Colorado Tech Weekly #193: Startups Startuping to Startup Startups

Colorado Tech Weekly Binary FlagColorado Tech Weekly brings you the top 10  technology stories of the past week and the best upcoming local tech events every Monday morning (Unless Monday was a holiday. I hope you had a great President’s Day)!

Remember the old days of the internet when SEO meant putting a bunch of keywords in your web pages with the same font color as the background so only the web crawlers could see it? That’s what this week’s title reminds me of. Ah those were…. well those were dumb. Don’t do that.

Once again I found myself wanting to promote more events than just 10. These are just the highlights. Go meet some cool tech people.

Have a great week!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Colorado Springs’ Rim Technologies to take part in Veteran’s Small Business & Why Hire a Vet Conference [RimTech]
  • Denver-based Convercent’s latest $10M will help companies track and prevent ethics violations [BuiltinColorado]
  • Thought Leader: Quick Queries with Denver-based Sairoop Technologies CEO Rupali Raghavan (video) [DBJ]
  • Why breaking itself into 3 parts helped Denver’s NewMedia serve more clients [BuiltinColorado]
  • You’re covered: 5 Colorado startups with 100%-paid insurance premiums [BuiltinColorado]
  • Xero zeroes in on Denver for new HQ, citing tech community, prospective workforce and local culture [DenverPost]
  • Investment software developer, InvestorTools, to bring jobs to Colorado Springs [CSGazette]
  • Colorado’s DigitalGlobe is in advanced talks to sell to Canadian company, report says [DBJ]
  • IBM partners with Douglas County-based Arrow and Indiegogo to bring innovative IoT ideas to life [Arrow]
  • A look inside some of Colorado tech’s hottest offices [BuiltinColorado]
Thursday, March 16

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Colorado Tech Weekly #188: CloudElements Grows, NewMedia Grew Too Fast and Tech-Related Politics

Colorado Tech Weekly Binary FlagColorado Tech Weekly brings you the top 10  technology stories of the past week and the best upcoming local tech events every Monday morning (Unless Monday is a holiday. I hope you had a great and thoughtful Martin Luther King, Jr. Day)!

This week we have some political news, but don’t worry it’s political news about technology in Colorado!

This week includes a state grant to improve rural internet access, Governor Hickenlooper talks about transportation and broadband while Colorado startups look to disrupt transportation while using broadband and (2 news items that are not listed below) Colorado’s U.S. Representative Jared Polis and U.S. Senator Cory Gardner have both proposed technology-related legislation. It’s important to look past the loud, headline-grabbing political stories and pay attention to what is being done in government that affects our industry. The more people we have involved in governing, the better governing we will get.

Have a great week!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • New Year’s resolutions from the Highlands Ranch-based Zen Planner team [ZenPlanner]
  • Denver’s Cloud Elements lands $13M to expand API integration platform and grow team [BuiltinColorado]
  • Longmont’s HerdDogg to debut “FitBit” for cows at National Western Stock Show [DenverPost]
  • State awards grants to improve Internet access in rural areas [BizWest]
  • Fast-growing Denver tech company, NewMedia restructures, lays off employees as it plots growth [DBJ]
  • What I’ve learned about Longmont’s Viget in 2016 – And what it means for recruiting in 2017 [Viget]
  • 4 Colorado tech companies that give back to their communities year-round [BuiltinColorado]
  • Hickenlooper names transportation, broadband as his priorities for 2017 [DBJ]
  • Denver-based ReadyTalk prepares to be acquired by much larger PGi, as founders prepare to exit [DenverPost]
  • How these 6 Colorado startups are disrupting the transportation industry [BuiltinColorado]

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