DENVER, CO (STL.News) Square Comp, an early-stage, Indian technology company, has announced Fort Collins, Colorado as the home of its new US headquarters. They first became acquainted with Colorado during Governor Jared Polis’ trade mission to India in November 2019.
“Good-paying jobs continue to expand across our Front Range tech corridor from Colorado Springs to Fort Collins,” said Governor Jared Polis. “Square Comp is a great addition to Fort Collins and Colorado continues to feel the economic benefit of my first Foreign Direct Investment mission to India in 2019.”
Square Comp offers a customizable virtual reality platform designed for manufacturing companies’ training purposes. The start-up provides its clients with a customized virtual reality training curriculum that immerses its clients’ production-floor employees in an environment similar to that of the company’s actual production floor. The platform allows employees to train and learn the company’s manufacturing processes without the dangers or downtime associated with doing so in the company’s facilities.
To support its growth, Square Comp determined it needed to enter the US market to access the density of manufacturing companies that exist here. In searching for locations, the company focused on markets that have a dense tech ecosystem to support their talent and employment needs while also having a density of manufacturing companies to serve as the startup’s initial client-base.