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    1. U.S. Treasury certifies Colorado Opportunity Zones | Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade

      U.S. Treasury certifies Colorado Opportunity Zones | Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade

      The 126 Colorado Opportunity Zones nominated last month have been certified by the U.S. Department of the Treasury and are now eligible for a new federal tax incentive. Established by last December’s massive tax bill, Opportunity Zones encourage economic growth via private capital investment by providing a tax incentive for investors to reinvest in disadvantaged communities. 

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    2. Colorado Springs defense contractor Polaris Alpha plans major expansion, including Denver

      Colorado Springs defense contractor Polaris Alpha plans major expansion, including Denver

      Defense contractor Polaris Alpha LLC on Wednesday announced plans to add 450 employees by 2026 and build or lease 100,000 square feet of office space in Denver and Colorado Springs late this year.

      The moves aim to better accommodate rapid growth of the company's space, cybersecurity and intelligence analysis software and information technology services.

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    3. German-based HERE mapping company is now here with new Boulder office

      HERE, a German tech company aiming to provide high-quality maps for self-driving cars, on Wednesday officially opened its new office in Boulder — with plans to grow. 

      The office currently has 20 people, and executives say they expect to have a total of 35 people in the office by the end of the year. 

      HERE traces its roots back to the mid-1980s when a small team started developing digital maps of California.

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    4. Colorado Legislative Tech Caucus Delves into Blockchain Technology

      Colorado Legislative Tech Caucus Delves into Blockchain Technology

      This week, the Colorado Tech Caucus in cooperation with Colorado Technology Association convened to learn more about blockchain technology. There is a strong movement behind the use and expansion of blockchain, and with that comes the need to educate policy makers on how the technology works and how regulations may impact the industry.

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    5. Denver blockchain tech company expanding

      Denver blockchain tech company expanding

      After less than a year in business, blockchain tech company Salt Lending is expanding in Denver.

      Salt, which provides cash loans for its members using cryptocurrency or other blockchain assets as collateral, started with six employees when it launched last June.

      Now, the startup employs 70 people, and is moving into a new 25,000-square-foot office this month. And the hiring isn’t slowing down anytime soon.

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    6. 2 Colorado cities picked for 'Smart City Collaborative'

      Two Colorado cities have made the list of 22 communities nationwide to joint the 2018 Smart Cities Collaborative. The collaborative, run by Washington, D.C.-based Transportation for America, is now in its second year. The participants will meet to discuss transportation problems and solutions. Boulder and Centennial made the list, which also includes big cities like San Francisco, Houston and Los Angeles.

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    7. Denver's tops in the nation for small-business growth, says new report

      Denver's tops in the nation for small-business growth, says new report

      Denver overtook Seattle as the top-ranked metro for small business employment growth in March, according to a new report

      The latest Paychex | IHS Markit Small Business Employment Watch report, which focuses on national small-business wage and hiring trends, indicated that nationally, small-business employment growth declined slightly in March.

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    8. Western Union : Foundation Commits $250,000 Strategic Funding to Support Denver Public Schools

      Western Union : Foundation Commits $250,000 Strategic Funding to Support Denver Public Schools

      New grant to focus on college and career readiness programs aimed at addressing Colorado’s skills gap The Western Union Foundation has committed a grant of $250,000 to the Denver Public Schools (DPS) Foundation in support of innovative programs in DPS, with a strategic focus on narrowing Colorado’s skills gap. The grant is being made as The Western Union Company makes a significant and long-term commitment to Denver , as the location of its global headquarters.

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