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Colorado Companies to Watch spotlight: Altitude Digital Partners


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Altitude Digital Partners

www.altitudedigitalpartners.com

Snapshot: Altitude Digital Partners provides advertising, public relations and related services.

Leadership: Jeremy Ostermiller has been CEO since 2009, when the Denver company was founded.

Work force: ADS employs 15 full-time workers and expects to expand to 25 this year. Revenues doubled in 2011 and are projected to grow 112 percent this year.

Pivotal moment: The company expanded its product line to include video advertising, which opened up the marketplace, added new lines of revenue and created a competitive advantage. ADP also created a user interface that automates most data entry.

Technological edge: The company built proprietary technology to optimize customers’ traffic by algorithmic, historical data and real-time user information.

Company culture: "From a vast amount of plant life to a stunning private collection of music memorabilia, (the ADP) office feels less like a workspace and more like a rock ’n’ roll hall of fame that took up shop in the Denver Botanic Gardens," says the company, which provides an in-office gym and free yoga classes.

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