- Denverite: Denver is Trying to Produce ‘Handshakes’ Between People, Cars and Traffic Signals March 4, 2021 Posted in: Denver - Crossing Green Valley Ranch Boulevard at Walden Street is not always a pleasant experience for LaToya Johnston, who periodically walks to the nearby King Soopers. The car-heavy area in far… Read More
- Colorado Inno: This Boulder Startup Wants to Help Other Software Companies Process Payments March 4, 2021 Posted in: Denver - For growing software companies, finding the correct payment facilitation partner can be a moving target. In the early stages, companies find themselves using an easy-to-implement solution like Stripe. But as… Read More
- Axios: Denver is a Top Destination for Those Leaving San Francisco March 3, 2021 Posted in: Denver - It’s not your imagination, Denver — San Franciscans are flocking here. Driving the news: U.S. Postal Service data analyzed by the San Francisco Chronicle shows Denver is second among out-of-state cities that Silicon… Read More
- Denver Business Journal: Denver Tech Unicorn Strikes Partnership to Expand Higher-Education Offerings March 2, 2021 Posted in: Denver - A Denver edtech unicorn has struck a partnership to get additional education solutions in the hands of more prospective students. Today, Guild Education announced a collaboration with Maryland’s 2U to… Read More
- Greeley Tribune: Colorado Startups Generated $2.21B in Funding Last Year as VC Firms Applaud State’s Progress February 26, 2021 Posted in: Denver - A panel of venture capital firm leaders say Colorado’s startup ecosystem has grown rapidly in the past several years and is in a strong position to capitalize on the coming… Read More
- Built In: Launching a Startup? You Should Think About Denver February 25, 2021 Posted in: Denver - Colorado is naturally primed for entrepreneurs. Not only is our governor, Jared Polis, the co-founder of successful seed accelerator Techstars, but the state's capital of Denver is fast becoming recognized… Read More
- Denver Business Journal: Colorado Offers Millions to Keep 2 Homegrown Tech Companies from Moving out of State February 24, 2021 Posted in: Denver - Colorado Economic Development Commission members offered a combined $5.8 million Thursday to keep two homegrown tech companies from moving outside the state, even as the CEO of one of the… Read More
- Denver Business Journal: Denver Cybersecurity Company Adds $81M Series C Financing as Demand for Security Booms February 23, 2021 Posted in: Denver - As the demand for cybersecurity services increases, a Denver-based startup is scaling up with new capital and growing its local team. Red Canary, a provider of SaaS-based security operations solutions,… Read More
- Denver Business Journal: Founder Mike Gellman on How Spire Digital’s Acquisition was Like Superheroes Teaming Up February 19, 2021 Posted in: Denver - After two decades in the Denver tech scene, Spire Digital found itself at a crossroads in determining the company’s long-term future. “A few years ago, we really hit all of… Read More
- Science Daily: New Wearable Device Turns the Body into a Battery February 18, 2021 Posted in: Denver - Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have developed a new, low-cost wearable device that transforms the human body into a biological battery. The device, described today in the journal Science… Read More
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