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    1. 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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    2. 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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    3. 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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    4. Arrow Electronics to feature semi-autonomous car at Pike's Peak event

      Arrow Electronics to feature semi-autonomous car at Pike's Peak event

      Arrow Electronics Inc. said it will be a sponsor of the annual Pike's Peak International Hill Climb and show off its semi-autonomous motorcar (SAM) at the event. This year is the 100th anniversary of the event, and Centennial-based Arrow (NYSE: ARW) said Sam Schmidt, a former IndyCar driver who was injured in a racing crash in 2000 and is unable to use his arms or legs, will drive the car. Schmidt uses only his head to steer, accelerate and brake the semi-autonomous motorcar (SAM).

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    5. 13 local firms named to Colorado OEDIT’s ‘Companies to Watch’ list

      13 local firms named to Colorado OEDIT’s ‘Companies to Watch’ list

      DENVER — Nine companies based in the Boulder Valley and four in Northern Colorado are among the 50 Colorado Companies to Watch for 2016 that were announced Friday evening.

      Seven of the companies are based in Boulder: Agribotix Inc., Astra LLC, Avid4 Adventure Inc., Purely Elizabeth, Quinn Snacks, SnapEngage and Kindara Inc.

      Sustainable Supply in Broomfield and Liqid Inc. in Lafayette made the list.

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    6. Comcast moving 1,000 employees to new Centennial location – The Denver Post

      Comcast moving 1,000 employees to new Centennial location – The Denver Post

      A new five-story office building going up in Centennial will house about 1,000 Comcast Corp. employees as part of an effort by the cable TV provider to consolidate several office leases. These are mostly not new jobs, said Comcast’s regional spokeswoman Leslie Oliver, who shared the update to last week’s story, “ Comcast signs up for five-building spec office project in Centennial .” Rather, folks employed by the Comcast Business division will move from existing Denver-area office locations where leases are expiring. “The majority of the employees will support our Comcast Business services operations and care support,” she said ...

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    7. DigitalGlobe unit gets big government intelligence contract

      DigitalGlobe unit gets big government intelligence contract

      DigitalGlobe Inc. said it's received a big contract from the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). Westminster-based DigitalGlobe (NYSE: DGI) said the $55 million contract was awarded to its GeoEye Analytics Inc. unit in Herndon, Virginia. "The contract supports the management and maintenance of all-source geospatial predictive analysis services. These services include gathering, analyzing, and manipulating data for geospatial predictive modeling," the government said in a statement.

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    8. Catalyst Campus will be an engine for community betterment

      Catalyst Campus will be an engine for community betterment

      The metaphor is just good to ignore.

      The home for Colorado Springs' new Catalyst Campus for Technology & Innovation is a former train depot. And just as the old Santa Fe Railroad launched many thousands of travelers on their way over the years, so it is expected that Catalyst will put new tech companies and their highly skilled, well-paid employees on track for success.

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    9. Denver startup accelerator SecureSet forms to launch cybersecurity sucesses

      Denver startup accelerator SecureSet forms to launch cybersecurity sucesses

      A new startup accelerator aims to do something not done by other efforts to help tech companies get started — offer advice from larger companies that could be a future partner or acquirer.

      The SecureSet Accelerator is an offshoot of the SecureSet Academy, a cybersecurity training program that just graduated its first class of trainees. The SecureSet organizations share space in Denver’s booming River North neighborhood.

      The accelerator will accept applications from candidate startups later…

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    10. Boulder startup going to Rio to compete in Olympics of sports startups

      Boulder startup going to Rio to compete in Olympics of sports startups

      Boulder-based sports product company Stryd will compete in an international startup competition in Rio.

      The startup, maker of a running power meter similar to one cyclists use, is the winner of the regional Global Innovation in Sports Competition, which was in Denver Wednesday and hosted by Black Lab Sports, a Boulder-based sports accelerator with a mentor roster that includes directors from the Denver Broncos, the Foundry Group and Techstars.

      “We’re going to Rio,” the Stryd team said.

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    11. Tech campus 'a new chapter' for Colorado Springs

      Tech campus 'a new chapter' for Colorado Springs

      The old is making way for the new in downtown Colorado Springs.

      With the snip of a ceremonial ribbon at Tuesday's official opening of the Catalyst Campus for Innovation and Technology, what was once the early 20th century-era Santa Fe railroad station became one of several buildings that will house a coalition of startups at work on the latest developments in cybersecurity, space, defense and manufacturing technologies.

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