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    1. Colorado Springs defense contractor Polaris Alpha plans major expansion, including Denver

      Colorado Springs defense contractor Polaris Alpha plans major expansion, including Denver

      Defense contractor Polaris Alpha LLC on Wednesday announced plans to add 450 employees by 2026 and build or lease 100,000 square feet of office space in Denver and Colorado Springs late this year.

      The moves aim to better accommodate rapid growth of the company's space, cybersecurity and intelligence analysis software and information technology services.

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    2. German-based HERE mapping company is now here with new Boulder office

      HERE, a German tech company aiming to provide high-quality maps for self-driving cars, on Wednesday officially opened its new office in Boulder — with plans to grow. 

      The office currently has 20 people, and executives say they expect to have a total of 35 people in the office by the end of the year. 

      HERE traces its roots back to the mid-1980s when a small team started developing digital maps of California.

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    3. Metro Denver EDC celebrates biggest deals of the year, looks forward to bagging the big one

      One year ago, Vertafore Inc. — a privately-held insurance technology company — had a small office in Westminster with 50 employees.

      Then, the company looked to Denver as part of its long-term growth strategy and moved its headquarters office from Seattle to downtown Denver, at 999 18th St., and brought 500 employees with it.

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    4. Colorado electric motor company gets order from Chinese customer

      A Longmont-based maker of electric motors said it's received a $1.3 million follow-up order from a Chinese customer. UQM Technologies Inc. (NYSE: UQM) said it received the order for its R340 fuel cell compressor systems from an unnamed Chinese customer. UQM said it received a $2.2 million order from the same Chinese customer last year.

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    5. Broomfield software business buys company to expand its Salesforce product lineup (Video)

      Conga, whose software is used by thousands of companies to make and manage documents with Salesforce.com’s platform, is acquiring another document-generation technology company in a move to expand Conga’s product line.

      Broomfield-based Conga reached a definitive agreement to acquire Indianapolis-based Octiv in a transaction expected to close within the quarter.

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    6. Amazon's HQ2 eco devo team quietly visited metro Denver in February

      Amazon's HQ2 eco devo team quietly visited metro Denver in February

      Ten people from Amazon’s HQ2 economic development team visited Denver in February to check out the region for themselves.

      Denver may have been among the first of the 20 cities visited by the team, said J.J. Ament, president of the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp. — the private organization leading the region’s effort to become the home of Amazon.com Inc.’s second headquarters, which is a promised $5 billion investment.

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