Weekly refresh: Colorado’s courting major tech employers

June 24, 2019
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Waldo launched from Boulder to save your pocket money. Did you know some online retail prices change hourly depending on the time of day? Waldo helps customers dodge overspending on items with its AI that tracks price changes, and it just launched last week. [Built In Colorado]

Two big tech companies may be making their way to Colorado. One Colorado-based firm is looking to hire 1,400 people, and the state is also courting a North American data center provider for a potential move of its headquarters, according to Colorado Business Journal. [Colorado Business Journal]

Wowza’s CEO, David Stubenvoll, made Ernst and Young entrepreneur nomination list. Wowza provides live streaming capabilities to big partners like Microsoft and Google. [Press Release]

GoSpotCheck added five team members to its C-suite. Ian Erickson was announced as executive vice president of technology to oversee technical leadership and engineering initiatives. Laura Sellers will be responsible for driving product vision in her new role as executive vice president of product and engineering. Jacob McNulty will use his 15-plus years of experience in customer success in his role as vice president of customer success. Heather Larrabee announced as executive vice president of marketing after nine years at Whole Foods Market. Eric Gould will be a strategic adviser responsible for development in innovation. [Press Release]

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