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    1. 3 Colorado companies you wish you worked for

      3 Colorado companies you wish you worked for

      Colorado tech companies have some of the most unique startup company cultures out there with their brew-tastic offices and fitness-centered teams. Luckily, Colorado tech companies are also growing quickly and hiring. Here's three companies that you could work for that are working on amazing tech products while building up solid teams and company cultures.

      What they do:

      Provide online fitness business management software

      Their company culture:

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    2. Denver software companies urge the city to changes its tax stance

      Denver software companies urge the city to changes its tax stance

      About three dozen software industry members on Tuesday told Denver officials that taxing software sales in the city will hurt local tech industry job growth and is already scaring away businesses. In meeting convened by the Colorado Technology Association trade group in the wake of recent audits of Denver software companies, entrepreneurs urged City Treasurer Steve Ellington and city economist Jeff Romine to change the city’s interpretation of a 1987 code under which the city asserts nearly any…

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    3. Car sharing marketplace

      Car sharing marketplace

      Service that brings together car owners and drivers 1573_ 6/30/14 - Lucy Sanders, CEO for the National Center for Women and Information Technology or NCWIT along with Larry Nelson, Director of w3w3® Media Network interviewed Robin Chase who is founder and CEO of Buzzcar, a service that brings together car owners and drivers in a car sharing marketplace. Buzzcar.com empowers individuals to take control of their mobility, without looking to governments or big businesses for solutions.

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    4. SunShare’s Colorado Springs Community Solar Garden already sold out before construction begins

      SunShare’s Colorado Springs Community Solar Garden already sold out before construction begins

      DENVER – The nation’s largest privately developed and subscribed Community Solar Garden to be built by SunShare In Colorado Springs is already sold-out, SunShare announced.

      Construction on the 10,000-plus solar panel installation is set to begin this fall and will be big enough to power more than 500 average homes.

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    5. XperienceSTEM Conference

      Posted By Wendy Nkomo, Colorado Technology Association (CTA), Thursday, June 26, 2014 The XperienceSTEM conference allows educators to get direct 1st person experiences in STEM learning that are designed to be extraordinary, personally relevant, and operate on intellectual, physical, and emotional levels-- precisely what high quality STEM education looks like. It’shands-on, minds-on, inquiry based learning at its best.

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