How Top Denver Recruiters Work to Support All Aspects of Tech Scene

Code, The Technical Talent Agency fosters careers of top technical talent, provides great companies with exceptional resources, and supports the overall growth of the Denver tech community.

One of the most important things to the three founders was to be a true partner with the Denver tech scene by fueling and supporting the thriving growth of Denver tech.

Code Talent recently changed locations to align better with their business plan and the growing tech scene. While we loved our old location, our new space fits our community goals and needs better, allows for more growth, and keeps us in our beloved RiNo neighborhood.

After beginning the company in co-founder, Nick Gasparro’s home, the Block Building (pictured below) was Code’s first official location. Eric, Kevin, and Nick knew they wanted Code to be a resource and venue for meetup groups and events, and they needed a space to do just that. Nick remembers peeking his head into the building before Code had made it’s first dollar and knew this was the spot:

I looked in and saw what appeared to be a party. It appeared to be an ideal venue to host events. We always knew that hosting events would be a core part of our business, and just after closing our first position, we signed the lease,” ~ Nick.

Though the building was completely raw when the three co-founders first moved in, they described the move as a “fantastic feeling.” The office began with a few desks, couches, and a hodge-podge of hand-me-downs and garage sale knick-knacks. As the company grew and new features were added, Code Talent transformed into a small tech hub for the community, hosting dozens of meetups each month and providing resources to hundreds of attendees.

Our most recent move to Blake Street mimics the company’s past experience, except for the fact that our team and business have grown exponentially. Co-Founder Eric Hernandez said:

Now, we’re taking a large empty warehouse and building our Code culture from scratch, and it’s gratifying watching it all come together. It’s also nice having the comfort of knowing we are a much more mature and stable company. We’ve been able to attract a talented group of people that are all interested in creating something that is going to make a real difference in other people’s lives.”

Since the beginning, Code has added a partner, three senior-level recruiters, a digital media manager, and an operations coordinator. Senior Recruiter Tara Brodene said, “not only do we have a bigger team now, but we’ve also added positions, people, and services that allow us to better serve the community, and better support Denver’s growth in the tech and startup spaces.”

The entire team at Code Talent is excited to be in the new space and (almost!) completely settled in. Our new space is bigger, has accessible parking, is close to the new light rail station, and is still in the up-and-coming RiNo District!

“We’re beyond excited about our new location as it allows us to remain true to our roots in the RiNo neighborhood while providing the space needed to continue supporting a growing community,” ~Conor Swanson, Partner.

We’re currently in the works of planning even more community events in our new space! Come stop by and say hello at 3412 Blake Street!