Accelr8 Relocating to Tucson, Plans to Hire 65 | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Accelr8 Technology, which is currently in the midst of a turnaround effort, is relocating to Tucson, Ariz., the company announced on Thursday.

Currently based in Denver, the company said it plans to create 65 positions during the next three years and has the potential to grow to 200 to 300 employees in subsequent years. The company currently has about five employees.

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