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    1. Denver tech company bought, moving to San Francisco

      Denver tech company bought, moving to San Francisco

      A Denver tech company has been purchased and will be moving all of its employees to San Francisco. The Silicon Valley Business Journal reported that three-year-old StatusPage was bought by software development collaboration company Atlassian (Nasdaq: TEAM) for an undisclosed price, and all 15 StatusPage employees will move to San Francisco. StatusPage makes software that allows companies to communicate with customers when the company's computer is down.

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    2. Denver Startup Week receives proposals for nearly 1,000 sessions

      Denver Startup Week receives proposals for nearly 1,000 sessions

      The organizers of Denver Startup Week received a total of 944 proposals for sessions in 2016. Until July 15, people can vote on which sessions they want to see and attend at the annual event being held this year from Sept. 12 to 16.

      "We continue to be blown away by the support for those looking to start and grow a business in our community," said Erik Mitisek, executive director of Project X-ITE at the University of Denver and co-founder of Denver Startup Week.

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    3. Sip & Connect gathers the tech community over local beer, wine and spirits Aug. 18th

      Sip & Connect gathers the tech community over local beer, wine and spirits Aug. 18th

      Sip & Connect is one of the largest, most energetic gatherings for Colorado’s tech community each year. The Colorado Technology Association, a 501(c)(6) dedicated to building a bright future for the state’s tech industry, hosts 600+ members of the tech community in a night free of tech that’s focused on connecting and enjoying Colorado’s finest breweries, wineries, distilleries, restaurants and artisans.

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    4. Hickenlooper Proclaims August 1-5 as Tech Week to Celebrate Colorado as a Tech Hub

      Hickenlooper Proclaims August 1-5 as Tech Week to Celebrate Colorado as a Tech Hub

      DENVER (June 29, 2016) – Governor John Hickenlooper proclaimed the week of August 1-5, 2016, as Tech Week to celebrate the innovative leaders and companies transforming Colorado into an internationally renowned tech hub. The entire technology and tech-enabled community — startup and enterprise companies, students and educators of tech, geeks, IT professionals and others — is encouraged to host an event or share their story of how Colorado has helped grow their business, both of which can be submitted for promotion through coloradotechweek.org...

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    5. Voting starts now for Denver Startup Week sessions

      Voting starts now for Denver Startup Week sessions

      Voting is open to decide this year’s line-up at Denver Startup Week.

      A record 944 sessions were proposed by the community to be presented as part of the fifth annual event, which is scheduled for Sept. 12-16. The program usually draws thousands of entrepreneurs from across the state and country.

      Now, the community is invited to vote on the topics that most interest them. Voting will take place at denverstartupweek.org through July 15.

      “We continue to be blown away by the support for those…

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    6. Galvanize To Open NYC Campus

      Galvanize To Open NYC Campus

      Galvanize , the dynamic tech learning community, today announced its new campus and debut of its NYC pop-up, featuring workspace for startups and established companies as well as networking. The new space will also build on Galvanize’s innovative partnership with IBM to host a new IBM Bluemix Garage – a physical hub where developers can collaborate with IBM experts to build on Bluemix, IBM’s cloud platform...

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    7. Colorado Technology Association announces organizational changes to expand leadership team

      Colorado Technology Association announces organizational changes to expand leadership team

      DENVER (June 28, 2016) – Colorado Technology Association (CTA) today announced that its senior leadership team has grown with the appointment of two executive roles. The strategic decisions are geared toward growing the membership experience and reinforcing the organization’s dedication to building and scaling key development initiatives.

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    8. Aims Community College wraps up year of Comcast partnership with computer giveaway

      Aims Community College wraps up year of Comcast partnership with computer giveaway

      Smaller Larger Related Media Aims Community College and Comcast recently gave away eight laptops and one iPad Air to low-income students as part of the organizations’ Internet Essentials program, which is designed to increase low-income student access to the internet at home. Colorado and Illinois are pilot states in the program, which completed its first year at Aims this year, according to an Aims news release.

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    9. Montrose one of 5 communities selected for federal broadband assistance

      Montrose one of 5 communities selected for federal broadband assistance

      Montrose is one of five communities that has been selected for federal assistance to improve its broadband service for the purposes of revitalization.

      The Western Slope town is slated to receive direct technical assistance from a team of experts to develop strategies and a plan for using broadband to create connected, economically vibrant main streets and small-town neighborhoods, officials say.

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    10. Innovate for Good 2016 challenges Denver to empower youth with up to $250K

      Innovate for Good 2016 challenges Denver to empower youth with up to $250K

      Rose Community Foundation has announced its Innovate for Good 2016 challenge. This year, the organization is calling for people to answer the following challenge: What idea could you bring to life to empower youth to make the community better?

      "We believe Denver's youth can do great things," says Lisa Robinson, Rose Community Foundation trustee and chair of the Innovate for Good Committee.

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    11. Tech founders boxing in Boulder? Entrepreneurs take to the ring (Slideshow)

      Tech founders boxing in Boulder? Entrepreneurs take to the ring (Slideshow)

      An unlikely fitness craze has swept the Boulder tech scene. Entrepreneurs and venture capitalists in the tech-savvy college city have been stepping into the ring, learning to jab and dodge punches, and go toe-to-toe in the most un-Boulder, non-geek pastime — boxing. Eighteen company founders and backers in this former hippy town have signed up to pound each other in USA Boxing-sanctioned bouts during next month’s Boulder Startup Week. David Mandell, a tech entrepreneur and founder of PivotDesk...

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