Weekly refresh: Big hiring pushes at Blue Canyon Tech and Mile High Labs

July 1, 2019
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Mile High Labs has bought the biggest plant in CBD industry. The company hopes to turn the 400,000 square foot facility into a production center and hire up to 100 people by the end of the year. [Built In Colorado]

Ex Libris acquired library resource sharing platform, RapidILL. Fort Collins-based RapidILL makes a loaning platform for sharing library resources. Under Ex Libris, the book-smart company will continue to work out of Colorado. [Built In Colorado]

Blue Canyon Technologies doubled its company and continues to hire dozens. The Boulder-based satellite technologies' company currently has 170 employees and leased an additional 80,000 square feet to fit more hires. [Colorado Business Journal]

Good Day Chocolate raised a sweet $2.5 million. Sold nationwide, Good Day Chocolate provides supplements in its products, but also makes sure they still taste delicious. With a total funding of $8.24 million, they have since added probiotics to their treats. [Business Den]

CyperGRX launched program to ensure protection against third-party cyber threats. The company’s four-tiered Global Partner Program will allow organizations to connect with trusted advisers, and features computer neutrality. [Press Release]

Axcient announced new chief financial officer. Angus Robertson, previously Axcient’s chief marketing officer, will be responsible for strategy within the sales and marketing division. [Press Release]

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