January 28, 2016

The Downtown Denver Partnership is pleased to share that Remote-
Learner, a leader in providing eLearning solutions to the corporate,
education and government markets, announced today that it will relocate its
corporate headquarters to Downtown Denver. The company, previously
based in Waynesboro, VA, has selected Denver for its new base of
operations and expects to finalize lease negotiations and open its new
downtown offices in February.

“With our longstanding connection to the Denver business community, it felt
natural to explore the Colorado market when considering moving our
headquarters,” said Ron Olsen, Remote-Learner’s CEO. “Working with
the great teams at Colorado Office of Economic Development and
International Trade, Denver’s Office of Economic Development and the
Downtown Denver Partnership, has made the decision to relocate an easy
one for us.”

“We are thrilled to welcome Remote-Learner to Colorado, and we know
that they will find great success in our business-friendly state,” said
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper. “Remote-Learner will be another
great education partner, and we look forward to watching the company
grow and thrive.”

Remote-Learner is hosting a company-wide employee event in Denver this
week and was honored to have Paul Washington, Executive Director of
the Denver Office of Economic Development, speak at its 2016 kick-off
on Tuesday at The Curtis Hotel. “We’re proud to welcome Remote-Learner
as one of the latest tech solutions firms to call Denver home,” Washington

said. “This headquarters decision underscores our position as a leading
hub for innovation. We know that Remote-Learner will find Denver to be a
welcoming environment among so many thriving, growing tech-driven

“We are thrilled Remote-Learner chose Downtown Denver as its
headquarters and ideal location to continue to grow their business,” says
Tami Door, president and CEO of the Downtown Denver Partnership.
“Remote-Learner is a valuable addition to the center city’s strong culture of
innovation as well as its expanding technology sector, and its presence
helps put the Downtown business community at the forefront of the
advancement of how individuals and businesses around the country access
education and training.”

“We are excited to increase our involvement with the Colorado business
community, and we appreciate the warm welcome,” said Olsen. Remote-
Learner already partners with a wide variety of Colorado-based companies
and offices, including Spire Digital, CBiz, Alexius, CourtSide Consulting,
TriNet, Techlink Solutions, INSIGHT, and others. “Moving to a central
location in the US both increases opportunities for collaboration within the
growing technology market in the Front Range and provides the company
with greater access to our clients throughout North America.”