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    1. Couragion named "Startup of the Year" at 16th annual APEX Awards

      Couragion named "Startup of the Year" at 16th annual APEX Awards

      The Colorado Technology Association (CTA) held its 16th annual APEX Awards, which recognizes the accomplishments of Colorado technology companies. The CTA recognized 10 people and companies for their achievements in the past year. The Startup of the Year award was granted to Couragion, which aims to help students get into STEM careers. Couragion was selected as the most promising tech company under two years of age.

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    2. Special Report: Colorado Technology Association awards 2016

      Special Report: Colorado Technology Association awards 2016

      The 16th annual APEX Awards, hosted by Colorado Technology Association, held Nov. 9, recognized the exceptional individuals, companies and accomplishments of Colorado’s technology community. After individual and company nominations from across the state were submitted, a panel of judges and past APEX Award winner committees narrowed down the field.

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    3. Inside Denver's Coolest New Co-Working Space

      Inside Denver's Coolest New Co-Working Space

      Original art, a massage center, a rooftop deck, an open bar...you might rightly ask how anyone gets anything done in such an environment. But designing offices to feel a little less like work is the intent of real estate developer Grant Barnhill, whose adventures in co-working began when he found himself with extra space to rent in one of his office buildings in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood a few years back...

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    4. Inside DU's new $60 million STEM facility (Photos)

      Inside DU's new $60 million STEM facility (Photos)

      The University of Denver's five-story, $60 million STEM building that houses the Engineering and Computer Science School officially opened Friday. The 110,000-square-foot space includes communal spaces, a machine shop and classrooms for things like mechatronics systems engineering, robotics and bioengineering. It also will house the new Knoebel Institute for Health Aging...

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    5. New CEO named for cybersecurity center in Colorado Springs

      New CEO named for cybersecurity center in Colorado Springs

      The National Cybersecurity Center didn't have to go far to find its first CEO. The center's board selected Ed Rios, vice chairman of its Cyber Institute and a Colorado Springs-based cybersecurity consultant, to head the center as of Saturday.

      Board members unanimously selected Rios from 13 applicants, including two other finalists who were interviewed by the board, said Ed Anderson, the center's interim executive director...

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    6. Colorado Tech Summit returns to Denver

      Colorado Tech Summit returns to Denver

      The technology sector now makes up more than 11 percent of Colorado's. To support further growth, the Colorado Technology Association will host the Colorado Tech Summit on Oct. 19 at the Denver Marriott Tech Center. Gov. John Hickenlooper will open one of the sessions discussing cybersecurity and Colorado's role in the industry...

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    7. Denver Startup Week breaks registration record

      Denver Startup Week breaks registration record

      Registration for free events at 2016 Denver Startup Week, now underway, has broken all previous attendance records since the event was launched in 2012. At the kickoff Monday, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said he hoped the entrepreneurial event would attract 11,000 people. But event organizers announced Wednesday that 12,500 people have registered for the 300 events across the city. Last year, organizers were thrilled when more than 10,000 people attended events during Denver Startup Week...

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    8. JPMorgan Chase gives grants to 4 Colorado nonprofits to kick off Denver Startup Week

      JPMorgan Chase gives grants to 4 Colorado nonprofits to kick off Denver Startup Week

      JPMorgan Chase is kicking off the 2016 Denver Startup Week Monday by handing out checks to four Colorado nonprofits that each have a mission to help launch startups.

      The mega-bank has earmarked $240,000 for the Colorado organizations — each will get $60,000.

      One of the grants will go to The Commons on Champa — a downtown Denver nonprofit co-working and event venue that the city, Downtown Denver Partnership and the Colorado Technology Association opened in May 2015...

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    9. Innosphere, Mergelane win $50,000 SBA prizes

      Innosphere, Mergelane win $50,000 SBA prizes

      Business incubator Innosphere in Fort Collins and startup accelerator Mergelane in Boulder are among 68 groups that each have won $50,000 as winners of the Small Business Administration’s third annual Growth Accelerator Fund Competition.

      The winners, in 32 states and the District of Columbia, will receive a total of $3.4 million in prizes to boost the economic impact of accelerators...

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    10. Registration is open for 5th annual Denver Startup Week

      Registration is open for 5th annual Denver Startup Week

      Denver Startup Week organizers have announced their line-up for the fifth annual event, bringing entrepreneurs from the across the country for a week of intense workshops, nitty-gritty talks from CEOs who have been there and details on what it takes for startups to catch the eye of investors. Registration is open f or the more than 200 events scheduled for Sept. 12-16 in downtown Denver, at what organizers call "base camp" at 1515 Araphahoe St....

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    11. Denver Startup Week Challenge will offer awards to most innovative startups

      Denver Startup Week Challenge will offer awards to most innovative startups

      It's almost time for Denver Startup Week, and already things are heating up. Event organizers and the University of Denver's Project X-ite recently announced the Denver Startup Week Challenge, asking the most innovative companies in Denver to give their best pitched to a panel of judges. The best pitch will win awards, which have not yet been named.

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