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Software startup moves back to Loveland for room to grow

AllProWebTools is hiring


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Software startup AllProWebTools has moved back to Loveland after 18 months of growth at the Innosphere high-tech startup incubator in Fort Collins. The small business software company opened their new location at 1339 S. Garfield Ave. Nov. 16.

AllProWebTools is an all-in-one software toolkit for small businesses, providing tools to manage customers, employees, online presence, sales, marketing and more from one dashboard. AllProWebTools grew from three employees to nine in just 18 months as they expanded their customer base in Colorado and launched the new Version 4 of their business management toolkit.

In the coming months, AllProWebTools plans to create more jobs and hire local in Loveland, according to founder Dave Kramer.

"After doubling our customer base in 2015, we expect to double again in 2016,” Kramer says. “This new office space gives us the room we need to grow."

The company has immediate job openings for an entry-level web designer, a customer service representative and sales representatives. Applicants may email jobs@allprowebtools.com for more information.

Loveland-based small businesses that sign up for AllProWebTools by the end of November using discount code Love2015 will have their $195 setup fee waived (cannot be combined with any other offer).

For more information about the AllProWebTools small business management toolkit and to schedule a free demonstration, visit   www.AllProWebTools.com.                                                                                           

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