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HNA Live Establishes Denver, Colorado, Headquarters

HNA Live, a data analytics company serving manufacturing and real estate industries, will locate its new headquarters in Denver, Colorado.

“Everything pointed to Denver,” said Cooper Mojsiejenko, CEO at HNA Live. “The workforce is talented, the city’s central location makes it easy to do business across the country, and innovative tech and real estate ecosystems will help the heart of our nation solve their biggest challenges first.”

The Colorado Economic Development Commission approved up to $164,284 in performance-based Job Growth Incentive Tax Credits over an 8-year period to HNA Live.

“Colorado and the Front Range are home to a growing roster of tech companies that are changing the way more traditional sectors do business. We’re pleased to welcome HNA Live to Colorado, where the company’s spirit of innovation will add to this technological revolution and support the state’s thriving economy,” noted Patrick Meyers, Executive Director of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade.

HNA Live is a cloud solution that combines AI and 3D technology to optimize manufacturing facility productivity. The company captures, visualizes, and optimizes real-time data streams, while its technology service increases data access & insights for actionable real-time decisions.

“The Metro Denver EDC was pleased to be able to showcase the entire Metro Denver Region to HNA Live during their site search and are excited to have them landing in Denver to bolster the already thriving start-up ecosystem. We would like to thank all our economic development partners that assisted in bringing HNA live to Colorado,” added Morgan Alu, Director of International Development and Special Projects, Metro Denver EDC.

The company currently has 13 employees in Michigan, Indiana, Texas, Wisconsin, New York, and California.

“Denver’s rich assets continue to make our city an attractive place to do business; from The Commons on Champa - that offers newer companies, such as HNA Live, a place to ‘land’ while they are navigating the complexities of starting a new company, to marquee events like Denver StartUp Week that bring players across the industry together to mingle and innovate. We’re thrilled to welcome another successful tech company to our thriving ecosystem in Denver!” said Jen Morris, Denver Economic Development & Opportunity Executive Director.

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