Guest Post When I travel outside the Mile High City, I’m often asked what makes Denver so attractive for startups. While our tech community and the companies it’s home to are gaining traction by the month, the benefits of launching a startup in Denver aren’t necessarily as obvious as those associated with major tech destinations like the Valley and, more recently, New York.
SolidFire, a maker of high-performance solid-state storage systems, has picked up $31 million in new funding and launched a new flagship storage node.
In 2012 alone, “Silicon Mountain” entrepreneur launched 122 digital technology startups, and 69 received funding.
Editor’s Pick Boulder’s startup scene is booming right now. Here are 10 innovative companies that exemplify what is happening there.
Sports team management startup TeamSnap has raised $2.75 million in new funding to help the company bring its apps to more coaches and teams around the world.
Today is the first day of gSchool, a six month web development curriculum run by Denver’s Galvanize workspace.
Today was graduation time for TechStars’ latest class of startups in Boulder, Colo.
As part of our mission to find the most exciting, disruptive tech for this season’s DEMO, we recently stopped off in Boulder, Colorado to check out the coolest startups in the region. Below are some photos from the meetup we had there.
Are you in the Boulder, Colorado area and have the next big disruptive tech idea?
If you’re a tech company in the Boulder, Colo. area and are working on a new idea to launch in the next year or so, join VentureBeat and DEMO for a meetup with Foundry Group one week from Wednesday on June 15.