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Agility Recovery moves HQ to metro Denver

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Agility Recovery, a company that provides disaster recovery equipment and support within 48 hours of an event like a hurricane or flood, is moving its headquarters from Charlotte, North Carolina, to Westminster, to allow it to continue growing its business. With the move, the company will add to its local staff of more than 100 to meet the needs of its clients throughout North America. 

"In addition to the existing base of employees here in Denver, we plan to bring an additional 40-plus positions here," says Hyune Hand, Agility Recovery CEO. "This includes some that will relocate from the Charlotte office, and an additional 30-plus that will be new hires in this office."

The company has distribution and testing centers throughout North America, offering power generators, communications connectivity, office space and computers and other services to businesses, municipalities -- and more, that need to recover from an event. The company says it can help its clients reach functioning operations within two days of an event.

"The decision was made to better accommodate the growth of our organization while continuing to enhance access and service delivery to current and future customers," Hand explains. "By moving to Denver, we are better able to access the region's growing talent pool, while at the same time, becoming more centrally located in order to better serve our customer base. Physical recovery and support activities will continue to be facilitated from our various operations and distribution facilities across North America."

As the company grows its presence in Denver it will seek a variety of employees in different career tracks including sales, account management, finance, marketing, product development and more. "Leadership is seeking entrepreneurial leaders in key areas to facilitate the next evolution of an established, proven industry-leading firm with exponential growth potential," she says.

Contact Confluence Denver Innovation & Jobs News Editor Chris Meehan with tips and leads for future stories at chris@confluence-denver.com.

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Chris is a Denver-based freelance writer, editor and communications specialist. He covers sustainability, social issues and other topics.
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