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    1. Brinkman submits plans to develop 9 acres in Harmony Technology Park

      FORT COLLINS — Commercial real estate developer Brinkman Partners LLC will meet with the city of Fort Collins planning department Wednesday to go over conceptual plans to develop nine acres of land in the Harmony Technology Park in southeast Fort Collins. Fort Collins-based Brinkman wants to develop vacant land at the southwest corner of Lady Moon Drive and Harmony Road with a retail center consisting of six structures combining for approximately 150,000 square feet of space.

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    2. Envysion plans to add 30 employees after move to Superior

      LOUISVILLE — Software firm Envysion Inc. in Louisville announced Monday plans to move operations to a larger facility in Superior next month and hire 30 people in sales and technical roles in the next three months. Envysion acquired Canada-based LightHaus Logic Inc. in May, and is expanding its video-analytics capabilities. It will move to 100 Superior Plaza Way in August, doubling its office space.

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    3. 5 Colorado tech events you don't want to miss this week

      5 Colorado tech events you don't want to miss this week

      How could you not want to attend an event with a name like that? If you spend any time working with WordPress, this is a great opportunity to up your game. Front-end designers, developers, writers and everybody else who works with WordPress are invited. The Rockies Venture Club is hosting their monthly pitch event this week. Yes, it’s about oil and gas investing, but that’s a subject most of us know nothing about — so it has the potential to be really eye opening. There’ll also be a happy hour.

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    4. SCL Health completes HQ move to Broomfield

      SCL Health completes HQ move to Broomfield

      BROOMFIELD — SCL Health’s move of its corporate headquarters to Broomfield is complete. The health system, which operates eight hospitals in Colorado, Kansas and Montana, finished moving some 360 employees from the Diamond Hill office complex in downtown Denver last week. The move brings SCL’s presence in Broomfield to 920 employees, a figure that could grow by as many as 150 in coming years.

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    5. Colorado eco-devo commission offers $17.6M in incentives to IT firm

      An unnamed information technology company is eyeing Denver as a possible location 1,750 employees, and Colorado is trying its best to lure the firm with incentives. The Denver Business Journal reports that the Colorado Economic Development Commission this week offered the company $17.6 million in incentives to locate in Denver. The company is also considering Salt Lake City.

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    6. Ascent Solar launches EnerPlex products in UK

      Ascent Solar launches EnerPlex products in UK

      THORNTON -- Ascent Solar Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: ASTI), a developer and manufacturer of flexible thin-film photovoltaic modules integrated into the company’s EnerPlex series of consumer products, today announced the launch of its EnerPlex products in 172 Maplin Electronics stores in the UK. Maplin Electronics is one of the largest consumer electronics retailers in the UK. Last month, Ascent announced the availability of its EnerPlex products in 100 select Sports Authority stores in the U.S.

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    7. Reconstructing the Denver City Skyline with new skyscraper

      Reconstructing the Denver City Skyline with new skyscraper

      Denver is in the midst of an office construction boom that could change the downtown skyline and commercial core for decades to come. At the end of June, 1.8 million square feet in commercial office space was under construction downtown, according to the Downtown Denver Partnership, which released its annual development map last week. That's almost 50 percent more space than has been delivered since 2010.

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    8. Broomfield-based Level 3 acquires cybersecurity firm Black Lotus

      Broomfield-based Level 3 acquires cybersecurity firm Black Lotus

      BROOMFIELD – Level 3 Communications (NYSE: LVLT) on Wednesday announced the acquisition of Los Angeles-based cybersecurity firm Black Lotus. Terms of the all-cash deal were not disclosed because the purchase is not expected to be material to Broomfield-based Level 3’s financials. Black Lotus, which has about 20 employees and annual revenue of less than $10 million, provides Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) mitigation services.

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    9. Foundry Group files paperwork for fifth $225M investment fund

      Foundry Group files paperwork for fifth $225M investment fund

      The Boulder-based firm — whose portfolio includes local tech companies like SendGrid, PivotDesk and Sphero — disclosed that it is raising the money in a filing made with the Securities and Exchange Commission this week. The name of the fund is Foundry Venture Capital 2016 L.P. Foundry Group — led by managing directors Brad Feld, Seth Levine, Ryan McIntyre and Jason Mendelson — closed its fourth $225 million fund, Foundry Group Select Fund, in fall 2013.

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    10. Kaiser Permanente creating about 75 jobs in new claims facility

      Kaiser Permanente creating about 75 jobs in new claims facility

      Kaiser Permanente is growing its Colorado workforce once again, announcing Tuesday that it will add 75 staffers in the next year as it opens a new facility for its National Claims Administration unit in the Meredian complex in Douglas County. Beginning in late 2015, the nonprofit health plan will located some 250 current employees in 80,000 square feet it’s secured in the Gateway Plaza at Meridian near Interstate 25 and Lincoln Avenue, where those workers will process claims for its Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Northwest and Mid-Atlantic States regions. Including the crop of workers it plans to hire in ...

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    11. Novinda Corporation Names New CEO

      Novinda Corporation Names New CEO

      Denver-based emissions technology developer Novinda has named Michael J. Rosenberg as the company's new CEO. Rosenberg was previously President and CEO of Boulder-based OPX Biotechnologies, and also has served at Evergreen Energy and Ballard Power Systems. Novida is developing non-carbon mercury emission control products for poer plants, which reduces the emissions of mercury from coal burning power plants, industrial boilers and cement kilns.

