Weekly Refresh: Palantir Plans Denver HQ, CaliberMind Raises $2M, and More

by Anna Holmquist
August 24, 2020
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Roper acquired Vertafore. Vertafore builds software for the insurance industry and is one of Colorado’s biggest tech companies, while Roper operates businesses that develop software, products and services for niche markets. The deal is expected to close in Q3. [Built In Colorado]

Palantir to relocate HQ to Denver. The data analytics software company works with large companies and government agencies. It was co co-founded by Peter Thiel. [CNBC]

Amazon to hire 100 in Denver. The company has seen a boom in business during the pandemic. To accommodate the new workers, the company plans to add 20,000 square feet of new office space in its Denver tech hub. [Built In Colorado]

CaliberMind raised $2M. It’s a Boulder-based B2B marketing intelligence software provider. Newark Venture Partners and Falmouth Ventures led the round. [FinSMEs]

Contentful to open Denver office. The content management systems company helps developers, designers and content creators make digital experiences for any channel or device. The company plans to hire up to 100 people within the next year. [ColoradoInno]

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