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    1. SALT Lending nonprofit partners with Regis University to offer blockchain class

      SALT Lending nonprofit partners with Regis University to offer blockchain class

      A blockchain class that's the result of a partnership between blockchain-backed loan provider SALT Lending’s nonprofit arm and Regis University launches Wednesday.

      The four-week, not-for-credit pilot course offered through Regis University’s College of Business and Economics is titled “Blockchain for Social Impact.” It will cover basic crypto-economic concepts.

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    2. Fast-growing Colorado tech company signs big lease at 5500 South Quebec

      The owner of a Denver Tech Center office building said a fast-growing Colorado tech company has signed a big lease. Northstar Commercial Partners said internet distribution company Pax8 has signed a 74,068-square-foot agreement at 5500 South Quebec that will fill the majority of the property's entire remaining vacancy. Northstar bought the 204,945-square-foot 5500 South Quebec building $16,150,000 in 2015.

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    3. Hickenlooper signs workforce development, opioid-treatment bills

      Gov. John Hickenlooper on Tuesday participated in the final public bill-signing of his eight-year term as Colorado’s highest elected official, and he also signed into law another bill that could pump significant money into the fight against opioid abuse.

      Surrounded by dozens of department heads and lobbyists, Hickenlooper inked House Bill 1266, which extends the two-year-old Career Development Success Pilot Program that reimburses school districts and charter schools who complete internships,…

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    4. The former Google Ventures may give scooter company Lime's unicorn round a push to $250M

      Funding for scooter sharing companies is multiplying almost as fast as they are appearing on city streets and sidewalks, with news on Tuesday that Lime is lining up a $250 million round. Axios cited unnamed sources who said that GV (formerly Google Ventures) has agreed to lead the massive round for San Mateo-based Neutron Holdings Inc., the company that operates on-demand bike and scooter business Lime.

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    5. Secretary Williams announces the launch of new business start-up tool

      Secretary Williams announces the launch of new business start-up tool

      Secretary of State Wayne Williams participated in a press conference at the Capitol this morning along with Governor John Hickenlooper and Lieutenant Governor Donna Lynne announcing the launch of MyBizColorado, a tool designed to simplify registering a business and obtaining state licenses and registrations.

      The MyBizColorado tool creates a single system for new businesses to interact with multiple state agencies responsible for new businesses, including the Secretary of State’s office.

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    6. Denver-based software firm Vendavo acquires Swedish company

      Denver-based software firm Vendavo said it's acquired Swedish pricing software provider Navetti AB for an undisclosed price. "Terms of the deal are confidential," said a Vendavo spokesperson. Vendavo makes price-management software. The company's involved in a patent infringement spat with German software company Price f(x).

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    7. Colorado Legislature extends export-assistance program for smaller businesses - Denver Business Journal

      A five-year-old state-run export-assistance program for medium and small businesses is getting an extension after an early run that economic-development officials and legislators have viewed as being quite successful. Gov. John Hickenlooper this week signed into law House Bill 1135, which extended the Advanced Industry Export Acceleration Program by six years, through the end of 2024. The program, launched in 2013, was set to end on Jan. 1 were nothing done.

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    8. Boomtown seeks applicants for health-tech accelerator

      BOULDER — Boomtown and COPIC, a medical liability insurance provider, have announced a multiyear partnership on the Patient Safety HealthTech Startup Accelerator. The program is seeking applicants for its upcoming accelerator, which will be run in conjunction with Boomtown’s accelerator cohorts twice a year. In each cohort, two to four startups will be accepted to the health-tech accelerator.

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