Tech Roundup: TeamSnap raises $10M, ZenPayroll becomes Gusto & more

September 17, 2015

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ZenPayroll changes name to Gusto, expands services

ZenPayroll, which recently opened a large new office in Denver, announced this morning that they were changing their name to Gusto. Along with the name change the company also announced that they would be integrating health benefits and worker’s compensation benefits into their payroll software. [ZenPayroll Is Now Gusto, On a Mission to Help Companies Put People First, Press Release]

 

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TeamSnap raises $10 million in new funding

The Boulder-based company TeamSnap announced they have raised $10 million in a second round of funding. Investors include the Colorado Impact Fund and the Foundry Group. The new money will be used to improve the company’s platform and help them expand to serve larger organizations. [Boulder’s TeamSnap raises $10M in second round of funding, Daily Camera]

 

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Foodee launches in Denver

Foodee, which is based in Vancouver, officially launched their service in Denver this week. The company offers curated meals and restaurant delivery to corporate events and meetings. The service is already available in Vancouver, Burnaby, Austin, Toronto and Philadelphia. [‘Foodee’ takes on a slightly different meaning with launch of Denver service, Denver Business Journals]

 

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Old Town Fort Collins gets another coworking space

Inkpad opened a 2,000 square-foot coworking space in Ft. Collins’ Old Town neighborhood. The new space features 24 desks, and a reserved space will cost $350 a month. Inkpad’s new space is located several doors from Galvanize’s new Ft. Collins location. Inkpad coworking space opens in Old Town Ft. Collins, BizWest]

 

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Parkifi pulls in another $2 million in funding

The Denver-based parking startup Parkifi raised another $2 million in new funding. The company says that the new funding is “basically an extension of (their) seed round.” Investors include Howard Hughes Corp. and Simon Property Group. The new round of funding brings the company’s total to around $4 million. [Parking startup pulls in another $2M, Business Den]

 

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The CTA names the 2015 APEX award nominees

The Colorado Technology Association announced the 2015 APEX Award nominees this week. The winners will be announced at the APEX Awards dinner on November 5th. This will be the 15th year the CTA gives out the awards. [Colorado Technology Association names APEX nominees for 2015, Denver Business Journals]

 

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Galvanize and Women Who Code partner to launch a Data Science scholarship

Women who Code and Galvanize are teaming up to offer three women a partial tuition scholarship to Galvanize’s Data Science program in Denver or Seattle. The last time the two offered scholarships Galvanize saw a 50/50 gender split in their Full Stack program in San Francisco. [Women Who Code Data Science Award, Galvanize]


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