Cloud Campaign Raised $5M, Assignar Got $20M, and More CO Tech News

May 24, 2021
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A handful of Colorado tech companies made newsworthy moves last week. Read on to find out how these startups are growing the state’s tech scene and which ones are hiring new talent to their teams. This is the Built In Colorado weekly refresh.

Assignar raised $20MAssignar offers a cloud-based platform that helps those in the construction industry manage their field operations. The company closed on a Series B funding round led by Fifth Wall to fuel its growth. It has plans to hire new talent at its Denver office across departments including engineering, design and sales. [Built In Colorado]

Cloud Campaign got $5MOregon Venture Fund and Access Venture Partners led the Series A funding round for this Boulder-based startup that caters to the gig economy. Its platform allows users to automate workflow and manage clients. With the fresh cash, Cloud Campaign is looking to add features like marketing tools. It’s also for positions in engineering, marketing and more. [Built In Colorado]

Colorado Tech Quote of the Week

“We believe we’re market leaders because we’re the only ones doing this at a high level in the professional world — connecting small- and medium-sized businesses along with national and global brands to athletes at a large scale. We wanted to really defend that space going into the college market.” —Chase Garrett, Icon Source founder and CEO

Icon Source pulled in $1.6MWith its AI-powered platform that pairs athletes with the best brand to market themselves, Denver-based Icon Source is expanding into the collegiate market. Its seed funding round will go toward increasing the company’s sales, marketing and development efforts. Icon Source has worked with over 250 brands and 2,000 athletes. [Built In Colorado]

A Bay Area company may move to DenverGoing by the pseudonym “Project Bluebird” for the time being, a foodtech startup from the West Coast is eyeing a potential HQ expansion into Denver. The Colorado Economic Development Commission is offering incentives to the company as it considers Denver to build out its team of engineers, product managers and marketing specialists. [Denver Business Journal]

Charlotte’s Web launched a new kioskPaired with in-store CBD-product vending kiosks, the company also provides an interactive monitor to teach people about the products. Charlotte’s Web’s learning software contains information about the science, safety and quality of the company’s hemp-derived CBD products. [Built In Colorado]

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