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    1. Production Coordinator VIA Home ...

      Production Coordinator VIA Home ...

      Production Coordinator VIA Home ASPEN, CO 81611 - Jun 13, 2014 - ad id: 10281043 Production Coordinator VIA Home International Full-time Employee The Production Coordinator is responsible for all inventory at the location and control of product moving in and out of stock. They will check in product delivered for accuracy and alert Project Managers of their arrival. This person will stage all items for projects together and ready them to go out for Tech’s when appropriate.

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    2. Production Coordinator VIA Home ...

      Production Coordinator VIA Home ...

      Production Coordinator VIA Home ASPEN, CO 81611 - Jun 13, 2014 - ad id: 10281043 Production Coordinator VIA Home International Full-time Employee The Production Coordinator is responsible for all inventory at the location and control of product moving in and out of stock. They will check in product delivered for accuracy and alert Project Managers of their arrival. This person will stage all items for projects together and ready them to go out for Tech’s when appropriate.

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    3. Colorado Springs native founds garmet manfuacturing firm in Nepal

      Colorado Springs native founds garmet manfuacturing firm in Nepal

      Katherine blunt katherine.blunt@gazette.com -

      The goal was $7,000. Within a week, however, Corban Bryant realized he had set the bar too low.

      Bryant, a Colorado Springs native who founded an ethical garment manufacturing company in Nepal, launched a Kickstarter campaign late last month to promote the company's first fashion line and expand employee benefits.

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    4. What to Do with Your Company’s Decommissioned IT Equipment

      What to Do with Your Company’s Decommissioned IT Equipment

      In the best case scenario, recycling your decommissioned IT equipment brings with it several benefits. First, it is an environmentally friendly solution for your unwanted technology. Second, depending upon the services provided by the recycling company, it can be an efficient solution. Many recycling companies offer free pick-up, and will transport your equipment to their facility to be recycled. With these services, recycling can be a fast and simple option for your IT asset disposition.

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    5. Active Entrepreneur/ Angel Investor Hike (Boulder)

      Active Entrepreneur/ Angel Investor Hike (Boulder)

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      June 14, 2014 from 9:15am address Central Park street 1212 Canyon Blvd city/town Boulder website or map http://www.eventbrit… Tweet

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      This event is part of our Summer Startup Learning Series in the Park in which The Impact Angel Group is partnering with Take it OUT! Fitness to encourage Boulder entrepreneurs to get out of the office and find time to exercise.

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    6. CSU to host ’3D Printing Day’ on June 25 with speakers, 3D lab tours and print demonstrations

      CSU to host ’3D Printing Day’ on June 25 with speakers, 3D lab tours and print demonstrations

      FORT COLLINS – Colorado State University will host “3D Printing Day at CSU” on June 25, a free event featuring speakers, tours and technology demonstrations.

      Seminar speakers include Terry Wohlers, a world-renowned 3D printing industry analyst; Easton LaChappelle, a high school student who won second place for engineering at the 2012 Intel International Science Fair; and Andy Christensen, owner and GM of Medical Modeling, the leading global provider of 3D-printed medical implants.

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    7. Rally launches three new solutions to help improve performance, achieve business agility

      Rally launches three new solutions to help improve performance, achieve business agility

      BOULDER – Rally Software (NYSE:RALY), a leading global provider of enterprise-class software and services to drive business agility, announced it is launching three new solutions to support customers in their journey toward business agility.

      “Organizations today are recognizing that team agility is just the first step in a larger journey towards enterprise-wide business agility,” said Ryan Martens, Rally’s founder and CTO.

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    8. Photobucket to debut new Animated GIF Maker for iPhone and Android today at Denver Comic Con

      Photobucket to debut new Animated GIF Maker for iPhone and Android today at Denver Comic Con

      DENVER – Photobucket Corp., a leading global photo-and-video-sharing service, announced it will debut the Photobucket Animated GIF Maker for iPhone and Android devices at DenverComic Con, which begins today and continues through Sunday.

      Photobucket users will now be able to create their own animated GIFs to share on Photobucket, social networks, forums and blogs, the company said.

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    9. OriginOil reports CLEAN-FRAC technology passed field test, validates use for drill water cleanup

      OriginOil reports CLEAN-FRAC technology passed field test, validates use for drill water cleanup

      DELTA – OriginOil Inc. (OTC/QB: OOIL), a developer of Electro Water Separation, announced it recently demonstrated its ability to match laboratory performance in the field by operating at a 1,000-barrel-per-day cleaning capacity on contaminated water from a salt water disposal well in western Colorado.

      Electro Water Separation is OriginOil’s high-speed, chemical-fee process designed to clean large quantities of contaminated water from oil-and-gas operations.

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    10. When Nonprofits become big business

      When Nonprofits become big business

      LISTEN: Nonprofits need to be run like businesses 1563_ 6/9/14 - The keynote speaker at the monthly ACG Denver program was Lloyd Lewis, President, ARC Thrift Stores. Lloyd spoke on the need for nonprofits to be run like businesses, and the successes this approach has achieved at Arc: •Revenue and employment has more than doubled •Earnings have quintupled during his tenure •More than $65 million in revenue •$28 million distributed to charity •1,300 employees (160 employees with disabilities) •Over 3 million customer transactions annually •Nearly 900,000 square feet of stores, warehousing, and corporate office space under lease ...

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    11. Software firm gets $1.5 million loan from Connecticut Innovations

      ROCKY HILL >> A Bloomfield-based software company is getting a $1.5 million loan from Connecticut's technology investment agency.

      PCC Technology Group will use the loan from Connecticut Innovations (CI) to expand its sales and marketing efforts as well as to roll out one its software platforms on a national scale. The loan is coming from CI's Venture and Mezzanine Debt Fund, which helps growth-stage companies obtain important capital for expansion.

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    12. Ibotta raises $20 million for money-back app

      Ibotta raises $20 million for money-back app

      Ibotta Inc., the Denver-based maker of a shopper-rewards app, raised $20 million in equity financing as it expands its money-back app's reach beyond grocery stores to restaurants, electronics stores and other retailers. The two-year-old company reported the round in a Securities & Exchange Commission filing. The new funding adds to the $9.6 million Ibotta had previously reported that it raised.

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    13. Bach talks about challenges, need for action in State of the City

      Bach talks about challenges, need for action in State of the City

      Say what you want about Mayor Steve Bach, but he can sure fill a room! More than 600 members of the Colorado Springs business/government/nonprofit community gathered Thursday at the Broadmoor International Center for the Mayor’s “State of the City” speech. As befits one of the region’s most notable power lunches, it was a networkers’ dream… Continue Reading Bach talks about challenges, need for action in State of the City

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    14. Occipital builds first-ever 3D scanner for mobile devices

      Occipital builds first-ever 3D scanner for mobile devices

      For Vikas Reddy, co-founder of Boulder- and San Francisco-based Occipital, the 3D scanning and augmented reality space today is akin to cars in the 1900s – innovation doesn’t involve responding to a problem, but forging the path for an entirely new industry.

      “It’s like asking people back in 1900, ‘What do you want out of mobility?’” Reddy said. “They’d say, ‘Well, I want a faster horse,’ not an automobile.”

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