Denver-based SpireMedia wants to be the “digital product development consultancy” of your dreams. They’ve been doing just that by offering their expertise in agile and lean methodologies and in product development to both startups and established companies. How dreamy.
Even though SpireMedia has been around for 16 years, 2014 is proving to be a big year for the 35-person team, account executive Katy Zupan said. Spire-developed products will be released by companies such as TeleTech, AltTen, McKesson, Dish Network, TomTom and Payfone this year.
“Our main goal is to grow our digital product development practice by producing incredible work for our clients,” Zupan said. “The market seems to like what we're offering and we are on target to double in size within the next two years.”
They will be considerably growing their roster of clients, which is about 30 now, over the next year. To deal with the growth, they are currently beefing up their team with new hires in front-end web development, Android development and interaction design. SpireMedia’s team is known for its culture (the company was selected Best Place to Work by The Denver Business Journal several times) and its sweet, new office space.
“In 2012, after 14 years in original space in The Daniels and Fisher Warehouse in LoDo, we relocated to the 12,000-square-foot gutted and renovated former Whistle Soda bottling plant,” Zupan said. “Throughout the renovation, we went to great lengths to create an environment for creativity, collaboration and innovation. We succeeded.”
Get a peek at their office at the next Built In Brews on March 27 (be on the lookout for their pool room, their nap room or the mountain views from their rooftop deck and bar).