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    1. SendGrid replaces Franklin as CEO

      SendGrid replaces Franklin as CEO

      SendGrid, a fast-growing Boulder technology company, replaced its CEO on Tuesday with an executive who will continue to live in the San Francisco Bay area as it grows and aspires to go public. Sameer Dholakia, former vice president and general manager of cloud technologies at Citrix, replaces Jim Franklin who served as Send Grid’s CEO since 2011. SendGrid helps companies with large volumes of email manage the messages and prevent them from getting rejected or caught in spam filters.

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    2. Layer3 TV opens Denver HQ, Multichannel News reports

      Layer3 TV opens Denver HQ, Multichannel News reports

      Multichannel News covered the opening of Layer3 TV headquarters in LoDo.

      Excerpt:

      Layer3 TV, a startup that is billing itself as a "next-generation cable operator," opened up its Denver-based corporate headquarters on September 15, and now employs a total of about 50 people across its Colorado and Boston locations, company officials confirmed here this week.

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    3. Ello, Ello? New ‘No Ads’ Social Network Ello Is Blowing Up Right Now

      Ello, Ello? New ‘No Ads’ Social Network Ello Is Blowing Up Right Now

      In March a new social network launched promising the opposite business model to Facebook, i.e. not selling ads based on user data and instead relying on, perhaps, paid premium features to keep going. Ello then sunk without a trace until, in the last 24-48 hours or so, activity on the site completely blew up. And this is a pretty basic social network with the bare minimum of features. Why? A combination of factors.

      Perhaps it was Facebook’s trenchant stance against LGBT users having both a real name and ‘persona’ name. Ello got traction with the LGBT community after ...

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    4. ReadyTalk zooms in on mobile teleconferencing

      ReadyTalk zooms in on mobile teleconferencing

      The Denver startup firm ReadyTalk plans to spend the next calendar year addressing the issue of mobile.

      "I can say that our big focus in the next 12 months is mobile,” says Shannon Westmacott, an account executive at ReadyTalk. “We're focusing on making joining and running meetings from any mobile device as easy as possible.”

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    5. Industry creators to open third concept in Denver

      Industry creators to open third concept in Denver

      From the creators of co-working spaces Industry and Battery 621, a new collaborative office concept called Stride, will begin pre-leasing this fall. Stride will house health-technology companies only, said Jason Winkler, co-creator of Industry and Battery 621, both of which have proven successful in bringing together startups in what Winkler calls a "mash-up of office spaces.

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    6. Six days devoted in Colorado Springs to inspiring entrepreneurs, helping them find backers

      Six days devoted in Colorado Springs to inspiring entrepreneurs, helping them find backers

      Denver has one. So do the booming northern Colorado towns of Fort Collins and Boulder.

      Now, it's Colorado Springs' turn to experience Startup Week, a six-day series of events designed to raise awareness about and celebrate the accomplishments of entrepreneurs - and perhaps inspire others to start new companies.

      More than 4,000 people are expected to attend the nearly 30 events during Colorado Springs' inaugural event, which comes the week after Denver's.

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    7. Denver Startup Week seeing ‘explosive growth’ in third year, boosting innovation reputation

      Denver Startup Week seeing ‘explosive growth’ in third year, boosting innovation reputation

      Karen Ellenberger attended last year’s Denver Startup Week – the city’s second annual event celebrating entrepreneurship and innovation – and didn’t want to miss this year’s Startup Week.

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    8. Denver Startup Week: Female leadership is itself innovative

      Denver Startup Week: Female leadership is itself innovative

      Removing barriers to female leadership is itself a catalyst for business innovation. That was the emerging theme heard by the more than 400 women entrepreneurs and startup employees who packed into the Galvanize startup hub Tuesday night in Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood. The event was part of Denver Startup Week and was put on by Women Who Startup, a Denver organization founded as a support network for female entrepreneurs.

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    9. From Denver to the World: Startups Surging from a Mile High

      From Denver to the World: Startups Surging from a Mile High

      Denver in 2014 is like an entrepreneurial rocket ship, and in many ways, it's always been like that. Today's leaders have recognized the intersection of the startup mindset and Colorado culture and harnessed the synergy with impressive results. Case in point: Denver Startup Week.

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    10. Denver Startup Week: 500 Startups founder tells entrepreneurs to be crazy, optimistic

      Denver Startup Week: 500 Startups founder tells entrepreneurs to be crazy, optimistic

      If coffee wasn’t doing the trick, the message from the stage at the Denver Startup Week kick-off breakfast Monday should have stirred entrepreneurs still shaking off weekend cobwebs.

      There was excitement as the third annual tech-centric celebration of entrepreneurship in the city got underway. There was also a tough love message from San Francisco-based investor Dave McClure, of 500 Startups.

      It’s easier than ever to start businesses online and people all over the world, including those in…

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    11. Report: Colorado doing well in developing economy but must spend more to improve

      Report: Colorado doing well in developing economy but must spend more to improve

      Colorado is doing fairly well when it comes to its diverse and innovation-focused economy, but the state has some work to do to move to the uppermost tier of state economies, according to a report by the Washington, D.C.-based Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.

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