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    1. Two-thirds of Denver tech managers plan on hiring more people in 2018

      Two-thirds of Denver's tech hiring managers said they plan on adding more people to their teams later this year. That's according to a new report from staffing firm Robert Half Technology, which indicated that 87 percent of hiring managers are seeing a lot more tech workers move to Denver because of opportunities here. Nationally, 60 percent of hiring managers said they plan on adding tech jobs this year, according to Robert Half. What are the hot tech jobs in Denver?

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    2. Front Range business leaders join the startups they’re helping

      Front Range business leaders join the startups they’re helping

      Seven business leaders are looking to grow the success rate of later-stage startups by taking an entirely new approach to the accelerator concept. Growth Sherpas is a new accelerator with partners in Boulder, Longmont, Denver and Castle Rock. Rather than the traditional accelerator, where several (usually early-stage) startups join and graduate a program during a certain amount of time and get advice and guidance from mentors, Growth Sherpas is taking a more embedded approach.

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    3. Ibotta CEO Bryan Leach Named A 2018 Top CEO By Glassdoor

      DENVER, June 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Ibotta CEO Bryan Leach today was named one of the Top CEOs in 2018 in the U.S. SMB category by Glassdoor , one of the world's largest job and recruiting sites. Leach was honored with a Glassdoor Employees' Choice Award for receiving an impressive approval rating based on the anonymous and voluntary reviews Ibotta employees shared on Glassdoor throughout the past year.

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    4. Spanish telecom startup moves to Boulder, plans to hire in key positions

      Spanish telecom startup moves to Boulder, plans to hire in key positions

      BOULDER — Teltoo, a telecommunications startup that recently went through the Upramp accelerator, has relocated to Boulder and is hiring a chief operations officer and employees. Teltoo is a decentralized, software-only video delivery technology that helps network operators and content owners to handle traffic spikes and optimize delivery costs for live video streaming. The company is creating solutions that can eliminate the annoying lag and buffering that can come with streaming video.

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    5. Aurora tech firm acquired by Connecticut credit union

      DaLand Solutions, an Aurora-based technology and professional services provider to credit unions across the country, announced Wednesday that it was acquired by Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union. Based in Rocky Hill, Connecticut, Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union has 39,000 members and $450 million in assets. The news release said it is one of the largest credit unions in the country. 

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    6. UCHealth to become big tenant in Catalyst HTI building in RiNo

      UCHealth said it will become one of the largest tenants in the Catalyst Health-Tech Innovation building, now under construction in Denver's River North neighborhood. At the development, located on the west side of Brighton Boulevard between 35th and 36th Streets, UCHealth said it plans to build an innovation lab with a “hospital room of the future, a space to test equipment and devices and actually create a new type of clinical setting."

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    7. Entrepreneurs gather at “hackathon” to learn skills, test ideas – The Denver Post

      It all started with a high school field trip. After traveling to Costa Rica with her classmates, Jenny Rudnicki, 24, knew she wanted to do something to help women gain access to education –- particularly in more remote areas. “I met this 3-year-old girl who you could tell was quite bright and just by where she was growing up it didn’t seem like she’d have access to technology at all, and her education will be limited,” Rudnicki said.

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    8. Is Denver a New Kind of Tech Town? Positively.

      Is Denver a New Kind of Tech Town? Positively.

      Tech Denver has long been the playground of craft brewers and the outdoorsy types, but thanks to a booming economy, growing metro area, and intelligent workforce, it’s now also a technology hotspot. Yet unlike Silicon Valley with its cut-throat reputation , Denver is a *different* kind of tech town: one that’s as supportive as it is smart, an idea as refreshing as the Rocky Mountain air. It’s no secret that Denver’s a peak business destination.

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    9. Fast-growing Colorado tech company signs big lease at 5500 South Quebec

      The owner of a Denver Tech Center office building said a fast-growing Colorado tech company has signed a big lease. Northstar Commercial Partners said internet distribution company Pax8 has signed a 74,068-square-foot agreement at 5500 South Quebec that will fill the majority of the property's entire remaining vacancy. Northstar bought the 204,945-square-foot 5500 South Quebec building $16,150,000 in 2015.

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    10. Hickenlooper signs workforce development, opioid-treatment bills

      Gov. John Hickenlooper on Tuesday participated in the final public bill-signing of his eight-year term as Colorado’s highest elected official, and he also signed into law another bill that could pump significant money into the fight against opioid abuse.

      Surrounded by dozens of department heads and lobbyists, Hickenlooper inked House Bill 1266, which extends the two-year-old Career Development Success Pilot Program that reimburses school districts and charter schools who complete internships,…

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    11. The former Google Ventures may give scooter company Lime's unicorn round a push to $250M

      Funding for scooter sharing companies is multiplying almost as fast as they are appearing on city streets and sidewalks, with news on Tuesday that Lime is lining up a $250 million round. Axios cited unnamed sources who said that GV (formerly Google Ventures) has agreed to lead the massive round for San Mateo-based Neutron Holdings Inc., the company that operates on-demand bike and scooter business Lime.

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