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    12. Veena Bricker appointed first chief human resources officer for Optiv Security

      Veena Bricker appointed first chief human resources officer for Optiv Security

      DENVER -- Accuvant and FishNet Security, which recently joined together to create Optiv Security, announced the appointment of Veena Bricker as the company’s first chief human resources officer. Bricker will be responsible for the company’s human capital strategy, including all aspects of leadership development and talent management. She will also play a critical role in shaping the culture of the new combined company as it moves into its next phase of growth.

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    13. Accuvant Names Denver Technology Veteran As HR Chief

      Denver-based Accuvant and Kansas-based FishNet Security--the two information security services providers that were recently acquired by Blackstone, and are still in the midst of being combined--said Thursday that they have named a longtime Denver technology veteran to head up its HR efforts. The company said it has named Veena Bricker as its Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). Bricker is responsible for leadership development and talent management at the company.

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    14. Houston firm pays MAVDevelopment $53.2M for Rally Software HQ

      BOULDER — A real estate investment firm from Houston has bought Rally Software Development Corp.’s headquarters at 3333 Walnut St. in Boulder for $53.2 million. Lionstone Investments bought the property from Ann Arbor, Mich.-based MAVDevelopment, which has a sizable portfolio in Colorado that includes land and buildings in the Harmony Technology Park in Fort Collins.

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    15. Boulder's Foundry Group hits it big in Fitbit IPO

      Boulder's Foundry Group hits it big in Fitbit IPO

      Count Boulder venture capital firm Foundry Group as the big winner in today’s IPO of wearable fitness device maker Fitbit Inc.. Foundry Group owns 28.9 percent of the San Francisco-based tech company, the largest single stake. Based on Fitbit’s $30.11 per-share price in mid-day trading Thursday, Foundry’s share of Fitbit as a public company is a few steps shy of $1.6 billion. Fitbit common stock (Nasdaq: FIT) went public at $20, rising more than 50 percent by lunchtime.

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    16. Denver Metro Area ranks No. 1 for economic and job growth, Greeley and Boulder in Top 10

      Denver Metro Area ranks No. 1 for economic and job growth, Greeley and Boulder in Top 10

      WESTBURY, N.Y. -- The Denver-Aurora-Broomfield Metro Area ranked first overall on a national list of leading metros for economic and job growth in 2015, according to Area Development magazine. Two other Colorado metros – Greeley and Boulder -- also placed on the magazine’s Top 10 list with Greeley ranking No. 4 and Boulder placing No. 9. Greeley led in the magazine’s “Year-Over-Year Growth” category rankings.

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    17. Co-working space planned for Old Town

      Co-working space planned for Old Town

      The Digital Workshop Center is expanding its office in Old Town Fort Collins to include a co-working space aimed at entrepreneurs, freelancers and other professionals. The center’s office at 324 Remington Street will grow by 1,850 square feet. The space will include three offices and a shared workspace, Digital Workshop Center owner Stu Crair said Wednesday. Crair, a marketing instructor at Colorado State University, has owned an operated DWC for about nine years.

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    18. Comcast Business brings 10-gig Ethernet services to Castle Rock businesses

      Comcast Business brings 10-gig Ethernet services to Castle Rock businesses

      CASTLE ROCK -- Comcast Business is bringing its full portfolio of Ethernet services to Castle Rock, the company announced. Capable of up to 10 gigbits-per-second, the services are specifically designed for businesses, hospitals and other organizations that require more capacity, multiple location networks or connection to a third-party data center, Comcast said.

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    19. Making Agile Work in a Traditional Software Development Environment

      Making Agile Work in a Traditional Software Development Environment

      Register for this event here! Are you going all in, or just getting your feet wet? Agile is past the tipping point and has gone mainstream. Today. not applying agile principles to current projects would be like not doing any kind of structured project management ten years ago. The agile pioneers promote an all in approach, saying you have to do it all to get the full value. That may be true, but nothing in the in the Agile Manifesto says how you must implement it.

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    20. Colorado CEOs hope Venture Summit handshakes lead to big deals

      Colorado CEOs hope Venture Summit handshakes lead to big deals

      This week's Colorado Venture Summit in Denver was billed as a networking event, to be sure. It was a chance for representatives from 57 venture capital firms to mingle, shake hands, and exchange cards with 50 CEOs of Colorado venture-backed companies. But besides networking, there's also reason to believe that handshakes at Thursday's summit could lead to next year's million-dollar deals.

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    21. LogRhythm appoints finance veteran Karen Blasing to directors board

      LogRhythm appoints finance veteran Karen Blasing to directors board

      BOULDER -- LogRhythm announced the appointment of Karen Blasing to its board of directors. Blasing most recently served as CFO and treasurer of Guidewire Software Inc., where she played a key role in the company’s rapid growth, successful IPO and its initial years as a public company. A veteran financial professional, Blasing has held positions including CFO at Force 10 Networks, senior VP of finance at Salesforce.com, VP and CFO at Nuance Communications and CFO at Counterpane Internet Security.

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    22. SendGrid acquires customer base of San Francisco-based Message Bus

      BOULDER —SendGrid Inc., an email delivery services provider based in Boulder, has acquired the customer base of San Francisco-based Mail Bypass Inc., which goes by the name Message Bus. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, nor was the number of customers Send Grid bought from Message Bus. Message Bus is a provider of cloud-based email infrastructure and sends more 300 million emails per month on behalf of its customers.

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