Denver's place as the largest city for 500 miles means there are potential markets for companies from all sectors. It is also geographically well placed for business even further afield, thanks to its major transit and logistics hubs. Although no longer just an oil town, energy and mining are still important to its economy. Government agencies are big employers, but finance and hi-tech companies are also found in the city. Denver's location benefits the telecommunications industry by allowing satellite uplink to six continents in the same business day. Colorado’s primary highways, I-25 and I-70, pass through Denver and the city is served by a light rail system and an international airport. Denver is home to several of our business centers, which means a host of prestigious, convenient locations to match the choices within. Each center offers a good variety of offices, which you can mix and match to suit your individual requirements. You can move in within 24 hours– and only pay for as long as you use them, even if it’s just a few hours. Our meeting rooms are equipped with everything you need whether you’re hosting clients, training staff or organizing a conference – and we provide refreshments on request. We also have video-communications in most of our business centers which helps cut back on business travel. The business lounges are quiet and comfortable, allowing you to catch on communications and admin with secure Wi-Fi and free coffee. And our virtual office services are tailored to suit your needs – from full reception to call and mail handling.