1. Articles in category: Innovation & Entrepreneurship

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    1. Innovate! Longmont receives state economic development designation

      Innovate! Longmont receives state economic development designation

      The Innovate! Longmont programs has been designated a North Metro Enterprise Zone Contribution Project by the Colorado Economic Development Commission. Projects with this designation encourage community participation and public/private partnerships resulting in job creation or retention and business expansion to revitalize Enterprise Zone areas, according to a Longmont Economic Development Partnership news release.

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    2. Wells Fargo debuts banking app for Uber drivers, other gig workers

      Wells Fargo debuts banking app for Uber drivers, other gig workers

      Wells Fargo has created a banking app designed for the income volatility that comes with driving for Uber, delivering for Postmates or working other gig-economy jobs. The San Francisco-based bank created the standalone Greenhouse app to allow consumers to simplify their bills and make it easier to see how much money they have to spend by maintaining two balances. 

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    3. Area man's super app tracks Denver dockless bikes and scooters from multiple companies - Denverite, the Denver site!

      Area man's super app tracks Denver dockless bikes and scooters from multiple companies - Denverite, the Denver site!

      David Mintzer, a fine gentleman who develops mobility apps as a hobby, is the latest proof that not all heroes wear capes. He has created an app to save Denverites from the hassle of opening six different apps to see where the nearest dockless scooter or bike-share bicycle is located in Denver. His app locates rides from most of the companies currently operating in the city. That’s handy, considering there are now well over 2,800 scooters and bikes from six different companies scattered throughout the city.

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    4. Colorado startup starts shipping snow-fighting robots, but expects lawn maintenance to be the money-maker

      Colorado startup starts shipping snow-fighting robots, but expects lawn maintenance to be the money-maker

      There’s a flurry of activity up in Longmont as a startup there prepares to launch a fleet of snow-fighting robots. As winter gets ready for another season, Left Hand Robotics’s 14-person team is working to ship out 20 SnowBot Pro machines to a variety of clients, including one of the country’s largest colleges and some municipalities that are looking to cut down on personnel and overtime costs when it comes to clearing unpredictable snow.

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    5. Bird launches platform for individuals to manage their own fleets of scooters

      Bird launches platform for individuals to manage their own fleets of scooters

      Now any one can have his or her own flock of Birds. Bird Rides Inc. has launched Bird Platform, a suite of technologies, products and services that will enable individuals to manage their own fleets of shared e-scooters. The program is aimed at local business owners, such as bike rental companies, and entrepreneurs.

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    6. 18th annual APEX Awards spotlight state’s tech leaders

      18th annual APEX Awards spotlight state’s tech leaders

      DENVER -- Colorado Technology Association (CTA) hosted its 18th annual APEX Awards, presented by Accenture at the Seawell Grand Ballroom, to recognize the leaders, companies and accomplishments that have contributed to the success of the state’s technology sector.

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    7. Denver and Fort Collins among nine cities to win $1M in innovative U.S. Mayors Challenge

      Denver and Fort Collins among nine cities to win $1M in innovative U.S. Mayors Challenge

      Denver and Fort Collins are among nine cities named winners of a yearlong competition that challenged city leaders to uncover and test bold, inventive ideas to confront the toughest problems faced by cities today. Bloomberg today announced at CityLab Detroit the winners of the Bloomberg Philanthropies U.S. Mayors Challenge.

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    8. Denver wins Bloomberg prize to build air sensor network

      Denver wins Bloomberg prize to build air sensor network

      Denver will receive $1 million from Bloomberg Philanthropies to fund a network of air-quality sensors at local schools — a “smart city” technology on a larger scale than any other U.S. city has directly attempted, according to city officials. The city was to be announced as one of nine winners of the U.S. Mayors Challenge on Monday morning.

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