"As excitement builds over the World Cup 2014 hosted by Brazil this summer -- and with the Olympics taking place in Brazil in 2016 -- there's more and more interest among Coloradans in Brazilian culture and food," insists Jessica Dries, who, along with her husband Edglas Prado, recently launched Bra ... More >>
In the next three months, nearly 150 new restaurants will open in Denver, which translates to a lot of food in our mouths. Some have insisted that we're biting off more than we can chew -- that the Denver restaurant landscape is becoming too saturated and that we can't sustain the onslaught. I don't ... More >>
NerdWallet.com recently listed Denver among the ten best cities for female entrepreneurs -- and the city manages another top ten finish when it comes to the site's picks for the best cities to start a business. Continue to count down the photo-illustrated top ten, supplemented with NerdWallet text ... More >>
Legal marijuana is big business -- or at least that's what investors are banking on. Yesterday, 22 cannabis entrepreneurs pitched their business ideas to more than sixty investors gathered at the Denver Athletic Club in the second Mile High confab hosted by the California-based ArcView Group, which ... More >>
Coworking spaces are hot right now. Denver has a network of such spaces, places with names like Creative Density and The Desk. These are converted houses or rehabbed industrial buildings that offer shared workspace to entrepreneurs, nonprofits and startups. Members work side-by-side in a cubicle-fre ... More >>
After a soft launch in October during Denver Startup Week, Galvanize has lured some of the areas best startup tech companies from their garages and basements with its "ecosystem" and coffee. Officially opened on February 1, Galvanize, the startup tech common workspace, has created an "ecosystem" cen ... More >>
The first Denver Startup Week got off to a roaring start, with Mayor Michael Hancock telling a packed luncheon that "we're going to knock out Silicon Valley.... We're going to become Silicon Mountain." To help in that effort, he announced the launch of Denver Capital Matrix, a resource directory of ... More >>
Denver has a reputation as an entrepreneurial town, which means there are a lot of brains to pick here. And whether you're already among the ranks of local creatives and small-business owners or thinking about joining them, you're sure to find something interesting going on during Denver Startup Wee ... More >>
In October 2011, entrepreneur Jim Deters founded Galvanize, an organization dedicated to "growing start-ups through capital, community and curriculum." Over the last twelve months, he's definitely put his money where that motto is. Today, the most recent manifestation will be unveiled when Galvanize ... More >>
"Better cities, better entrepreneurs...and vice versa," proclaims [i4c], which is running a contest to make things better for three entrepreneurial ventures. The prime mover behind [i4c] is Galvanize, an organization founded last October that's dedicated to "growing start-ups through capital, commun ... More >>
This is National Small Business Week, but local entrepreneurs should think big. "Better cities, better entrepreneurs...and vice versa," proclaims [i4c], and the venture is putting its money where its mouth is, with a contest that will give three ventures not just investment money, but support that w ... More >>
Colorado House Democrats and representatives from CU, CSU and Colorado Technology Association met with the press to introduce "Start-Up Colorado." The package brings together three jobs bills focusing on promoting small business growth.
What does it take to become the next big tech thing? Eleven start-ups will enter TechStars' first New York City start-up incubator to find out if they have the smarts, the will and the ability to get cash in order to become the next high-tech sensation. TechStars, the Boulder-based technolog ... More >>
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