Sandler moves from Louisville to Broomfield
Last Updated: 16:20 June 30, 2014
Bob Bolak, who owns the Sandler franchise that had an office at 357 S. McCaslin Blvd. in Louisville, said the need for larger, more state-of-the-art space prompted the move to 1990 W. 10th Ave. in Broomfield. The new training center, which takes up half of a Vectra Bank building there, includes a 100-person training room, digital multi-media audio-visual equipment and capability to originate and host worldwide webinar and video conference training for companies with a remote workforce and salesforce.
Outside parties also will be able to rent the facilities, said Bolak, whose “Sales Smarts” column appears periodically in the BizWest print edition and online at bcbr.com and ncbr.com. .
“This new training center is a thank you to our clients and provides an environment specifically designed for adult learning and comfort zone expansion,” he said in a press statement.
Sandler Systems Inc., based in Owings Mills, Md., has a network of more than 220 training centers in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Its services are offered through Top Line Growth Inc. in Loveland as well as locations in Denver and Lone Tree.
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