Agility Recovery Moves HQ to Westminster
Agility Recovery, a company that specializes in helping misplaced corporations and small business recover communications, IT services and power after natural disasters or other disruptions in business, has moved it’s headquarters to Westminster from Charlotte, NC. Agility will compete with another large disaster recovery business, IBM has a campus northeast of Boulder.
Hyune Hand, CEO cited the growth and talent pool in Denver, “We wanted to make sure we had the skills that mapped to our growth” said Hand. With Denver’s geographical location and quick access to the airport, Westminster was a great fit to help the company grow.
As part of the move, Agility Recovery is hiring 30 positions and when fully staffed the company expects to fill more than 100 positions at the new headquarters in Westminster. The move will consolidate the company, as Westminster has been home to Agility’s sales offices for the last six years.
Hand also notes that Agility is currently helping clients rebuild from Hurricane Matthew in North Carolina and flooding in Louisiana. However, a large portion of Agility’s business comes from smaller disruptions from storms and utility outages that do not make national news.
Agility helps it’s clients by transporting modular trailers, generators and temporary high speed internet services to client to help them get back online. Scott Teel, Agility’s Vice President of Marketing adds “It just helps the existing communities be restored”. Agility can also host clients in offices if needed by working in coordination with a company called Regus.
Agility works with 4,000 clients with more than 20,000 physical locations both in Canada and in the United States.
For additional information, see the Denver Business Journal Article, A new HQ moves in, attracted by the Denver area's growth, tech force.