Colorado Tech Weekly #237: Prediction Proven Correct and My 2018 Goals

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The week between Christmas and New Years is often sparse when it comes to events. This week is no exception but there are 3 if you want to go check them out.

I was excited to see Tamara Chuang’s article about the Year of the Exit in Colorado tech. It gave me confidence that I really was correct about there being less tech companies in Colorado by the end of this year.

I said last week that I would make my predictions for next year but I have no idea. I always like the idea of the next big thing coming out of Colorado, but that’s hard to predict. Instead I have 2 goals for next year now that I have my dream job and because I will graduate this spring so I should have some more time:

  1. Pass on the main editorial tasks of Colorado Tech Weekly to another student who is passionate and excited to be more involved the Colorado Tech community.
  2. Become a regular member of at least one Colorado tech meetup.

Have a great week and a great rest of the year!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Denver cryptocurrency firm Ideas By Nature signs on to bigger office [BusinessDen]
  • CH2M, one of Colorado’s largest private companies, swallowed up by Texas firm [DenverPost]
  • Colorado becomes 38th state to make FirstNet ‘opt-in’ announcement [UrgentComm]
  • Denver-based Convercent raises $25 million in new VC round [DBJ]
  • Boulder robot developer Canvas Technology gets $15 million from investors, including creator of Google’s Android [DenverPost]
  • Greenwood Village-based Recondo Technology names Craig Niemiec CFO [InnovatioNews]
  • Fort Collins-based cryptocurrency startup Radar Relay closes $3M seed round [BizWest]
  • Colorado Rep. Diana DeGette plans to co-sponsor bill to restore net neutrality [DianaDeGette]
  • Greenwood Village’s NexusTek attracts private equity to grow in IT management services [DBJ]
  • Win some, lose some: 2017 was the Year of the Exit for many Colorado tech companies [DenverPost]

Top Upcoming Events

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