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    1. Future of Work Initiative: Denver Fall Dinner Executive Discussions

      Denver's economy is growing well above the national rate, helping to spur a shortage ofhigh-calibre talent. So what are small and medium-size companies to do to get ahead of the gap? This quarter's Future of Work dinner is a unique opportunity to discuss these and other pressing issues with your peers in a safe, vendor-free environment. At 7:30pm, Frannie Matthews, President & CEO of the Colorado Technology Association, will give a special brief presentation titled "How Did We Get Here?" 

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    2. Largest Free Entrepreneurial Event to Be Held in Denver

      Largest Free Entrepreneurial Event to Be Held in Denver

      Denver Startup Week, September 24-28, is Celebrating its 7th year Denver Startup Week is a high-impact showcase of the energy, talent, community and business success that makes Denver the best place in the country to start and grow a business. DENVER Denver Startup Week, the largest free entrepreneurial event of its kind, returns to Downtown Denver for the seventh year September 24-28.

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    3. Denver Startup Week launches Sept. 24

      Denver Startup Week launches Sept. 24

      Denver Startup Week will take place Sept. 24 to 28 across Denver. The event, which features panels and activities surrounding Denver’s startup community, features six main tracks this year: designer, developer, founder, growth, maker and product. There are also several topics and industry clusters: IOT, healthtech, cannabis and blockchain. Basecamp for Denver Startup Week will be located downtown in The Commons at 1245 Champa Street and will be sponsored by Chase for Business.

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    4. The Term Sheet: Startup funding roundup for August 2018

      The Term Sheet: Startup funding roundup for August 2018

      Startups across the state raised $90.2 million in the month of August. That compares to $155 million in funding in August 2017 and $70 million in August 2016. Denver startups accounted for the majority of funding, bringing in $53 million, according to a tally of Form Ds filed through the SEC. Boulder startups raised $13.3 million, while young companies throughout the rest of the state raised $22 million.

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    5. Greeley ag-tech company raises nearly $9 million

      Greeley ag-tech company raises nearly $9 million

      Xiant Technologies Inc., an agricultural-tech company, has raised nearly $9 million in capital. The Greeley-based company raised $8,999,941, according to a Form D filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Aug. 16. The company raised the funds through an equity offering, as well as an option to acquire other securities and securities to be acquired upon exercise of an option. The date of first sale was Aug. 8.

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    6. Colorado Smart Cities Symposium

      Colorado Smart Cities Symposium

      This experience will bring together civic-minded leaders from enterprise, government, academia, research, impact investors, startups and nonprofits to dive deep into what it takes to create a state full of connected communities. This one-day, single-track event also will feature a showcase of cutting-edge technologies and smart city solutions. Together, we can create the ultimate citizen experience, one partnership at a time.

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    7. SBA Office of Advocacy - Regional Regulatory Roundtable - Colorado Springs

      Please join the Office of Advocacy for a roundtable discussion of federal regulatory issues impacting your small business. Advocacy is also inviting Colorado Congressional offices and key federal agencies to hear your concerns about federal regulations and other issues you may be facing with your small business. The Colorado Springs roundtable will take place at the Marriott on Tech Center Drive beginning at 8:30am on August 9.

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    8. Airbnb data startup checks out of coworking; leases in LoDo

      Airbnb data startup checks out of coworking; leases in LoDo

      Shared office space is no longer doing the trick for one Denver data startup. AirDNA, which sells data on the short term rental market, is checking out of its Platte St. Galvanize office of two years. In August the startup will move into a LoDo office four times the size at 1523 15th St. as it prepares to nearly double its Denver staff in the next six months.

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    9. Catalyze CU accelerator concludes summer cohort

      Catalyze CU accelerator concludes summer cohort

      Catalyze CU, a 10-week, summer startup accelerator designed for University of Colorado students, faculty, and staff, concluded its 2018 cohort by hosting its fifth annual Demo Day this week. This year’s cohort focused on a range of technologies and products in areas such as smart home technology, natural foods, STEM and agriculture tech, among others.

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    10. Peak Startup, SSPR gear up for annual startup week

      Peak Startup, SSPR gear up for annual startup week

      An annual five-day celebration of the local startup community is about a month away. Peak Startup is hosting Colorado Springs Startup Week, which runs Aug. 20-24, through Tech Stars that promotes Startup Weeks globally. The event also has three track sponsors, including the Pikes Peak Workforce Center, locally based SSPR and the Colorado Institute for Social Impact.

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    11. Exponential Impact Demo Day

      Exponential Impact Demo Day

      Exponential Impact (XI) is an early-stage technology accelerator in Colorado Springs focused on technology startups immersed in AI, Cybersecurity, or Blockchain technology. XI provides holistic mentoring that focus on the entire entrepreneur with a tailored mentorship model, educational programming structure, and seed funding. On average teams receive $35,000 in exchange for 4-7% in equity for the 11-week accelerator program.

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    12. Spanish telecom startup moves to Boulder, plans to hire in key positions

      Spanish telecom startup moves to Boulder, plans to hire in key positions

      BOULDER — Teltoo, a telecommunications startup that recently went through the Upramp accelerator, has relocated to Boulder and is hiring a chief operations officer and employees. Teltoo is a decentralized, software-only video delivery technology that helps network operators and content owners to handle traffic spikes and optimize delivery costs for live video streaming. The company is creating solutions that can eliminate the annoying lag and buffering that can come with streaming video.

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    13. Global insight and analysis company DTN acquires Purdue ag precision startup

      Printer-friendly version MINNEAPOLIS and WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Officials from DTN, a global insight and analysis company, announced Friday (March 30) that the company has closed its acquisition of ag precision technology company Spensa Technologies Inc., in a strategic move to expand its global agricultural business and mobile presence.

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