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Marketo® Expands with New Office in Denver

DENVER — Marketo, Inc., the leading provider of engagement marketing software and solutions, today announced that it has officially opened its newest office location in Denver. This expansion has created 200 jobs in the Mile High City, with plans to grow the Denver team to 500 by the end of this year. Marketo celebrated the grand opening on Saturday, January 13, with Marketo CEO Steve Lucas and Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper cutting a purple ribbon at the office in Denver City Center.

“We’re ecstatic about our new Denver office, which helps us to meet the needs of Marketo’s valued customers,” said Teresa Grau, senior vice president, Human Resources. “As a top-ranked place to live and the home of a vibrant technology community, Denver has a great source of talent to strengthen Marketo’s already exceptional global workforce.”

Occupying 50,000 square feet on two floors, at 707 17th Street in downtown Denver, the office is Marketo’s fourth U.S. location and 12th worldwide. With employees across Marketing, Human Resources, Finance, Sales, and many other departments, it serves as the Mountain-Time complement to Marketo’s headquarters in San Mateo, Calif.

Marketo was also recently listed as a 2017 Built In Colorado Top 100 Digital Company.

 

 

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  1. January 18, 2018 at 9:25 am — Reply

    We are so excited about our client Marketo’s grand
    Opening. It’s been a great pleasure helping them create a Denver HQ tha truly reflects their culture and dynamic future. Congratulations Marketo, DLR Group is thrilled to continue to be your design partner!

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