Tech Roundup: raises $1.75M, Pana grabs $1.35M, WeWork leases another space & more

by Anthony Sodd
August 27, 2015

[ibimage==35779==Large==none==self==ibimage_align-center] raises $1.75M in funding

The Boulder-based company raised $1.75 million from Brad Feld/FG Angels, Techstars Ventures, Tahoma Ventures and others. The company, which is less than a year old, makes software that builds mobile feeds for smartphone apps. [Boulder startup Stream lands $1.75M in funding to fuel feed technology, Biz West]



Fulfilling rumors, WeWork leases second space in Denver

The coworking giant WeWork leased the majority of a newly completed building on Platte Street, just behind the Denver Beer Company. This comes just weeks after the company leased several floors in a still-under-construction building off of 16th Street. If rumors prove correct (they have so far), WeWork could still lease a third space at 16th and Market. [Built in Colorado]



Denver-based travel firm Pana raises $1.35M

The Denver-based travel firm Pana raised $1.35 million in a seed funding round. The funding came from Techstars, 500 Startups, FG Angels,, and Galvanize Ventures. The company runs an online concierge travel service with prices starting at $25 a month and going all the way up to $250 a month. [Denver online travel firm says it raised $1.35M, Denver Business Journals]



Babysitting app Sitter is raising a seed round

The makers of the babysitting app Sitter are looking to raise $850,000 in a seed round. The company filed with the SEC that they had raised $140 thousand so far. Sitter allows parents to find, book and pay for babysitters through a smartphone app. [Sitter Inc. raising seed round to expand reach of baby-sitter-finding app, Biz West]



Pinsight raises $700 thousand, launches product

The Denver-based company Pinsight raised $700 thousand in funding. The company makes talent management software that tests candidates in simulated leadership roles. Until this point Pinsight has been bootstrapped. [Pinsight Raises $700,000 Funds To Debut Revolutionary Talent-Management Technology, The Street]



Boulder Digital Arts is launching a code school

The Boulder Digital Arts school is going to be launching a coding school next month. The school, which is going to be called CODECRAFT, aims to take students with no coding experience, and teach them several languages. Its first class will teach JavaScript over 10 weeks, and cost $9,500. [Digital veteran launching code school, Daily Camera]

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