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    1. FreeWave appoints Kim Niederman new CEO, co-founder Steve Wulchin to serve as president

      FreeWave appoints Kim Niederman new CEO, co-founder Steve Wulchin to serve as president

      BOULDER – FreeWave Technologies, Inc., a leader in industrial, secure Machine-to-Machine (M2M) wireless networking solutions, today announced the appointment of company expansion veteran Kim Niederman to be FreeWave’s new CEO.

      Niederman has more than 20 years of senior executive experience (including serving as CEO and president) with a successful leadership track record in public and private companies of all sizes – ranging from large high-tech (Cisco Systems), to mid-size corporations (Polycom, Inc., FORE Systems, 8×8, Inc.) and several startup firms.

      Most recently, Niederman served as president of 8×8, Inc. (NASDAQ: EGHT), where the company’s market cap increased five ...

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    2. Wayin takes in new $13.1M investment round

      Wayin takes in new $13.1M investment round

      DENVER – Wayin, a Denver-based social tech platform, announced it has received a new $13.1 million round of funding from U.S. Venture Partners, Silicon Valley law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich and Rosati, Burt Sugarman and Mike Meldman, CEO of Discovery Land Company.

      Wayin, co-founded and chaired by former Sun Microsystems chief executive Scott McNealy and led by a group of veteran technology, marketing and TV executives, experienced approximately 300 percent growth in 2013.

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    3. Quantum brokers building sales

      Quantum brokers building sales

      The 104,439-square-foot building at 5575 Tech Center Drive sold recently for $5.9 million, according to Quantum Commercial Group. The listing agents were Frank Tuck and Randy Dowis of NAI Highland and CIII, while the cooperating broker was Michael Palmer of Quantum. Quantum also reported the sale of 550 State Highway 105 in Monument for $1.45… Continue Reading Quantum brokers building sales

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    4. Colorado Impact Fund has $62M to invest to improve state, turn profit

      Colorado Impact Fund has $62M to invest to improve state, turn profit

      A few years ago, Gov. John Hickenlooper told Colorado investors such as Jim Kelley that they ought to do more to help local entrepreneurs.

      The state has talent, the governor said, but businesses need better access to money and mentors.

      Kelley, co-founder of Vestar Capital Partners, took the challenge to heart and began researching the issue. And soon, he said, he agreed with Hickenlooper.

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    5. Recognition Matters. Submit Your Nominations TODAY!

      Posted By Erik Mitisek, CEO, 1 hour ago

      Recognition Matters. Submit Your Nominations TODAY!

      It is our favorite time of year – the time of year we start the process to recognize the best of technology in Colorado. Each year we get tens of nominations for our APEX Awards – and are always in search of the best ideas, leaders, projects and inspiring stories to lift the Colorado technology community to the next level.

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    6. Colorado's Accellos buys Minnesota software rival HighJump

      Colorado's Accellos buys Minnesota software rival HighJump

      HighJump Software, a Bloomington, Minnesota-based maker of logistics and supply-chain management technology, has been bought by Colorado Springs-based rival Accellos Inc. The merged company will operate under the HighJump name but will use the Accellos brand for midmarket supply chain execution technology. Accellos CEO Michael Cornell will lead the combined company. Terms weren't disclosed. HighJump has 498 employees; Accellos about 227. Accellos, which provides warehouse management systems to…

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    7. CauseLabs wants to be the 'Sherpa' of social digital entrepreneurship

      CauseLabs wants to be the 'Sherpa' of social digital entrepreneurship

      Denver-based CauseLabs takes the same sort of high-level approach of many tech companies, except rather than playing by the “Don’t Be Evil” slogan, they follow “Compassion Meets Innovation." Though CauseLabs falls in the social entrepreneurship category, the company doesn't just focus on one cause: CauseLabs builds out platforms to serve as what founder and CEO T.J. Cook calls “force multipliers” for existing organizations that make a human impact.

      “We want to be their Sherpa,” says Cook.

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    8. Senior Front End Developer

      Senior Front End Developer

      Posted by posted Jul 7 Pellucid Analytics www.pellucid.com Greater Boulder Area Tweet Share

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      We have several Senior Front End Development positions open. We want people who know JavaScript, CSS and even the JVM well beyond the syntax and into many of their idioms, patterns and advanced libraries. On the JavaScript side, we make heavy use of promises and modules; on the CSS side, we make use of transitions and tools for precompilation; on the JVM side we use Scala.

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    9. Members say creative designation another step up for RiNo art district

      Members say creative designation another step up for RiNo art district

      Tracy Weil has seen the River North Art District explode since he co-founded it in 2005.

      When the district — casually referred to as RiNo and boasting a mascot of a rhinoceros — was named a candidate to become a Colorado Creative District two years ago, membership in the district doubled.

      Recently RiNo shed the candidate status and is now a fully fledged Colorado Creative District as awarded by Colorado Creative Industries.

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    10. NerdWallet: Denver No. 9 on Top 10 list for STEM graduates seeking jobs

      NerdWallet: Denver No. 9 on Top 10 list for STEM graduates seeking jobs

      DENVER – Denver is among the top 10 metro areas in the nation for STEM graduates to find a job, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

      The Denver-Aurora-Broomfield metro area was No. 9 on the top 10 list assembled by NerdWallet.

      The data shows the annual mean wage for STEM jobs in the Denver metro area is $84,380, with STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) jobs representing 8.16 percent of the total jobs in the area.

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    11. Advanced Industry Investment Tax Credit applications available in early September

      Advanced Industry Investment Tax Credit applications available in early September

      DENVER – The online application process for the Advanced Industry Investment Tax Credit is expected to be available in early September, according to the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT).

      “Angel investments are critical ingredients that fuel innovation and new business creation in technology-driven sectors like the Advanced Industries,” said Jeff Kraft, OEDIT’s director of business funding and incentives.

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    12. Transformed small frozen foods manufacturer

      Transformed small frozen foods manufacturer

      Shifting toward a vision as a fully integrated food company 1579_ 7/7/14 - We are at the Mountain Desert Region EY Entrepreneur of the Year Finalists Reception at the Governor's Mansion here in Denver, Colorado, speaking with Todd Dutkin, CEO, Fresca Foods. Since 2003, Todd has helped transform Fresca Foods from a small frozen foods manufacturer into a paradigm shifting supply chain partner, and now toward a vision as a fully integrated food company.

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    13. Nominees sought for 2014 Lake-Geauga Fast Track 50 awards

      Now in its 22nd year, the Lake-Geauga Fast Track 50 business-awards event will once again recognize the 50 fastest growing companies in Lake and Geauga counties. Winners of the award will be based on average sales and employment growth from 2009 through 2013. To be eligible to receive the award, companies must be located within the two-county region, be organized as a for-profit business, and must have a sales profit for 2009 of at least $250,000.

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