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    1. Student-led company tries to win Colorado College competition on third try

      Student-led company tries to win Colorado College competition on third try

      By Wayne Heilman wayneh@gazette.com -

      A fledgling Colorado Springs company, iDro, hopes that the third time will be the charm for winning Colorado College's Big Idea business plan competition.

      Headed by CC senior Fredrik Lindseth, the hydroponics/aquaponics company has been a finalist in all three of the previous competitions, winning the third-place prize of $2,000 in 2013 under the name CityRoots.

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    2. Stride health care campus now under construction in Denver

      Stride health care campus now under construction in Denver

      A health-care technology campus called Stride in Denver's Cole neighborhood is now under construction, with the opening of the project's first phase planned in spring 2016. Stride will be located in a former warehouse building near the intersection of Brighton Boulevard and 38th Avenue. The building is being renovated now, said Jason Winkler of Wink Inc., the developer of Stride. The campus will serve as a hub for health-care technology companies in the same format as Industry and Battery 621,…

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    3. Tech startup lands VC funding led by Foundry Group

      Tech startup lands VC funding led by Foundry Group

      FullContact, a Denver-based tech company, has raised $10 million in venture capital in an investment round led by Boulder’s Foundry Group and Chicago’s Baird Capital.

      FullContact built an online service to organize address books and keep contacts up-to-date and synchronized in Google’s Gmail, Apple and other virtual contact systems.

      The company’s round includes funding from existing investors Blue Note Ventures, of Boulder, and 500 Startups, based in San Francisco.

      FullContact came out…

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    4. Schoolrunner receives $1.5M investment from Colorado Impact Fund for education technology

      Schoolrunner receives $1.5M investment from Colorado Impact Fund for education technology

      DENVER – Schoolrunner LLC, a Denver-based enterprise technology platform for K-12 schools, has received a $1.5 million investment from the Colorado Impact Fund, a private equity fund dedicated to supporting Colorado companies that generate consistent investment returns and positive community impact.

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    5. Schoolrunner scores $1.5M from CIF, aims to grow U.S. presence

      Schoolrunner scores $1.5M from CIF, aims to grow U.S. presence
      Schoolrunner

      Since starting with one school and 700 students in New Orleans in 2012, Schoolrunner, a Denver-based tech startup that helps K-12 teachers better manage their student information workflow, has grown to 72 schools across the country in markets including San Francisco, Boston, Houston, Chicago, Newark and Memphis, impacting in total 50,000 students.

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    6. Co.EXIST spotlights open-source urban ag startup in Denver

      Co.EXIST spotlights open-source urban ag startup in Denver

      Fast Company's Co.EXIST highlighted Aker, an open-source urban agriculture startup in Denver.

      Excerpt:

      Another example of the trend: a new Denver-based company called Aker (pronounced "acre"). Aker has six new designs for urban agriculture products, including a two-hen chicken coop, a raised planter bed, and a multi-story worm hotel, and it's prepared to give them away for free so people can develop their own versions.

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    7. HomeAdvisor opening Colorado Springs office, plans to hire 100 employees

      HomeAdvisor opening Colorado Springs office, plans to hire 100 employees

      HomeAdvisor, formerly Service Magic, is opening a new sales office in Colorado Springs next month and plans to hire 100 employees by the end of the year.

      "We looked all over the country — and, frankly, all over the world — to try to figure out where is the next best place to open a new sales center," said Chris Terrill, CEO of the Golden company that helps consumers find vetted home-maintenance contractors. "We really liked Colorado Springs, and we liked the talent level there."

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