FullContact is solving the world’s contact information problem. Their cloud-based contact management system helps individuals and businesses manage their contacts without the hassle of duplicate contacts, partial records, and incomplete records. They also provide contact management APIs, which are used by thousands of developers around the world to enrich contact data in CRM, marketing automation, and other apps.
FullContact is passionate about building the startup community in downtown Denver – so naturally, they opted to place their office in the heart of Denver’s LoDo district. The 4100sf office is walking distance from Coors Field, hundreds of restaurants, and an always busy downtown. They’re also in close proximity to several other local startups – which made it convenient to host several events in their offices as part of the recent Denver Startup Week.
FullContact’s office is on the “Garden Level” – which is commercial real estate code for “basement.” They find the location fitting, since prior to this office they worked out of the founders’ basement and the TechStars bunker (conveniently located in the basement of a building in downtown Boulder). The office features an open floor plan that improves communication and encourages collaboration, two smaller conference rooms, and a giant meeting room called the Danger Zone.
Most importantly, they’re a startup – so the office is cheap (who needs a high-rise penthouse with air hockey tables and catered lunch? They’d rather spend their resources on hiring an amazing team and shipping world-changing products).
- Open floor plan (collaboration is key)
- Completely cube-less seating (no prairie-dogging necessary)
- Fully-stocked kitchen (coding is hungry work)
- One small conference room, one lounge room (they opted against a nap room, but maybe in the future)
- The Danger Zone – A massive meeting room big enough to play football (but usually just used for meetings and events).
- A framed picture of their CEO checking his iPhone next to the pyramids in Egypt (a reminder of the importance of getting off the grid)
- An abundance of FullContact t-shirts
- The Wynkoop Brewery a stone’s throw away (right across the street)
- Smack in the middle of downtown Denver (close to public transportation)
What We Love
- The open office space has an awesome flow
- Their emphasis on what matters most- great products and people
- Heck yeah Denver!
- The bike parking station for healthy commuters
- Seriously sweet t-shirts (but we might be a little biased)
What a lovely work space! Do you have a favorite part of their office?
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