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    1. Report shows growing tech presence in Colorado Springs

      Report shows growing tech presence in Colorado Springs

      Colorado’s tech presence is expanding, and Colorado Springs is among several cities in the state that have seen significant growth year-over-year. A new data book released at the end of October by global commercial real estate firm CBRE Group showed Colorado’s growth in the number of tech industries expanding and relocating to the state.

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    2. Catalyst Accelerator extends deadline for inaugural cohort

      Catalyst Accelerator extends deadline for inaugural cohort

      Catalyst Accelerator Program Director Rebecca Decker said the extension gives Catalyst Accelerator and Air Force Research Lab teams more time to meet with potential participants and mentors nationwide, and “to nationally market this program, the campus, [the Center for Technology, Research and Commercialization] and Colorado Springs as a center for research and development.”

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    3. CTA tours Colorado tech industry

      CTA tours Colorado tech industry

      Whether it’s an arts alliance or a start-up company, the developing technology industry is an area most businesses should start paying attention to, and Colorado Springs and Pueblo are not exempt. To help businesses share technology advancements and kickstart conversations surrounding tech, the Colorado Governor’s Office proclaimed the week of July 31 to Aug. 4...

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    4. Two teams reach state Go Code finals

      After a weekend-long scramble to develop apps that serve the state’s business community, two Colorado Springs teams were chosen to represent the region in this year’s Go Code Colorado challenge. The second annual app-development event kicked off April 8 at the Denver Art Museum and was followed by “Challenge Weekend.” Beginning Friday evening, competitors in… Continue Reading Two teams reach ...

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    5. RMIP launched, goal is to boost innovation

      RMIP launched, goal is to boost innovation

      The Rocky Mountain Innovation Partners (RMIP) announced its official launch Tuesday afternoon. Equipped with an expanded vision to encourage and support entrepreneurship in Colorado, the Colorado Springs Technology Incubator (CSTI) board recently unanimously agreed to support a more robust mission – to introduce the Rocky Mountain Innovation Partners as a new nonprofit organization. RMIP’s mission… Continue Reading RMIP launched, goal is to boost innovation

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    6. Capitol report: Helping state’s businesses

      Capitol report: Helping state’s businesses

      Last Saturday, March 7, marked the midway point of the 2015 legislative session, and I would like to update you on what we’ve done the past two months. Continuing my commitment to economic vitality, I am sponsoring three bills supporting Colorado’s business community. Colorado Crowdfunding, HB15-1246, which has bipartisan support in the House and Senate,… Continue Reading Capitol report: Helping state’s businesses

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    7. PPCC plotting aggressive strategies

      PPCC plotting aggressive strategies

      Pikes Peak Community College has several plans in the works to educate people, ranging from teaching graphic arts to raising chickens to helping veterans after their service in the field. Later this month, PPCC President Lance Bolton will testify before the Capital Development Committee at the Colorado Legislature, requesting state funding for a proposed project… Continue Reading PPCC plotting ...

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    8. Mayor to honor city’s ‘young leaders’

      Mayor to honor city’s ‘young leaders’

      The City of Colorado Springs has announced the nominees for its inaugural Mayor’s Young Leader Awards, five of whom will be honored during an event next week. One recipient will be chosen in each of the five award categories — future industries, economic impact, creative industry, innovation in education and innovation in sports and wellness… Continue Reading Mayor to honor city’s ‘young leaders’

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    9. Palmer students win Best in State app challenge

      Palmer students win Best in State app challenge

      A group of Palmer High School students recently won Best in State in the third Verizon Innovative App Challenge. The competition tasked students to develop a concept for a mobile application that would solve a problem in their school or community. The winning students’ concept focused on creating new ways for teens to get involved… Continue Reading Palmer students win Best in State app challenge

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    10. Health care IT scholarships available

      Health care IT scholarships available

      The Colorado Health Information Management Systems Society, a cause-based, global nonprofit dedicated to health information technology (IT) thought leadership, education, events, market research and promotion, is taking applications for a scholarship that will be awarded to a student of health IT this year. The society is committed to supporting the professional development of health care IT ...

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    11. Business Alliance paints positive local picture

      Business Alliance paints positive local picture

      A group of nearly 300 top employers across the area plans to add 4,839 jobs over the next three years, the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance reported Tuesday in its year-end member investor briefing. Also, the Business Alliance is courting nine unnamed companies that are seriously considering relocation with the potential of bringing a total… Continue Reading Business Alliance paints positive local picture

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    12. New Tech event Thursday

      New Tech event Thursday

      The next New Tech event in Colorado Springs will feature an alternative to credit cards, Locagram and a website that single people can meet men with beards. The event takes place Thursday at 5:30 at Epicentral Coworking Space, 409 N. Tejon. Nick Lee is the host of the event. Based in Denver, Raspberry.us is a new… Continue Reading New Tech event Thursday

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    13. Springs store offers 3D-printed figurines

      Springs store offers 3D-printed figurines

      The 3D Printing Store in Colorado Springs now offers full-body 3D scans and 3D-printed “mini-me” figurines. The offerings, which are marketed as unique holiday gift ideas, are now available at the 3D Printing Store’s four Colorado locations, including its Colorado Springs store at 4250 Buckingham Dr., Suite 100. “This is a unique gift to give… Continue Reading Springs store offers 3D-printed figurines

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    14. Penrose offers genetic counseling via telemedicine

      Penrose offers genetic counseling via telemedicine

      Thanks to modern technology, genetic counselors in Colorado Springs now can meet with patients in Durango by two-way live audio/video conferencing. Patients in Durango who seek genetic counseling can schedule appointments with Penrose Cancer Center genetic counselors and meet with them virtually. Penrose is in partnership with Mercy Regional Medical Center. Appointments physically take place… Continue Reading Penrose offers genetic counseling via telemedicine

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