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    1. Longmont Startup Week designed to showcase Longmont as a hub for startups

      Longmont Startup Week designed to showcase Longmont as a hub for startups

      LONGMONT — Longmont Startup Week kicks off today as a way to highlight Longmont’s entrepreneurs to the region. The goal is for anybody looking to start a business, invest in a business or wants to understand what is going on in the community to be inspired and educated by startup week, said Janine Ledingham, director of local business & startup community development for the Longmont Economic Development Partnership.

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    2. Denver startup Havenly seeks distance from VC amid sexual harassment controversy

      Havenly, a female-led Denver tech startup, is asking a one of its main investors to terminate its board relationship as allegations of unwanted sexual advances by one of the venture capital firm's founders shakes Silicon Valley.

      Technology blog The Information broke the news last week of female entrepreneurs saying Binary Capital co-founder and partner Justin Caldbeck made advances when they sought advice or talked about backing for startups, and that Caldbeck had a history of questionable behavior…

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    3. Colorado ranks high among big states for startup activity, report says

      Colorado ranks high among big states for startup activity, report says

      It looks like 2016 was a good year for Colorado entrepreneurs. Among the 25 largest states by population, Colorado was among the top five for startup activity, according to the 2017 Kauffman Index on Startup Activity released today. Kauffman releases a series of studies each year that also look at main street entrepreneurship and growth startups. This report looks at the:

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    4. Startups no more? Denver's maturing tech scene getting funded and finding tech workers

      Startups no more? Denver's maturing tech scene getting funded and finding tech workers

      Used-car app Blinker takes aim at market dominated by Craigslist, eBay VictorOps, which has added 15 of its 60 employees since November, is also among a growing number of Colorado technology companies maturing beyond startup mode. Even as many startups fail, dozens of others are attracting millions in venture capital, hiring like mad and giving hope to the many other founders starting a venture of their own here.

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