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Colorado saw a big week that included launches and a new unicorn. Keep reading to see which companies made headlines last week. This is the Built In Colorado weekly refresh.
Neat Capital will put the Forecast funding to work accelerating its consumer home lending business, Neat Loans, which aims to help individuals compete with cash buyers in the residential real estate market, it said in a press release.
Jim McKenney is now the company’s top executive officer, taking the lead ahead of what the company anticipates will be a period of growth. The company’s co-founder, Erik Mitisek, will continue as its president.
Spring has officially arrived in the Rocky Mountains, but the vibrant wildflowers and prickly evergreen pines aren’t the only things experiencing skyrocketing growth. Colorado’s tech scene just so happens to be blooming — and fresh talent is bringing their company visions to life.
NASA picked Lafayette-based Blue Canyon Technologies to build eight X-SAT Venus ESPA-class microsatellite buses for its HelioSwarm science mission, which will study solar wind and space plasma turbulence, according to a news release Thursday.
The Denver startup’s founder sees two main options for raising more money. In the meantime, they’re looking to crowdfunding.
Now, Denver gamers can literally be inside the game at Electric Gamebox, an immersive group gaming experience that launched this week at 9+CO located at 825 Albion St.