KeyMe Comes to Denver: Where to Find Us
We’re all familiar with Silicon Valley and how the area is synonymous with tech. But, they don’t have a monopoly on innovation. More cities across the United States are starting to see tech booms of their own for a variety of reasons. One of those cities is Denver, Colorado.
For several years now, Denver has been considered one of the premier cities for startups and entrepreneurs looking to get a new business off the ground. A tech-savvy population and a burgeoning tech sector interested in new gadgetry? Sounds like a perfect home for KeyMe! That’s why KeyMe is putting key copying kiosks in Denver and the surrounding areas, bringing key storage, house and car key copying to a retailer or smartphone near you!
Denver has been actively fostering this start up culture over the past few years by investing in its infrastructure, retrofitting to allow businesses to occupy unused or old spaces, and creating a tax environment that the government feels is pro-growth.
There is also a belief that there is simply a startup mindset in the city. Many entrepreneurs choose to call Denver home and also foster a sense of community where one can just pick up the phone and speak to someone who is starting a business in the area. There is also something to be said for Denver’s location in regards to some of the other big cities one thinks of when it comes to tech like New York or San Francisco.
Denver is a city that could be referred to as a “lifestyle destination.” It’s no secret Colorado is one of the most beautiful states in the country. It’s kind of a “best of both worlds” city. You have the urban and modern Denver proper, but then if you drive an hour or two outside the city you can enjoy the natural amenities that Colorado has to offer. Outdoor types in particular have a lot to love working in Denver.
Companies have both been popping up in Denver and relocating there to get in on the culture of innovation. Some of the companies now calling Denver home include household names like IBM, Oracle and Lockheed Martin, but also popular smaller firms like secure email technology SendGrid and iTriage, which is a healthcare application designed to help people make better sense of their health issues and care options.
Innovation attracts more innovation. Typically if a city starts to become known as a place of exciting activity, companies looking to continue their growth find their way to that city. Such is the case with KeyMe and its sixteen new key copying kiosks in Denver.
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KeyMe has disrupted the key duplication and locksmith industry by creating locations for on demand key copying no matter the time of day via its kiosks and smartphone app. This new take on a traditional profession makes Denver the perfect place for KeyMe to make its presence known.
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