comCables is a Colorado Company to Watch

olorado Companies to Watch is pleased to announce comCables as Feb. 27-Mar. 2 as Colorado Company to Watch. The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, in partnership with Colorado Companies to Watch congratulate Greg Greenwood President and CEO, and all of comCables employees on this accomplishment.


comCables is a premier manufacturer of end-to-end structured cabling Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Denver, CO, comCables brings more than 30 years of expertise in both copper and fiber cabling solutions. Since its beginnings comCables has been an asset to the Colorado Community and continues to build its brand and product line expertise.


Their two main product lines are structured cable systems and low voltage systems and connectivity. The low voltage product line includes: Access Control, Fire Alarm, CCTV, Residential, Security, Surveillance and Audio/Visual Solutions. comCables provides high-quality products that exceed industry standards.


 Most recently, 2011 closed as a record year for comCables, LLC. This dynamic telecommunication engine closed out the most profitable year in the company’s history. This success empowered comCables to give back more than 23% of its net income and countless employee hours to local charities and non-profit organizations.


With 5 locations to foster its national presence, comCables continues to grow and expand in its current market place. Committing to a strong combination of excellence in customer service and quality solutions, comCables values relationships above all else. They are a high-performance business that is powered by the relationships they build with their customers and teammates.


“We are very fortunate to have high quality personnel and products that ensure industry excellence and to continue comCables success into 2012” says CEO and President Greg Greenwood.

Colorado Companies to Watch congratulates comCables on being This Week’s Colorado Company to Watch.



Colorado Companies to Watch is a dynamic program honoring growing companies that are developing valuable products and services, creating quality jobs, enriching communities, and building new industries throughout Colorado. High performance, second-stage companies account for most of the economic growth, community development and economic independence in our state. The State of Colorado supports Colorado Companies to Watch through the Office of Economic Development and International Trade both in leadership and sponsorship. This statewide effort sought out nominations from all sectors and communities and is not industry specific. The winners represent a broad range of economic sectors and regions of our great state. Companies to Watch (CTW) is a national awards program developed by the Edward Lowe Foundation to honor second-stage companies. To learn more about Colorado Companies to Watch, sponsoring, partnering or to nominate a company for the 2012 awards please visit


Colorado Companies to Watch is hosted by a collaboration lead by the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade in association with the Edward Lowe Foundation and organizations throughout Colorado; the 2011 program is presented by M3 Insurance Solutions for Business. For a complete list of Organizations and Sponsors, visit


The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) offers a host of programs and services tailored to support business development at every level. They include business retention and relocations service, a bioscience and emerging industries program, business finance programs like the Economic Development Commission and Business Loan Funds, the Colorado Tourism Office, the Colorado Creative Industries, which includes the Office of Firm, Television and Media and the state’s Art in Public Places program, the Colorado International Trade Office, the Colorado Small Business Development Centers, minority and women-owned business services and economic research. For more information, please visit

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