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    1. Connecticut start-ups get $10,000 awards to advance business

      A program designed to give Connecticut a steady supply of home-grown technology start-ups has selected the latest group of entrepreneurial companies to receive $10,000 awards to advance their businesses.

      CTNext announced Tuesday that it was making the awards to five companies, including two from New Haven, as part of its latest round of Entrepreneur Innovation Awards.

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    2. Here are Colorado's most active VCs - and who they are investing in

      Here are Colorado's most active VCs - and who they are investing in

      We took a look at Colorado’s top five venture capital investment firms within the last five years based on the number of deals closed in Colorado (with data from Built in Colorado and CB Insights). Here's what you should know about them:

      Four of the top five venture capital firms are based in Colorado. Only Vienna, Virginia-based Grotech comes from outside the state. Three out of the five are based in Boulder, reflecting the city’s still enormous influence on the Colorado tech ecosystem.

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    3. Drizly adds Denver to its cities offering fast alcohol delivery through smartphone app

      Drizly adds Denver to its cities offering fast alcohol delivery through smartphone app

      DENVER – Denver has become the fifth major American city to have Drizly-enabled alcohol delivery, the Boston-based company announced.

      Drizly is a smartphone app that offers fast delivery of alcohol products for the same price paid at a store, according to the company.

      Denver joins Boston, New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles in having Drizly delivery.

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    4. Aspen Institute to host Aug. 10-13 roundtable discussion on ideas to strengthen Internet

      Aspen Institute to host Aug. 10-13 roundtable discussion on ideas to strengthen Internet

      ASPEN – Leaders and experts from the public and private sectors will meet next month in Aspen to discuss innovative ways to strengthen the Internet to promote free expression, personal choice and a vibrant economy.

      The annual Forum on Communications and Society, a project of the Aspen Institute’s Communications and Society Program, will be held Aug. 10-13 and will be streamed live.

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    5. Elder Construction Lays Foundation for Future Expansion with Comcast Business

      Comcast Business today announced that Elder Construction, a family-owned commercial general contracting company, is using Comcast’s Business Internet and Business VoiceEdge™ services at its offices in Colorado Springs and Windsor. As part of an IT strategy to host the company’s data and applications in the cloud, the Comcast Business services are helping to improve internal efficiency, customer service and communication between employees in its offices in northern and southern Colorado.

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    6. EchoStar exec leaves to launch software startup

      EchoStar exec leaves to launch software startup

      EchoStar’s top technology executive has left the company to start a new business developing software products for corporations that struggle with creating customer-facing apps well or quickly.

      Mike Marcotte’s last day as EchoStar Corp.’s chief digital officer was July 19. Today, he’s a one-man shop, called Acumen Digital, working out of the Boulder office of Galvanize, a Denver-based technology school with offices and coworking space for startups.

      "Now I'll be a guy sitting at the end of…

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    7. Orthodontic software maker OrthoFi raises $1.2M by pitching to users, not VCs

      Orthodontic software maker OrthoFi raises $1.2M by pitching to users, not VCs

      OrthoFi, which provides software for the orthodontic industry, just raised $1.2 million by approaching its users instead of pitching to VCs. OrthoFi’s users are orthodontists, a group who isn’t known to be the most tech-savvy bunch. But that fact didn’t stop about 18 orthodontists from backing the one-year-old software company over the course of three angel rounds.

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    8. gSchool launches exclusive apprenticeship program with Pivotal Labs

      In a move consistent with Galvanize's dual educational and entrepreneurial goals, gSchool announced an exclusive apprenticeship program with agile software development firm Pivotal Labs today.

      Denver-based Galvanize launched gSchool—an immersive program that teaches developing skills to newcomers in six months on three different campuses—last year. With a 98 percent placement rate and a guaranteed starting salary of $60,000, the program’s graduates are already flourishing.

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