Denver top-ranked by U.S. News & World Report
In news that isn’t really news to people who live here, Denver was ranked the No. 1 best place to live in the U.S. by U.S. News & World Report. The report cites an attractive job market among reasons for the ranking. Colorado springs also made the list, coming in at No. 5 overall. [Denver rated best place to live in U.S., Denver Business Journal]
Cash back for beer with Ibotta and Anheuser-Busch
announced a partnership with Anheuser-Busch to launch cash back on A-B products at bars, restaurants and retail outlets. Consumers who use the Ibotta app will get $4 back after purchasing an Anheuser-Busch product. The partnership, which lasts until 2018, is a big win for Ibotta as A-B looks to target younger consumers on mobile. [Want a Free Beer? Check Out Budweiser's Brand New Promotion, Fortune]
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The election’s impact on local cannabis startups
Denver cannabis startups
were cited in a recent VICE News story examining the 2016 presidential election’s impact on Colorado’s marijuana industry. As legalization makes its way into candidates’ agendas, MassRoots’ and Flowhub’s futures are called into question. [The Presidential Race is a Huge Deal for Pot Businesses in Colorado, VICE News]
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ROInnovation acquires Boulder Logic
Boulder Logic announced this week it has been acquired by Denver’s
. The competing CRM companies said in a release the acquisition will help ROInnovation further impact the B2B customer reference management industry, accelerating the B2B sales process. ROInnovation closed $1 million in capital funding in order to support the acquisition. ROInnovation said they plan to retain all Boulder Logic employees as they navigate the acquisition. [Press release]
Keysight Technologies relocating Englewood team to Colorado Springs
This week, California-based Keysight Technologies announced plans to relocate their customer support team from Englewood to Colorado Springs between 2017 and 2019. The company, which manufactures test and measurement equipment and software, already employs 450 people in Colorado Springs. Members of their 200-person customer support team must decide by next year whether they want to transfer as well. [Tech company to bring 200 jobs to Colorado Springs, The Gazette]
SolidFire CEO says they will stay in Boulder
Following their acquisition by NetApp,
CEO Dave Wright says the company will stay in Boulder. Wright said employees who have shared functions with NetApp are transitioning out of SolidFire, but they are hiring for 15 to 20 engineering positions in Boulder. Wright also confirmed the company will still move into the new PearlWest complex when construction is finished. [SolidFire CEO: We will stay in Boulder, with plans to grow, Denver Post]
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