Cloud 9 Living

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Cloud 9 Living is the leading experiential gift company in United States, offering over 1,900 experiences in 48 major US cities. The company is based in Boulder, Colorado.

History[edit]

Cloud 9 Living was founded in 2005 with a mission: "To forever change the world of gift giving by enhancing people's lives through memorable experiences." Cloud9living.com launched in May 2006 with an initial offering of 500 experiences in 8 cities. At the start of 2015 Cloud 9 Living's offering has expanded to over 1,900 unique experiences in 48 regions throughout the U.S.[1]

Awards & Recognition[edit]

Inc. 500/5000 Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies: Cloud 9 Living has been recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies in the U.S. for six consecutive years. Ranking have been: #468 in 2010, #2,225 in 2011, #2,606 in 2012, #3,345 in 2013, #3,419 in 2014, #3,999 in 2015.[2][3][4][5]

Mercury 100 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies in Boulder County: For seven consecutive years Cloud 9 Living has been recognized by the Boulder County Business Report as part of the Mercury 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in Boulder and Broomfield counties. Rankings have been: #2 in 2009, #15 in 2010, #17 in 2011, #24 in 2012, #28 in 2013, #23 in 2014 and #14 in 2015. [6]

Outside Magazine's Best Places to Work: In 2014 Cloud 9 Living was recognized by Outside Magazine as the #16 Best Place to Work in the U.S. [7]

Media Features: Cloud 9 Living has been featured as part of many national media and news outlets including The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Today Show, CNBC, Varney & Co., The Talk, The Doctors, The Nate Berkus Show, The Travel Channel, the Wall Street Journal, L.A. Times, Adweek, Advertising Age, Shape Magazine, Men's Fitness, USA Today and more.

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References[edit]

Floating a Challenge to Gift-Giving Boredom - Challenger Brand News

New York Daily News: With budgets tighter than ever, couples are requesting wedding gifts they actually need