Weekly Refresh: Colorado Now Accepts New Digital State IDs, and More

November 4, 2019
Colorado landscape

1906 launches cannabis-infused Drops. The tablets combine THC and CBD in six different variations, and are named accordingly: Genius, Go, Chill, Bliss, Love and Midnight. Along with the launch, 1906 also announced $18M raised in funding. [Built In Colorado]

Freshworks opens Denver office. Starting in 2010 as Freshdesk, the company has rebranded over the years to showcase their expanded offerings of software services for businesses. The Denver Freshworks office will be their 11th in the world, and the company aims to hire over 100 employees there. [Built In Colorado]

Five Colorado tech companies raise $87M in October. Havenly, an interior design startup that provides personalized design choices through AI and individual consultants, raised $32M of that. [Built In Colorado]

Colorado now accepts digital IDs. Residents can create their Colorado Digital ID through the myColorado mobile app that can then be shown as proof of identity, age and address. It’s currently only valid for in-state and non-law enforcement use. [Denver Business Journal]

TTEC acquires FCR. FCR, which provides customer experience and business process solutions, has been acquired by TTEC, a leader in customer experience tech and services. FCR will be a stand-alone entity in TTEC’s Engage business and retain its name. [PRNewswire]

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