Weekly Refresh: Zayo Group’s New CEO, SharedCharter Launched, and More

by Anna Holmquist
October 26, 2020
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BridgeHealth raised $40M and merged with Transcarent. The Denver company’s platform consolidates the price of surgical services into packages for companies that are self-insured. The merger will help BridgeHealth expand its customer base. [Built In Colorado]

Handshake made $80M. The recruiting platform wants to democratize the job application process for students and graduates. The San Francisco-based company is hiring in Denver. GGV Capital led the Series D. [Built In Colorado]

Guard My Vote launched. The free app from Denver Retail Group CEO Robb Brown aims to track and quantify voter suppression. Users can catalog their experience casting their ballot. [Built In Colorado]

SharedCharter offers private flight rideshare. Its peer-to-peer network simplifies the process of sharing and booking private charter flights. Having greater access to private flights is especially relevant due to the pandemic. [PRNewswire]

Zayo Group named new CEO. The Boulder company offers communications infrastructure solutions include dark fiber, private data networks, wavelengths and ethernet. Steve Smith joined the team as the new CEO. [Businesswire]

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