Denver Mayor Supports WWT at Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Office
Mayor Michael Hancock attended WWT's regional office opening on Jan. 29 and expressed excitement to have a company with such a global vision opening in Denver.
World Wide Technology hosted an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony in Denver on Fri., Jan. 29 in honor of opening their new regional office. Many employees, partners and customers were in attendance for the event as well as the Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock, Suma Nallapati, Secretary of Technology and Chief Information Officer for the State of Colorado, and Stan Sena, President and CEO of the Mountain Plains Minority Supplier Development Council will be in attendance.
On Jan. 29 The Denver Post posted:
The company, which employs 3,000 worldwide, said the office at 2300 15th St. will be its second largest, behind its St. Louis headquarters. Eventually, the company expects to employ 200 software developers and 50 sales representatives in Denver.
"Denver is strategic for us," said Ann Marr, WWT vice president of global human relations. "Denver is regrowing and revitalizing itself as a city, and we want to be a part of it."
Marr was joined by Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and other state and local officials on Friday morning for a ceremony officially opening the Denver office.
"To have a company with such global vision and foresight in our city is an absolute honor," Hancock said.