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    1. Finally: Venture funding finds its way to Colorado Springs

      Finally: Venture funding finds its way to Colorado Springs

      By Wayne Heilman wayneh@gazette.com -

      Pathar Inc., a small Colorado Springs software startup, was the only local company to receive venture funding in the first quarter, with $650,000 coming from a Chicago fund.

      Even with the transaction, the Colorado Springs area remains well behind northern Colorado in attracting such investments.

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    2. 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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    3. New Denver networking site TwoNoo fosters friendship, volunteerism

      New Denver networking site TwoNoo fosters friendship, volunteerism

      Meet people. Do stuff.

      The mission is simple at TwoNoo, an online networking site launched in Denver in October. Designed to help people make new friends with similar interests, such platforms are on the rise in Colorado.

      "It comes from a play on two people doing something new," founder Steve Keefe said of the name. "The goal is to make it a one-stop place for any type of event or activity."

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    4. Heck yeah, we're from Boulder: Sphero

      Heck yeah, we're from Boulder: Sphero

      Heck yeah, we’re from Boulder: Sphero

      By Tamara Chuang Tech Reporter Tamara Chuang Add a comment Print Print SMS Tweet Topics Boulder, foundry group, Heck ya, heck yeah, Ollie, robots, sphero, toys

      Welcome to our new feature highlighting the numerous Colorado tech companies that make cool stuff. These little snippets are intended for readers to explore the technology being made right here. One company at a time, of course.

      Sphero

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    5. Denver's iTriage asks you to take the quiz, test your health knowledge

      Denver's iTriage asks you to take the quiz, test your health knowledge

      Denver innovator iTriage on Tuesday launched a website aimed at improving the low health literacy of Americans. "Health literacy," as defined by the 7-year-old health care technology company, is the degree to which people can acquire and comprehend the basic information they need to make good decisions regarding their health.

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    6. Simple Energy Flips Switch on E-Commerce Site for Utility Customers

      Simple Energy Flips Switch on E-Commerce Site for Utility Customers

      Explaining how you can save money, and maybe the planet, by cutting energy consumption is simple. Getting people to change their behavior is not.

      Simple Energy, a software company in Boulder, CO, has made solving that challenge its mission since it was founded in 2011, and now it has what it thinks is a powerful new tool.

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    7. Denver Short-Term Rentals

      Denver Short-Term Rentals

      Owners seeking to rent their homes to vacationing visitors would have to be primary residents with permits and would pay the city's lodger's tax under regulations being discussed by the Denver City Council's Sharing Economy Task Force.

      The task force, which formed last spring in response to the growth of ride-sharing operations such as Uber and Lyft as well as the growth of vacation rentals, met Monday to discuss potential zoning regulations for the surging short-term rental industry.

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    8. Colorado Tech Weekly #89: 50 Startups, 70 Awards and One Refocus

      Colorado Tech Weekly #89: 50 Startups, 70 Awards and One Refocus

      (I completely forgot to post Colorado Tech Weekly 88 to BuiltinColorado last week! I'm so sorry BuiltinColorado community!)

      Colorado Tech Weekly brings you the top 10  technology stories of the past week and the best upcoming local tech events every Monday morning!

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    9. High There! Weed-friendly Tinder launches

      High There! Weed-friendly Tinder launches

      Based on a Tinder-like interface, High There! is designed to connect marijuana enthusiasts with each other. The new app, which launched on both IOS and Android devices, was developed to help cannabis consumers share their experiences with marijuana.

      It's proving popular. In a little more than a week, the app already had more than 10,000 downloads, and that number is growing by about 2,000 new users a day.

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    10. Denver a top 10 city for IT job growth

      Denver a top 10 city for IT job growth

      Denver is ranked among 10 "hot cities for IT pros in 2015" by InformationWeek. The business-technology news outlet used data for the year ending in January from tech jobs site Dice.com to compare markets with at least 500 information-technology job listings. "Recruiters at both Eliassen and Mondo picked Denver among their hottest IT hiring markets so far in 2015," the report says.

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    11. Denver-based Gociety connects adventurers, outdoor enthusiasts

      Denver-based Gociety connects adventurers, outdoor enthusiasts

      Gociety has a straightforward motto: "Get outside, be awesome."

      The Denver-based social networking site provides a forum for adventurous people to connect and explore together.

      The business model is simple: Plenty of people want to ski, hike, bike, camp and enjoy the outdoors; they just need fellow adventurers to join them.

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    12. 10 entrepreneurs, 10 health care problems, 10 days to find solutions

      10 entrepreneurs, 10 health care problems, 10 days to find solutions

      For 10 years or so, early-career entrepreneurs have come together at events like startup camps and small-business incubator meetings to try to get a venture off the ground. But Tom Higley — who has started six companies and worked as CEO of two others over the past 20 years — muses that no efforts have been made to bring together proven entrepreneurs to find market-based solutions to societal problems. As of Tuesday, however, Higley is taking on that effort himself.

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