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    1. INterview with Dan Arvizu, director of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory

      INterview with Dan Arvizu, director of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory

      0 10 Feb 2014 Dan Arvizu, NREL by InnovatioNews Dan Arvizu

      Dan Arvizu

      Dan Arvizu has been director and chief executive of the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden since January 2005. Prior to joining NREL, he was chief technology officer for CH2M HILL Companies. Previously, he spent 25 years at Sandia National Laboratories and AT&T Bell Labs.

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    2. ‘Powerhouse of Innovation’ event set for today from noon to 2 p.m. at Powerhouse Campus

      ‘Powerhouse of Innovation’ event set for today from noon to 2 p.m. at Powerhouse Campus

      0 23 May 2014 A Powerhouse of Innovation, Bob Hosanna, CSU Engines and Energy Conversion Lab, CSU Powerhouse Energy Campus, Ed VanDyne, Fort Collins, Fort Collins Startup Week, Jeremy Nelson, Julie Zinn, Katie Hoffner, Mac McGoldrick, Mike Freeman, Peter Novak by InnovatioNews

      InnovatioNews Logo FORT COLLINS — InnovatioNews will present “A Powerhouse of Innovation” today from noon to 2 p.m. in the newly opened CSU Powerhouse Energy Campus at 430 N. College Ave. in downtown Fort Collins.

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    3. Futurist says exponential change ahead but opportunity can be found for disruptive startups

      Futurist says exponential change ahead but opportunity can be found for disruptive startups

      0 21 May 2014 Blue Ocean Enterprises Challenge, Fort Collins, Fort Collins Startup Week, Gerd Leonhard, Internet of Things by Steve Porter

      By Steve Porter

      InnovatioNews

      Gerd Leonhard

      FORT COLLINS – For startup entrepreneurs, it’s all about the future.

      So it was fitting that noted Swiss futurist Gerd Leonhard kicked off Fort Collins Startup Week on Tuesday with his keynote vision of the future and how startups can find opportunities in the challenges that lie ahead.

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    4. The Battle for Talent: What Cities Are Doing to Attract Urban Professionals

      The Battle for Talent: What Cities Are Doing to Attract Urban Professionals

      Lee Chilcote | Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Senator Mark Warner, Paul Singh and Mitchell Schear at Crystal Tech Fund. Senator Mark Warner, Paul Singh and Mitchell Schear at Crystal Tech Fund. Anne Lopez and Kylie Walker of Romeo Delivers at AlphaLab. Anne Lopez and Kylie Walker of Romeo Delivers at AlphaLab. The atrium at Galvanize. The atrium at Galvanize. Kara Pearson Gwinn Downtown Cincinnati. Downtown Cincinnati. Scott Beseler of Soapbox Union Station in downtown Denver.

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    5. Entrepreneur tabs Denver as top startup city

      Entrepreneur tabs Denver as top startup city

      Entrepreneur named Denver as a top alternative to Silicon Valley for launching a tech startup.

      Excerpt:

      2. Denver. A healthy startup ecosystem includes companies of all maturity levels, whereby ones that have grown from shoestring outfits to market leaders might reinvest in the community. And Denver has businesses in fast-growing industries and companies large and small, young and mature.

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    6. Entrepreneurship and Innovation

      Entrepreneurship and Innovation

      + + Environment + Giving and Philanthropy + Health and Wellness + Higher Ed + Housing + Move to Denver + Music + Parks and Public Spaces + Real Estate Development + Talent + Transit * Places + Arapahoe Square + Art District on Santa Fe + Auraria + Baker + Ballpark + Capitol Hill + CBD + Central Platte Valley + City Park + Five Points + Golden Triangle + LoDo + RiNo + The Highlands + Theatre District + Uptown + Washington Park + Washington Park West

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    7. Early adopters: Teaching entrepreneurship pays off down the road

      Early adopters: Teaching entrepreneurship pays off down the road

      Two summers ago, in 2012, St. Ignatius High School student Ryan Linker was looking for a way to earn some extra cash. So he decided to start his own car detailing business. “My parents were bugging me to get a job,” he recalls. “My dad suggested I start some sort of business. He did car detailing as a kid and knew it pretty well and he said he could teach me.”

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    8. Hackathons: Giving back to the community, one line of code at a time

      Hackathons: Giving back to the community, one line of code at a time

      By Andy Vuong The Denver Post Posted: 05/26/2014 12:01:00 AM MDT Updated: 05/26/2014 12:09:14 AM MDT Harrison Kuzbyt, a University of Denver computer science major, works on his team project at the recent GovDev Challenge in which Google partnered with the Harrison Kuzbyt, a University of Denver computer science major, works on his team project at the recent GovDev Challenge in which Google partnered with the states of Colorado and Wyoming to create solutions for challenges facing local governments. (Photos by Brenden Neville, Special to The Denver Post)

      Civic hackathons, popping up ...

