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Remote Learner moving HQ to downtown Denver from Virginia

By March 9, 2016 June 17th, 2019 No Comments
By The Denver Post

Updated:   01/28/2016 11:37:43 PM MST
Remote Learner, a company that provides educational technology services, said Thursday it’s moving its headquarters to downtown Denver from Waynesboro, Va. The company is finalizing lease negotiations and plans to open its Denver office in February, said spokeswoman Sam Rosenberg.

“How technology is growing in Colorado, we wanted to position ourselves in a place where we can grow,” Rosenberg said.

The company has about 75 employees, most of whom work remotely. Eight employees currently work in Colorado, including CEO Ron Olsen, who joined the company in 2013. The company plans to do more hiring but won’t say how much until after the lease for the new office is finalized, Rosenberg said.

“We’ve been growing and adding employees to our team in all areas and all departments, and that will continue,” she said.

Remote Learner designs, develops, hosts and supports digital learning environments for educational institutions, businesses and government. The company has about a dozen clients in Colorado in areas like information technology, accounting and human resources.

“With our longstanding connection to the Denver business community, it felt natural to explore the Colorado market when considering moving our headquarters,” Olsen said in a statement.