RevGen Deepens Commitment to Metro Denver

The business and technology consulting firm, RevGen Partners (RevGen), will be moving its company headquarters from Centennial to downtown Denver in Q1 of 2023. Headquartered in Centennial since 2008, RevGen has decided to relocate to the CBD after years of growth and the evolution of its company culture. The relocation, a collaboration between RevGen and the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation (EDC), signals both the company’s continued confidence in Metro Denver’s role in the tech industry as well as the strengths of the downtown area and regional workforce.

“While the Metro Denver EDC works to recruit out-of-state companies to Colorado, much of our effort actually centers on supporting the growth of local organizations,” said Raymond H. Gonzales, president of the Metro Denver EDC. “As RevGen has evolved over the years, they’ve realized that Metro Denver is a part of who they are and offers the perfect place to continue operating their business, growing their team and planning for the future.”

In the coming years, RevGen expects to create at least 200 additional jobs in the Metro Denver region. The RevGen team is comprised of tech workers, such as data scientists, cloud data engineers, application developers, platform architects, and management and customer experience consultants.

“Because of companies like RevGen and their commitment to stay in Colorado, our state continues to be a leader in the STEM industry. We’re pleased to see RevGen add these new, high-tech jobs to the state and contribute to Colorado’s strong economy,” said Patrick Meyers, executive director of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade.

In addition to Colorado’s leading STEM workforce, RevGen was drawn to downtown Denver as an opportunity to further invest in our community. Despite the challenges that the downtown area has faced post-pandemic, RevGen’s investment indicates that there is confidence in our ability to bounce back. RevGen believes that the central location will provide its team with more opportunities to collaborate with clients and connect to the cultural and lifestyle amenities the downtown area offers. RevGen also noted central Denver’s easy access to the airport that Union Station and RTD offer employees. No matter where people are coming from – out of town or the suburbs – the new headquarters will be easy to get to. By being in the heart of the community they serve, RevGen trusts that the new location will support long-term growth and development, while enabling the company’s culture of a healthy work/life balance and active community engagement.

“As we plan for RevGen’s future, downtown Denver is an obvious fit for our new headquarters,” said RevGen CEO, Kirk Mielenz. “The tremendous investment going into downtown’s status as a vibrant center for business, dining, culture, and entertainment is a big draw. The very purpose of offices is rapidly evolving and we are excited to build a space that will be a desirable and accessible place for our employees, clients, and community to collaborate and connect.”

RevGen’s relocation of their headquarters to downtown Denver plays into the Metro Denver EDC’s effort to market the people, community and culture of the Metro Denver region. Called The Elevation Effect, the EDC team notes that more and more companies are looking to relocate or expand somewhere that can provide a vibrant lifestyle as well as career opportunities. The Elevation Effect looks to market the unique way of life and positive impact that Colorado can provide for companies and their workforce. RevGen’s move to downtown Denver shows how the Elevation Effect can be a company’s deciding factor – not just among external prospects considering the region, but for local businesses considering expansion as well.

“RevGen has a passion for actively investing in tomorrow’s workforce, and we’re pleased to welcome RevGen and their community spirit to Denver’s vibrant downtown environment for emerging tech firms,” Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock said.

RevGen’s expansion into Denver also aligns with their commitment to empower people in the community. RevGen has a long history of partnering with Denver-based non-profits including Habitat for Humanity, Urban Peak, The Gathering Place, and currently, the Denver Public Schools Foundation.  Through collaborative partnerships, RevGen provides pro-bono, volunteer and financial support, and it looks forward to finding new ways to have a positive community impact from their new location.

Through the combined work of RevGen, the Metro Denver EDC and other community leaders, RevGen hopes the relocation of their headquarters will contribute to the economic growth and development of their community, as well as the quality of life and opportunities for their workforce.


About RevGen Partners

RevGen Partners is a business and technology consulting firm serving Fortune 500 and mid-market companies across several industries with expertise spanning Analytics and Insights, Customer Experience, Digital Enablement, and Technology Services. Their track record speaks for itself: over 90% of clients re-engage them for additional services.

Founded in 2008 by four global consulting veterans, the firm is grounded in four core values of Respect, Integrity, Stewardship, and Enjoyment. RevGen Partners has been recognized as a Top Workplace for nine consecutive years by The Denver Post and as one of the Colorado Civic 50 every year since the program started. Learn more about RevGen at and follow them on LinkedIn.


About the Metro Denver EDC

Often called a “center of influence,” the Metro Denver EDC was the nation’s first regional economic development organization. From Castle Rock to Fort Collins and Golden to Greeley, we represent the nine counties and 66 communities that contribute to our robust economy and incredible culture. As the economic development function of the broader Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, the EDC serves a 9-county territory that represents two-thirds of the state’s population and three-quarters of the GDP.

Thanks to the leadership and generosity of Colorado’s most influential companies, the Metro Denver EDC works to “future-proof” the Colorado economy through corporate attraction and retention; workforce development; domestic and global marketing; investments in infrastructure; and public policy that fosters a pro-business climate.

Metro Denver EDC investors leverage our data, intel and insights to strengthen their own companies. They help lead the transformational projects that make Metro Denver a world-class region. They help determine our priorities – including our organizational strategy, policy engagement, and decisions around regional growth. And ultimately, they play a key role in making our community an even better place to live and work.