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    1. 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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    2. Hillary Clinton touts entrepreneurship, tech education at Denver's Galvanize (Video)

      Hillary Clinton touts entrepreneurship, tech education at Denver's Galvanize (Video)

      Hillary Clinton toured Denver’s Galvanize startup campus and software coding school Tuesday, calling it the kind of pioneering organization she hopes there will soon be more of in the U.S.

      The Democratic presidential candidate visited the day her campaign released proposals on jobs, tech policy, bolstering science and tech education and offering young entrepreneurs some relief from student loan debt.

      Clinton said she sought to learn about the approach to entrepreneurial education and starting…

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    3. 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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    4. 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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    5. Boulder-based 10-4 Systems lands $13.9M funding round

      Boulder-based 10-4 Systems lands $13.9M funding round

      BOULDER — 10-4 Systems Inc., a Boulder-based provider of supply-chain technology for freight carriers, brokers and shippers, has raised $13.9 million of series A financing led by GlobalTranz’s co-founder Andrew Leto.

      Along with the funding, 10-4 Systems has completed a spinoff from Arizona-based GlobalTranz, allowing 10-4 Systems to focus on product development and customer acquisition...

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    6. Hillary Clinton to tour Denver's Galvanize

      Hillary Clinton to tour Denver's Galvanize

      Hillary Clinton has scheduled a campaign stop Tuesday at Denver's Galvanize tech education and coworking facility in an appearance focused on workforce development.

      The Democratic presidential candidate's campaign said Monday that Clinton will tour the complex "and speak with Galvanize CEO Jim Deters about the links between technology, education, and workforce development and how we can build an economy that works for everyone — not just those at the top — with good jobs and a good education…

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    7. Colorado Technology Association starts tech internship accelerator

      Colorado Technology Association starts tech internship accelerator

      To encourage high schoolers to enter or consider careers in the booming tech industry, the Colorado Technology Association (CTA) partnered with Denver Public Schools and DPS CareerConnect and more than 20 civic and industry partners to launch the inaugural Civic Tech Internship Accelerator (CTIA). The new program for high schoolers was launched last week with 34 high school student interns...

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    8. Comcast buys home security tech company

      Comcast buys home security tech company

      Comcast Corp. — Colorado's largest cable provider — said that it agreed to acquire Austin, Texas-based Icontrol Networks, a company that creates technology and platforms for home security systems.

      Financial terms were not disclosed.

      In a note announcing the transaction, Dan Herscovici, Comcast’s senior vice president and general manager of Xfinity Home, said Icontrol has been an “important technology partner” for Comcast since the launch of the Xfinity Home security system in 2010.

      The…

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    9. Zayo Executive Sandi Mays Named Most Inspiring Woman in Comms

      Zayo Executive Sandi Mays Named Most Inspiring Woman in Comms

      andi Mays, CIO at Zayo Group Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: ZAYO), was named the “Most Inspiring Woman in Comms” at Light Reading’s 2016 Leading Lights awards. Zayo also earned top honors at the awards for its new Ethernet product, FlexConnect, in the “Most innovative Enterprise Service” category. The usage-based Ethernet product for cloud and data center connectivity provides an on-demand option for high-performance connectivity.

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    10. Denver mobile technology company acquired, plans to grow

      Denver mobile technology company acquired, plans to grow

      A New York City-based marketing technology company has acquired Denver-based Roximity, a small maker of tech that helps brands reach people when they’re inside stores.

      Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

      Roximity makes “beacons,” small pieces of hardware that retailers, restaurant owners and others put in stores, and the related software that can analyze the precise locations of smart phones being carried by consumers nearby.

      Roximity employs eight people in Denver. Verve’s ownership…

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    11. Colorado Springs forum seeks to raise profile of women as entrepreneurs

      Colorado Springs forum seeks to raise profile of women as entrepreneurs

      Edelweiss German Restaurant was filled with women - and a couple of men - Tuesday evening looking to learn about the area's economic standing and raise funds for female entrepreneurs.

      The picture painted by Tatiana Bailey, director of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs's economic forum, was pleasant for the most part.

      The median salary of posted jobs in the Springs last month stands at $63,755, surpassing the state's $60,500 figure, she explained during her presentation.

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    12. Denver-area tech job growth may cool in late 2016

      Denver-area tech job growth may cool in late 2016

      The breakneck growth of technology jobs may slow a little in the Denver area during the second half of 2016. Growth and hiring still look to be strong, but the local number of tech executives planning to add new positions later this year has dipped, and slightly more executives say they won’t replace workers that leave or plan to cut IT jobs, according to a survey issued Tuesday by Robert Half Technology. The percentage of executives planning to add new jobs dropped four percentage points from…

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