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Ibotta doubling office space in 1801 California

bizjournals Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Ibotta Inc., a Denver-based tech company, will double its space in 1801 California St. in order to add nearly 100 staff members before the end of the year. Ibotta provides an app that facilitates cash back on purchases. It was founded in 2011 by CEO Bryan Leach and relocated its headquarters to the fourth floor of 1801 California in downtown Denver last year. The company leases 38,000 square feet in Denver's second-tallest tower, and will increase that to 76,000 square feet with a lease that was…
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