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    1. Colorado Tech Weekly #55: It's not always unicorns and rainbows

      Colorado Tech Weekly #55: It's not always unicorns and rainbows

      posted by Scott Pantall on 06/30/2014 05:17 am * 1 read * 0 comments

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      Colorado Tech Weekly brings you the top 10 technology stories of the past week and the best upcoming local tech events every Monday morning!

      Last weekend Andy Vuong with the Denver Post pointed out a seemingly unfair tax on Denver's web and app developers. Then I read this article "Do You Believe in LIfe After Startups?

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    2. Boomtown Demo Day showcases first six startups to come through new accelerator program

      Boomtown Demo Day showcases first six startups to come through new accelerator program

      By Steve Porter

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      BOULDER – The first six startup companies to go through Boulder’s newest accelerator program showcased their products and services to a crowd of about 500 investors, supporters and others Friday during Boomtown Demo Day at the Boulder Theater.

      The startups covered a wide range of offerings, from amazing facial recognition technology to “the world’s smartest dog collar.”

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    3. The first class at Alex Bogusky's Boomtown accelerator unveils its ambitions

      The first class at Alex Bogusky's Boomtown accelerator unveils its ambitions

      Ambitions for companies at the Boomtown accelerator in Boulder were as a big as any a business might want to tackle, even if the companies are small. The startups goals include creating a smart dog collar, making keys obsolete, making print newspapers thrive on college campuses, automating the labor-intensive photo processing for social media, matching brands to product placement and endorsement opportunities across media, and helping everyone make a good first impression online.

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    4. New STEM 9-12 Education Alternative at Innovation Pavilion Inf...

      New STEM 9-12 Education Alternative at Innovation Pavilion Inf...

      This fall a new STEM-focused education option which has its roots in the vibrant Denver STEM business community is opening in Centennial. Welcome to STEM Learning Center at Innovation Pavilion, with the goal of putting high school students on the fast track to becoming the next technology superstar!

      What is STEM Learning Center at Innovation Pavilion?

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    5. Imagine Communications leases Denver Post space

      Imagine Communications leases Denver Post space

      Imagine Communications, a media-technology business, has leased space in the Denver Post building that has served as The Post's newsroom since 2006, the newspaper announced Friday. Dallas-based Imagine will occupy 31,814 square feet on the sixth floor of the 11-story building at 101 W. Colfax Ave., overlooking Civic Center, plus 2,500 square feet of data center space on another floor, The Post said. It will move there from offices in the Meridian complex in Douglas County.

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    6. Global leader in the health and fitness industry...

      Global leader in the health and fitness industry...

      Understand what do people want, what do they need 1569_ 6/23/14 - 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 Andrew Wyant, President, General Manager of the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), the global leader in the health and fitness industry. NASM is really in the online education business and they focus on personal trainings.

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    7. Denver's taxing of software again draws ire of local companies

      Denver's taxing of software again draws ire of local companies

      If your business sells a pair of socks in Denver, you add city sales tax to the purchase. If your business buys equipment for its Denver site, you pay city use taxes on the purchase.

      None of this usually is controversial. Unless the product being bought and sold is software.

      If it’s software, you get companies taken by surprise when Denver city auditors show up at their door, then outrage and talk of tech companies fleeing the city.

      That’s because most cities — as much as 70 percent of them,…

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