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    9. Ciao Telecom says hello to U.S. prepaid cell market with Rapids deal

      Ciao Telecom says hello to U.S. prepaid cell market with Rapids deal

      Two months after Colorado lost its only hometown wireless carrier — with the acquisition of Cricket Wireless by AT&T — the state is essentially gaining a new one.

      While not an official headquarters relocation, Dallas-based Ciao Telecom is pouring several million dollars into a high-profile sponsorship deal with Major League Soccer's Colorado Rapids, stitching the relatively unknown company's moniker on the front of player jerseys.

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    10. Boulder's Zayo pays $293 million for Geo Networks' optical fiber

      Boulder's Zayo pays $293 million for Geo Networks' optical fiber

      Internet network consolidator Zayo Group paid roughly $293.5 million for its latest acquisition, London-based Geo Networks. The deal was announced last week, though the purchase price wasn't disclosed until Wednesday in a regulatory filing.

      Boulder-based Zayo said the acquisition will add over 2,100 miles to its fiber-optic network in Europe, connecting nearly 600 buildings. The deal was funded through a combination of cash and a portion of the company's $250 million revolving credit line.

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    11. Loveland earphone maker wins first CSU contest for entrepreneurs

      Loveland earphone maker wins first CSU contest for entrepreneurs

      Loveland-based Decibullz Custom Molded Earphone won Colorado State University's inaugural Blue Ocean Enterprises Challenge — a business pitch competition — at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins.

      The win over 16 other competitors netted the company a $250,000grand prize, $20,000 of equipment from HP, six months of free business coaching from EMyth and a year of entrepreneurship mentoring from Blue Ocean Enterprises.

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    12. Can MapQuest reroute to stay relevant in battle with Google Maps?

      Can MapQuest reroute to stay relevant in battle with Google Maps?

      Denver's most recognizable dot-com is at a crossroads, grappling with a steep erosion of its core business amid fierce competition from a pair of tech Goliaths in Google and Apple.

      MapQuest, once the nation's go-to source for online driving directions, is plotting a comeback with a battle plan that includes creating original content, adding more local data to search results, revamping its home page and improving the integration between its mobile and desktop products.

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    13. CTA 101 Luncheon

      Each month CTA will host a lunch for employees of all member companies, as well as prospective member companies, to learn more about CTA. We will do an informal and fun presentation of upcoming events and initiatives as well as information on ways to get involved and make an impact. This sponsorship opportunity is a great first-touch introduction to the companies investing in the Colorado tech community.

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    14. CTA Industry Briefing & Legislative Session Celebration

      Industry Collaboration Briefing: A Monthly Series

      CTA hosts an Industry Collaboration Briefing where we provide updates on activity, programs and trends in:

      - Public policy related to building a technology and business friendly climate

      - Talent pipeline, including STEM education & workforce development

      - Business growth, including new market development, access to funding, etc.

      - The technology, telecommunications, broadcasting, media, information and electronics sectors

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    15. Dr. House beats obstacles to be leader at Penrose

      Dr. House beats obstacles to be leader at Penrose

      The skiing accident that paralyzed Glen House when he was 20 did not immobilize him. Instead, the upbeat, athletic college junior simply asked, “What’s next?” and moved on to graduate from college, medical school and to fulfill his residency and internship programs in rehabilitative medicine. In a wheelchair. In 2001, Dr. House arrived in Colorado… Continue Reading Dr. House beats obstacles to be leader at Penrose

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    16. Room has power to change broadband access in Steamboat, Routt County

      Room has power to change broadband access in Steamboat, Routt County

      Several feet above where coal was once shoveled into an old boiler room in the Steamboat Springs School District administrative building now sits a room that has the potential to reshape broadband access in the city of Steamboat Springs and Routt County.

      Members of the Northwest Colorado Broadband co-op and other public and private organizations gathered Tuesday afternoon to dedicate the room, known as a carrier-neutral location, that is the product of two-and-a-half years of hard work.

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    17. Join CTA at the Denver Public Schools 8th Grade Career Fair

      Join CTA at the DENVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS 8th GRADE CAREER FAIR

      Posted By Wendy Nkomo, Colorado Technology Association (CTA), Tuesday, May 27, 2014

      DENVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS 8th GRADE CAREER FAIR Registration Date: May 26, 2014 Subject: Invitation to participate in the 5th annual citywide Denver Public Schools 8th Grade Career Fair Denver Public Schools is excited and proud to announce that it will be hosting the 5th annual citywide career fair for its eighth graders.

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