Tech roundup: HomeAdvisor heads to RiNo, Atlassian acquires and more

James Risley

HomeAdvisor announces new RiNo HQ

HomeAdvisor is moving 300 employees to a new 58,000-square-foot office space in River North. The move from the current Golden headquarters is expected to wrap up by 2018 and will see HomeAdvisor take the top floors of the newly built 3601 Walnut St. building. The company is hoping to add to its 2,000-person-strong workforce with a host of amenities at the new site. The new office will be HomeAdvisor’s fourth Colorado location. [Built In Colorado]


Propertybase opens new Boulder office

Propertybase opened its new Boulder office this week. The expansion comes as the CRM provider grows its North American business. In addition to Boulder, the company has a Salt Lake City office, along with Sydney and Munich offices overseas. The new office is located near the 29th Street Mall. The company plans to expand its Boulder team quickly over the coming months to meet customer demand in the area. [Press release]


Y-combinator grad acquired by Atlassian

Denver-based is being acquired by Atlassian. The Y-combinator grad’s 15 employees will head to Atlassian’s San Francisco offices. The enterprise software maker will roll’s products, used by companies like Twillo and Intuit, into Atlassian’s products in addition to maintaining the standalone service. [Atlassian blog]


Webroot and CyberInt partner for advanced security

Broomfield-based Webroot is partnering with CyberInt to enhance its security platform. Webroot’s BrightCloud will be integrated into CyberInt’s Argos Cyber Threat Intelligence Platform. The partnership allows CyberInt customers to take advantage of the predictive intelligence Webroot provides on URLs, files and mobile apps. [Innovation News]


Ignyte raises funds for $5M investment fund

Boulder’s Ignyte Lab is looking to invest in tech and organic food startups with a $5 million fund. The company plans to invest an average of $250,000 in individual companies’ seed stages. By investing early, the firm hopes to guide growing companies to revenue. The new fund comes after Ignyte moved out of the offices of ad agency Crispin Porter + Bogusky. [Biz West] gets $1.5M seed round

Tahoma Ventures, Blue Note Ventures and Techstars Ventures are among the backers of new Boulder-based content delivery network provider The startup announced a $1.5 million seed round this week that will help drive growth of the service by hiring sales and development staff. [Press release]

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