoods and residents. Working with a wide variety of community partners, OED operates to create a local environment that stimulates balanced growth through job creation, business assistance, housing options, neighborhood redevelopment and the development of a skilled workforce.