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    1. Growth Achieved by enabling startups

      Growth Achieved by enabling startups

      Shifting toward a vision as a fully integrated food company 1579_ 7/7/14 - We are at the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Finalists Reception  speaking with Todd Dutkin, CEO, Fresca Foods. Since 2003, Todd has helped transform Fresca Foods from a small frozen foods manufacturer into a paradigm shifting supply chain partner, and now toward a vision as a fully integrated food company. During this time, Todd has led Fresca to 45%+ annual growth each year.

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    2. 8 reasons why B2B thrives in Colorado

      8 reasons why B2B thrives in Colorado

      The tech industry in Colorado is known for its success in building B2B companies: in fact, in 2013 21 B2B web businesses raised over $103 million from investors. (How is that for some positive attention?) Many have speculated that this B2B success is due to the nature of Colorado's acclaimed work-life balance, which allows for the creation of quality relationships. But that only brushes the surface.

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    3. Transformed small frozen foods manufacturer

      Transformed small frozen foods manufacturer

      Shifting toward a vision as a fully integrated food company 1579_ 7/7/14 - We are at the Mountain Desert Region EY Entrepreneur of the Year Finalists Reception at the Governor's Mansion here in Denver, Colorado, speaking with Todd Dutkin, CEO, Fresca Foods. Since 2003, Todd has helped transform Fresca Foods from a small frozen foods manufacturer into a paradigm shifting supply chain partner, and now toward a vision as a fully integrated food company.

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    4. Boulder pair disrupts outdoor-gear storage with high-tech lockers

      Boulder pair disrupts outdoor-gear storage with high-tech lockers

      The University of Colorado students were tasked with crafting a business plan for their entrepreneurship certificate when one of them showed up to a meeting bummed that thieves had stolen his skis off the resort rack the previous weekend. Another student still was paying for two bikes stolen on the Boulder campus.

      The thefts sparked the idea for SnowGate, a ski locker system that aims to transform outdoor storage with a B-Cycle-type kiosk networked with an Uber-like app.

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    5. State offers tax credits to startup investors

      DENVER The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade has announced that it will make the online application process for the Advanced Industry Investment Tax Credit available in early September.House Bill 1012, passed this year, allows investors who put money into qualified small businesses in...

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    6. 2 Boulder startups tapped to join Techstars Disney Accelerator

      2 Boulder startups tapped to join Techstars Disney Accelerator

      It’s no coincidence that two of Boulder’s most imaginative tech startups were selected to join the inaugural Disney Accelerator class this summer. Interactive learning toy maker Ubooly and robotic ball maker Sphero are two of the 11 participants in the three-month program. The Disney Accelerator will be based in LA, the heart of the nation’s entertainment and creativity industry, so that participants can make industry connections and also just let their imaginations run wild.

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    7. GoFundMe donors in metro Denver raise nearly $4 million

      GoFundMe donors in metro Denver raise nearly $4 million

      People are opening their pockets in metro Denver to help community members in need, according to the latest news from GoFundMe.

      More than $3.7 million has been raised within a 50-mile radius of Denver since the crowdfunding site launched in 2010, according to company spokeswoman Kelsea Little.

      Medical, education, and volunteer categories are most popular on the GoFundMe site, which has raised more than $340 million site-wide.

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    8. Gnip, Twitter, Datalogix, and VC Rounds Top Colorado Stories for 2Q

      Gnip, Twitter, Datalogix, and VC Rounds Top Colorado Stories for 2Q

      It was a good spring for Colorado’s startups and tech companies, with Twitter’s acquisition of Gnip and big venture rounds earning headlines. Here’s recap of some of the second quarter’s biggest stories. -Twitter Buys Gnip Gnip, a Boulder-based startup founded in 2008, and Twitter have been partners for years. This April, that relationship got closer when Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) bought Gnip for an undisclosed price.

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    9. Denver On The Rocks, a pleasure to introduce to you!

      Posted By Justin Ker, Car2Go, Tuesday, April 08, 2014

      Justin Ker, Business Development and Marketing Manager of car2go, is proud to launch his passionate side venture called Denver On The Rocks.

      A pleasure to introduce to you!

      We are Denver On The Rocks, and you are receiving the first email to our local email list! My name is Jason Rothrock, the Founder, and I cannot wait to tell you about the app we built for you.

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