Weekly Refresh: Snowflake Signed Lease, Optiv’s $40K Scholarships, and More

November 9, 2020
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ColdQuanta raised $32M. Its tech allows for the manufacturing of components for quantum timekeeping, navigation, computing and communication. Global Frontier Investments and LCP Quantum Partners led the Series A. [Built In Colorado]

Snowflake signed Denver lease. The Bay Area tech company offers cloud-based data warehousing and had been working out of a WeWork space in Denver. The new office will be at 1700 Broadway. The company is reportedly planning to grow its local presence. [BusinessDen]

Envoy announced new office. The startup offers a workplace management system that customers use to digitize visitor registration desks, book conference rooms and more. Its third national hub will be in Colorado. [Built In Colorado]

Manolin wants to use data science to fix ocean farms. The startup, founded in 2018, tracks, measures and predicts outcomes for wild fish farmers. It currently manages about $200 million worth of salmon. [Built In Colorado]

Optiv announced $40,000 scholarships. The security solutions integrator plans to award $10,000 per year for four years to Black and/or African-American people in STEM. [Businesswire]

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