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    1. 3 Ways To Attract Women To Your Technology Company

      3 Ways To Attract Women To Your Technology Company

      As it exists today, the tech industry may not be as attractive or welcoming for women as it is for men. The salary gap between men and women is 67% and men make up more than 70% of the technology industry according to a study out of the TriNet SMBeat. That’s a problem, because startups with at least one woman on their founding team are almost 20% more likely to have generated revenue than companies without women.

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    2. Comcast VIPER set to grow in Denver as video goes mobile

      Comcast VIPER set to grow in Denver as video goes mobile

      There's somebody making sure cable TV is watchable on tablets and smartphone, and that person might just be in downtown Denver working at Comcast VIPER (Video Internet Protocol Engineering & Research), a company within the company that's making the digital world more seamless.

      "We make sure that video is ready to play on anything outside a set-top box," explains Elizabeth Perlmuter, VIPER recruiter.

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    3. Denver Startup Week 2015 dates announced; a look back at 2014 (Slideshow)

      Denver Startup Week 2015 dates announced; a look back at 2014 (Slideshow)

      Next year's Denver Startup Week dates have been announced, with the week-long event meant to give area startups a set time to innovate, collaborate and celebrate to take place Sept. 28-Oct. 2. The five-day event this year took place from Sept. 15-19, and drew an estimated 7,800 startup community members and 700 companies to more than 180 events around the city. In 2013, an estimated 5,500 people and 650 companies participated in Denver Startup Week.

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    4. Colorado Eco Devo Commission offers $19M in incentives for more than 1,200 jobs

      Colorado Eco Devo Commission offers $19M in incentives for more than 1,200 jobs

      Continuing a months-long trend of major recruiting spends, the Colorado Economic Development Commission offered $19 million Thursday to eight companies that could create as many as 1,267 jobs in the state — including one whose CEO accepted the incentives on the spot and pronounced he would move his headquarters to Denver from San Francisco.

      Jason Fletcher, CEO of cloud-computing provider Granicus, said his company will create 221 new jobs over the next eight years as it relocates to Denver and…

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    5. Smart Sprinkler Maker Rachio Working With Nest, Raising Seed Round

      Smart Sprinkler Maker Rachio Working With Nest, Raising Seed Round

      It’s not exactly the season for lawn watering in Denver, but that doesn’t mean Rachio, a local maker of smart sprinklers, is taking a rest. Far from it.

      Rachio recently released a new version of its app that allows users to control home irrigation systems with smartphones and tablets. The app is a key component of the startup’s Iro smart sprinkler system, which is for sale at Home Depot, Best Buy, the Apple Store, and online through Amazon and Rachio’s websites, among others.

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    6. Catalyst Campus: path to the future

      Catalyst Campus: path to the future

      Train stations once were among the world’s epicenters of connectivity and vitality. They represented the worth of a community as well as its future economic potential. That’s an ethos the O’Neil Group Company wishes to recreate at its Catalyst Campus, a collaborative work and education environment slated to open next summer in downtown Colorado Springs.… Continue Reading Catalyst Campus: path to the future

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    7. Co-working space to launch in Longmont

      Co-working space to launch in Longmont

      LONGMONT – Terry Gold and his partners aren’t trying to replicate Boulder’s startup community in Longmont. But they do believe the city has a niche all its own that can lead to a thriving startup scene nonetheless.

      That’s part of the reason the group is opening Launch Longmont, a co-working space in the Longmont Times-Call building that eventually will morph into an incubator and accelerator as well.

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    8. Tech startup of the month: OpenSnow

      Tech startup of the month: OpenSnow

      Initial Lightbulb: OpenSnow CEO Joel Gratz started skiing when he was 4 years old and avidly watched The Weather Channel throughout childhood. So, it’s no wonder he became a meteorologist.

      He started the Colorado Powder Forecast blog and newsletter in 2007 after a ski trip to Breckenridge in 2005, during which 6 inches at Breck was dwarfed by a storm up north.

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    9. O’Neil Group plans ‘innovation district’ for downtown Springs

      O’Neil Group plans ‘innovation district’ for downtown Springs

      The Colorado Springs-based O’Neil Group Company bought the historic Homburg buildings with plans to create an “innovation district” in downtown Colorado Springs. Company executives announced their plans Friday morning to transform the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad Passenger Depot and surrounding buildings near the corner of Colorado and Pikes Peak avenues into what will be… Continue Reading O’Neil Group plans ‘innovation district’ for downtown Springs

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