Weekly Refresh: BillGO Launched Relief Hub, Makers Pivot to Masks, and More

by Anna Holmquist
April 27, 2020
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Colorado launched OnwardCO. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment teamed up with the Kapor Center and Bitwise Industries to create an online resource for workers affected by the pandemic. The site connects people to food, shelter, employment opportunities and more. [Built In Colorado]

BillGO launched Bill Pay Relief Hub. It offers bill pay and real-time payments systems. The new hub showcases financial institutions and companies that are offering payment relief to people affected by the pandemic. [Business Wire]

Colorado makers shifted to masks. Given the lack of personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic, many makers have shifted to creating masks, face shields and more. A statewide volunteer coalition called Make4Covid is working to make and distribute this equipment. [ColoradoInno]

Pomp took skincare recommendations virtual. It uses professionals to offer personalized skincare recommendations. Consumers just need to fill out a short questionnaire. [ColoradoInno]

Secret Dance Addiction offers sustainable partying for the sober curious. The startup launched this month and highlights meditations and spirit-free drinks along with DJ live sets and dance videos. It focuses on a more healthy way to experience music culture. [PRNewswire]

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