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    1. Speed up your RFP Process for Tech Solutions through CTA’s Partnership with SelectHub

      Speed up your RFP Process for Tech Solutions through CTA’s Partnership with SelectHub

      There’s no slowing down in Colorado, which is why Colorado Technology Association (CTA) has partnered with local startup SelectHub to simplify the request for proposal process for CTA members searching for tech solutions.

      The tech industry continues to grow rapidly in Colorado, creating an immense volume of IT projects that need to be fulfilled. The quicker they come together, and the easier it is for companies to partner within the state, the better.

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    2. Colorado office-sharing marketplace sells to New York rival

      Colorado office-sharing marketplace sells to New York rival

      Upstart workspace providers are doing whatever they can to hold their own against the $20 billion-valued WeWork. For Brooklyn, New York-based co-working service Industrious, M&A is one way to compete. 7 photos Industrious' Nashville co-working space. PivotDesk, a Boulder-based office-sharing marketplace known for connecting growing businesses with office space, has been scooped up by Industrious for an undisclosed price.

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    3. Denver's Hosting.com buys Stelligent Systems to broaden Amazon Web Services offerings

      Denver's Hosting.com buys Stelligent Systems to broaden Amazon Web Services offerings

      Denver cloud-services manager Hosting.com Inc. said today it has acquired Stelligent Systems LLC in a move to expand its offerings to users of Amazon.com Inc.'s Amazon Web Services (AWC) cloud. Reston, Virginia-based Stelligent advises AWC users on developing software and speeding up its delivery through a suite of services known as DevOps (software development and operations) automation.

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    4. Colorado adds 7,900 jobs; unemployment rate lowest in 16 years

      Colorado employers added 7,900 jobs to their payrolls in January, while the state's unemployment estimate edged down a tenth of a percentage point, to 2.9 percent, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment reported today. That's the lowest unemployment rate for the state since it stood at 2.8 percent in February 2001, state officials said.

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    5. Regis to open innovation center with $1 million gift from a neighbor

      Regis to open innovation center with $1 million gift from a neighbor

      Construction began Tuesday on a multidisciplinary space aimed to help Regis University’s business school train students to think critically, creatively and in a way that’s applicable to business needs a decade from now. The private Jesuit school plans to open the Gronowski Innovation Incubator Lab on May 1.

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    6. 11th Annual C-Level @ A Mile High to set the Stage for Another Milestone Year in Colorado Tech

      11th Annual C-Level @ A Mile High to set the Stage for Another Milestone Year in Colorado Tech

      DENVER - On March 16, a record-breaking 65-plus top Colorado tech executives across diverse industries will volunteer their time to propel business in the state and raise funds for Colorado Technology Association’s year-long work to advance Colorado’s tech industry and workforce.

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    7. Techtonic Academy arrives at The Commons on Champa!

      Techtonic Academy arrives at The Commons on Champa!
      The Techtonic Academy has completed week one of a four-week apprenticeship training class, hosted in partnership with the Downtown Denver Partnership and Colorado Technology Association (CTA) at The Commons on Champa in Denver. Techtonic Group is providing opportunity to unemployed and under-employed individuals with an emphasis on increasing the opportunity for youth, women, people of color and veterans to enter the information technology workforce. The current class consists of 12 students with 75 percent of the students in the class falling into the targeted population.
      The four-week, instructor-led class will teach modern programming concepts, introduce students to the most common ...
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    8. Can I-70's Mountain Corridor Ever Be Fixed?

      Can I-70's Mountain Corridor Ever Be Fixed?

      Shailen Bhatt is hungry. The executive director of the Colorado Department of Transportation is at the wheel of a white Dodge Durango SUV—an official CDOT vehicle, retrofitted with flashing amber emergency lights—when he exits Interstate 70 in Idaho Springs, swoops into a McDonald’s drive-thru, and orders an Egg McMuffin. I’m sitting in the passenger seat. “Do you want anything?” he asks.

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