Denver, CO., STARTEK (NYSE:SRT), a provider of comprehensive contact center and business process outsourcing solutions announced it has a signed a lease for space at 4455 Arrowswest Drive. STARTEK will house its current healthcare operations in the new space with room for growth of the company’s expanding health division.
“Colorado Springs is ideal for expanding our current healthcare services,” said Chad Carlson, president and CEO of STARTEK. “The community has an educated, experienced workforce in addition to our existing operations and we have found the city to be very welcoming.”
Interior renovations will begin immediately with a targeted move in date early in 2014. The building is located off of Garden of the Gods Road.
"We are pleased to have assisted STARTEK with their plans to locate in Colorado Springs and look forward to supporting them as they grow their presence," commented Joe Raso, President and CEO of the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance. "This announcement speaks to the continuing expansion of the region's health sector which is a primary target for the Business Alliance."
STARTEK is a comprehensive contact center and business process outsourcing service company with approximately 11,200 employees, we call Brand Warriors who for over 25 years have been committed to making a positive impact on our clients’ business results. Our mission is to enable and empower our Brand Warriors to promote our clients’ brands every day and bring value to our stakeholders. We accomplish this by aligning with our clients’ business objectives resulting in a trusted partnership.
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