Tech roundup: Stapleton's new coworking space, Cartasite raises $7.5M and more

April Bohnert

New co-working space to open in Stapleton in September

This September, the city of Stapleton will get a brand new coworking space: CentralSpace. Local entrepreneur Demetrius Bassoukos bought the building for $1.9 million after seeking out a larger space for his company. He and his company will use half of the 19,000 square foot office, and the other half will be turned into a coworking space and cafe. [BizWest]

Operational intelligence startup Cartasite raises $7.5 million

Cartasite uses wireless sensors and advanced web applications to improve the safety and efficiency of businesses, with a focus on fleet management, remote worker safety and asset security. This week, the company announced the closing of a $7.5 million round of funding to further marketing efforts around its fieldFLOW product. [BusinessDen]

Thanx brings on VP of sales to lead newly launched Denver office

Last week, customer loyalty and marketing app Thanx — which just opened an office in Denver — announced the addition of Dave Collier as the vice president of sales. Collier has served in senior sales roles at companies like Oracle and HotSchedules. He will manage Thanx’s new Denver office and help accelerate the growth of the sales team. [Blog]

Intelivideo hires Scott Heinemann as COO and CFO

Yesterday, on-demand video platform Intelivideo announced the appointment of Scott Heinemann as its new chief operations officer and chief financial officer. Heinemann has been a member of Intelivideo’s board of directors since 2016 and played a critical role in coordinating the $5.6 million round of funding the company closed in April. He will focus on growing revenue, overcoming key operating challenges and eventually leading the company to an acquisition. [Denver Business Journal]

Choozle launches ChoozleCares initiative to support Colorado nonprofits

Denver-based digital advertising platform Choozle announced yesterday the launch of a new philanthropic initiative. ChoozleCares is a community grant program that will provide four local nonprofits with a month-long, fully managed advertising campaign. Companies must be a public charity with tax-exempt status under 501(c)(3) to participate. Choozle will select the final recipients by August 1, 2017 and launch the campaigns the following week.  [Press release]

 

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