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Responding to Desperate Need for Tech Talent: Flatiron School Makes its Denver Debut

Now accepting applications for its first class, New York-based for-profit education company, Flatiron School, planted a flag in Denver this week – planning to begin its signature 15-week software engineering course this March at The Hub.

Editor's Letter: Rising in the East

The flat, sparsely populated Eastern Plains haven’t experienced an attention-grabbing real estate boom, a spike in tourism, a wave of tech startups, or overtures by Amazon to build a second headquarters.

Citywide Banks Purchases $1.235 Million Mortgage Loan Portfolio From Habitat for Humanity

Habitat partners with low-income families in metro Denver to build affordable homes which are then sold to families with affordable mortgages.

Colorado Springs Startup Uses Acquisition Strategy to Fuel Growth

Furthering its mission to eliminate food waste, FoodMaven makes its first acquisition.

Diversity Made High Priority As Colorado Community College System Looks to Grow

ColoradoBiz spoke to a few three members of the CCCS team – System Chancellor Joe Garcia, Associate Vice President of Human Resources Christina Cecil and Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Director of Diversity and Inclusion Ryan Ross – about the special event.

WeWork Expands its Colorado Footprint to Boulder

In late November, WeWork signed its eighth Denver lease – 40,600 square feet at 821 17th Street, positioning the privately held company as the city's largest tenant.

Colorado Athletic Club-DTC Opens New ATLAS Arena

The 5,200-square-foot cutting edge space is a brand new functional training space with the latest equipment for small group training, Olympic lifting, individual and sport specific training including agility, strength and cardio

Annual Business for the Arts Awards Announced

CBCA recognizes a wide variety of arts and business partnerships, from significant cultural philanthropy to major organizations like Denver Art Museum to grassroots efforts to make the arts accessible to all – like Armando Silva's hip hop festival.

Flatiron School Announces Entry into Denver Market

The program enters the Denver market with the intention to fill gaps in technology employment.

Don't Count Denver Out Yet

Earlier today, reported indicated that Amazon now intends to split its second headquarters evenly between two cities, diffusing the logistical challenges and impact of 50,000 new employees over the next 15 years.

Denver-Based SendGrid to be Acquired for $2 Billion

Twilio, a $7.4 billion company that helps apps and websites send texts and place calls, announced its intent to acquire Denver-based SendGrid, an email AP platform, in an all stock deal valued around $2 billion.

Boulder-Based Newton Running Supports Community Safety

National Runner's Safety month starts in November, but in light of recent press on women's issues and safety, Newton Running decided to help women protect themselves while exercising.
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