On October 30, 2012, the Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission (EDC) announced that 3vNet, formerly Colorado vNet, has chosen Orange County, FL for its headquarters. 3vNet plans to create up to 35 positions over the next three years and make a $500,000 capital investment in Orange County.
“Orange County has everything we need, and we look forward to growing our company here and becoming an active member in the business community,” said Mike Anderson, CEO of 3vNet.
“3vNet’s choice to move its headquarters to Orange County shows the quality of the workforce in the region,” said Rick Weddle, President and CEO of the Metro Orlando EDC.
Established in 2002, 3vNet provides solutions for whole-facility/whole-home automation and lighting control including digital audio distribution; wired and wireless lighting control solutions; and easy apps for integration with third party climate, security and CCTV systems. In 2012, Colorado vNet Corp. was purchased by a group of investors and re-launched as the third generation of the company.
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