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    1. Parametrix 3D-prints Denver skyline

      Parametrix 3D-prints Denver skyline

      Parametrix is a Denver startup making printed 3D products like pots and practical items like replacement lids for Nalgene bottles.

      Josh and Haley Goldstein, husband and wife and architect and graphic designer, respectively, own the company. Josh makes the designs using algorithmic scripts and his wife designs the packaging and is doing the marketing.

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    2. Mayor to honor city’s ‘young leaders’

      Mayor to honor city’s ‘young leaders’

      The City of Colorado Springs has announced the nominees for its inaugural Mayor’s Young Leader Awards, five of whom will be honored during an event next week. One recipient will be chosen in each of the five award categories — future industries, economic impact, creative industry, innovation in education and innovation in sports and wellness… Continue Reading Mayor to honor city’s ‘young leaders’

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    3. Regional report: Northern Colorado

      Regional report: Northern Colorado

      Northern Colorado boasts some of the state’s fastest growing communities, and area businesses have been key participants in that surge.

      The business triangle of Fort Collins, Greeley and Loveland has benefited from construction and staff expansions at large companies such as Avago Technologies and Leprino Foods, while innovative startups have taken advantage of incubators, entrepreneurial competitions and other support from economic-development groups.

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    4. JAB: Bridging the digital divide

      JAB: Bridging the digital divide

      With more than 750 employees and annual revenues topping $100 million, JAB Wireless Inc. might be the biggest Colorado company you’ve never heard of.

      Founded in 2006, the Englewood-based firm has become the largest fixed-wireless broadband service provider in the country, with more than 175,000 customers in 15 states, including 35,000 customers in Colorado. Its primary services are high-speed Internet access and digital telephone, mainly in underserved rural and exurban areas.

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    5. Palmer students win Best in State app challenge

      Palmer students win Best in State app challenge

      A group of Palmer High School students recently won Best in State in the third Verizon Innovative App Challenge. The competition tasked students to develop a concept for a mobile application that would solve a problem in their school or community. The winning students’ concept focused on creating new ways for teens to get involved… Continue Reading Palmer students win Best in State app challenge

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    6. 9 game-changing innovations that came from Denver

      9 game-changing innovations that came from Denver

      Innovation is the driving force behind American business. If we weren't constantly creating new products, our country of entrepreneurs would never be able to carve out new markets and push the dream forward. So let's take a moment to appreciate the inquiring minds of the world, the ones who solve problems with creative solutions, and the ones who made their dreams a reality. Here are nine inventions and ideas (big and small) that were born in the Denver area. They are in no particular order. 1.…

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