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    1. 4 Entrepreneur Secrets I Wish Someone Told Me

      4 Entrepreneur Secrets I Wish Someone Told Me

      posted by Derek Rundell on 07/06/2014 11:34 pm * 2 views * 0 comments

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      I’ve been a serial entrepreneur for 30 years, since I was a kid, and I’ve launched numerous companies, sat on several boards of directors and advised many startups. I don’t have enough space on this page tell you all the things I’ve learned, but I can share a few tips that I hope will go a long way.

      Be Willing to Fail

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    2. GoFundMe donors in metro Denver raise nearly $4 million

      GoFundMe donors in metro Denver raise nearly $4 million

      People are opening their pockets in metro Denver to help community members in need, according to the latest news from GoFundMe.

      More than $3.7 million has been raised within a 50-mile radius of Denver since the crowdfunding site launched in 2010, according to company spokeswoman Kelsea Little.

      Medical, education, and volunteer categories are most popular on the GoFundMe site, which has raised more than $340 million site-wide.

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    3. 3 Colorado companies you wish you worked for

      3 Colorado companies you wish you worked for

      Colorado tech companies have some of the most unique startup company cultures out there with their brew-tastic offices and fitness-centered teams. Luckily, Colorado tech companies are also growing quickly and hiring. Here's three companies that you could work for that are working on amazing tech products while building up solid teams and company cultures.

      What they do:

      Provide online fitness business management software

      Their company culture:

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    4. A 1980s Denver software tax could make tech companies flee the city

      A 1980s Denver software tax could make tech companies flee the city

      Denver tech companies are seriously considering leaving the city limits after it came to light that the city charges a tax on software purchased by companies located in the city, based on the interpretation of a 1987 tax code.

      On Wednesday, representatives of the local technology community like Colorado Technology Association CEO Erik Mitisek and venture capitalist David Gold met with city officials after a handful of companies recently expressed interest in moving out of Denver because of the tax. Some companies, like TalentRiot, abandoned plans to relocate to the city.

      Earlier in the week over 30 members of the ...

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    5. Twentyseven Global expands Denver operations with move to INDUSTRY workspace

      Twentyseven Global expands Denver operations with move to INDUSTRY workspace

      DENVER – Twentyseven Global, a software and mobile application development company, announced it recently expanded its operations to Denver and moved into the collaborative workspace at INDUSTRY Denver.

      “Denver is one of the fastest-growing technology startup hubs in the country, but is unfortunately experiencing a shortage of skilled IT workers,” said Steve Roatch, Twentyseven Global’s CEO.

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    6. CU-Boulder students design, build satellite in $1M NASA solar flare study

      CU-Boulder students design, build satellite in $1M NASA solar flare study

      BOULDER – University of Colorado-Boulder students are taking part in a $1 million, NASA-funded satellite project to get a closer look at solar flares.

      The Miniature X-ray Solar Spectrometer (MinXSS), led by CU-Boulder faculty in the university’s Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics and the Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences, recently was selected by NASA to launch in January from the International Space Station.

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    7. Synonymous with acquisitions...

      Synonymous with acquisitions...

      Recent acquisitions, the expansion and how it was funded 1574_ 6/30/14 - We are here today with Ken desGarennes, CFO, Zayo Group, and we're talking about expansion... from Louisville, CO to the Denver Tech Center to Boulder, the UK and France and finally consolidating the Tech Center and opening a downtown Denver office. They're spreading, expanding, building and surpassing the Billion Dollar milestone!

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    8. Continuing business growth at critical junctures

      Continuing business growth at critical junctures

      Technology and media and successful entrepreneurs 1575_ 6/30/14 - JB Holston has run a wide range of technology and media enterprises over the last two decades. He served as founding CEO for NewsGator (now Sitrion) from 2004 through 2012. We spoke to JB at the CTA Public Policy & Legislative Session Celebration where he updated us on his role at Sitrion and the exciting developments there.

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