September 29, 2016

Colorado Economic Development Commission Approves Incentives for Coastal Cloud Based on Projected 51 Jobs

Colorado’s Economic Development Commission on Thursday approved nearly $11 million in state incentives to six employers in return for the creation of 683 jobs, the bulk of them paying more than $100,000 a year.

Of the six awards, five were job growth incentive tax credits and one was a cash award from the state’s strategic fund. Metro Denver was the targeted location for five of the six employers, but one company was leaning towards Steamboat Springs.


The largest award, a job growth incentive tax credit worth $5.2 million, went to a metro area database company using the code name Project Elektra, which is looking at adding 293 jobs in Colorado, Georgia, Illinois or Nebraska. The jobs will pay an average annual wage of $140,956 a year.


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September 28, 2016

Colorado offers $12 million in incentives to companies with high-paying jobs

Colorado Economic Development Commission members approved more than $12 million in job-growth incentives for six different companies Thursday, including several whose average salary would exceed $100,000 if they were to accept the tax credits and grow their work force in Colorado.

The incentive approvals were unanimous from the 11-member board appointed by the governor’s office.

“These companies that pay $120,000 and $140,000 on average, they don’t get much resistance, do they?” noted Dick Monfort, managing partner of the Colorado Rockies and an EDC member.


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September 15, 2016

Coastal Cloud Ranked #1 in Customer Satisfaction Among Gold Level Partners in North America

As of August 31, 2016, Palm Coast, Fla.-based Coastal Cloud ranked #1 in Customer Satisfaction among Gold Level Alliance Partners in North America. Coastal Cloud is the only Gold Level Partner based in the southeast.

“Our culture is client focused. We strive for 100% client satisfaction and work to earn long term relationships with each of our clients,” says Tim Hale, a Managing Partner and Coastal Cloud co-founder. “Our highly skilled and responsive team of experienced, certified and on-shore experts understand the profound value of client testimonials.”

As one satisfied client says, “They listened to what we wanted to accomplish, asked the right questions, and listened to our responses. Then they built a product that does exactly what we need it to do, on time and on budget.”


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February 6, 2013

Coastal Cloud to start hiring immediately

A projected 100 jobs will be created over three years with the arrival of Coastal Cloud, a new technology-based company slated to open in Flagler County. The first of those positions will be filled quickly: The company plans to open its doors within the month.

Coastal Cloud anticipates hiring 15 employees in its first year, 35 in its second and 50 in the third. It will eventually build a facility in Flagler County, but will lease initially so the business can open quicker.

Coastal Cloud’s goal is to bring cloud-based solutions to businesses both nationally and internationally, and will start by building on the client base the IT consulting service Graphene already has, said Sara Hale, a managing partner of Coastal Cloud. Coastal Cloud will use online services and self-developed tools, to generate custom reports for clients, allowing them to track customers and successes.

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