Colorado Companies to Watch (CCTW), a nonprofit highlighting the state’s best second-stage companies, named Redefy Real Estate a winner for 2016. The announcement came at a gala in downtown Denver on June 17.
Redefy Real Estate was one of 50 companies to earn the title from more than 1,000 nominations. The win was in the category “Real Estate Re-Imagined”. Redefy was named one of 76 finalists for the award on April 8.
Colorado Companies to Watch is a non-profit awards program presented by the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) in conjunction with the Edward Lowe Foundation. The 50 companies selected “make an astounding impact on Colorado’s economy by collectively providing thousands of jobs and contributing millions of dollars in revenue,” according to CCTW.
“The 2016 Colorado Companies to Watch Finalists represent the state’s most innovative and impactful businesses,” said Sean Nohavec, CCTW Chairman of the Board and Senior Vice President, Platinum Sponsor UMB Bank. “We are proud to recognize the contributions of 2nd stage companies in Colorado, which often work behind the scenes creating the bulk of economic growth in our state.”
Colorado Companies to Watch defines second-stage companies as “those that have moved past the startup stage and into a period of growth.” Redefy Real Estate opened in 2011 and began franchising the flat fee, full service brokerage model around the country in 2014.