Vivian Health Raised $60M, Cin7 Partnered With Intuit, and More CO Tech News
The Colorado tech scene was buzzing last week, as local companies raised capital, moved to bigger offices and supported underrepresented founders with a new pre-seed fund. Keep reading to learn more about the local tech news you may have missed. This is the Built In Colorado weekly refresh.
Esri expanded in Colorado. California-based GIS mapping company Esri moved its Colorado team from the Interlocken Business Park in Broomfield to the Colorado Tech Center in Louisville to accommodate its growing workforce. The company has hired 60 employees since the pandemic, increasing its Colorado headcount to 200 employees. [Built In Colorado]
Vivian Health raised $60M. San Francisco-based Vivian Health is a healthcare jobs marketplace used by more than 700,000 registered clinicians. The company said it will use the fresh funding to accelerate its growth, grow its reach in the healthcare industry and support future mergers and acquisitions. The company is currently hiring for 20 positions in Colorado. [PR Newswire]
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Techstars launched a new fund. The new Rising Stars fund will support underrepresented founders of color through $100,000 pre-seed investments, access to the broader Techstars network and early consideration for one of the organization’s 50-plus accelerators. In related news, Techstars recently hired two new C-suite executives: Aparna Ramaswamy as chief human capital officer and Kimberly Smith as chief capital formation officer. [Built In Colorado]
Cin7 partnered with Intuit. Cin7, a developer of cloud-based inventory management software, has launched a new strategic product bundle with Intuit making it easy and affordable to move from desktop software to the cloud. Intuit makes QuickBooks, TurboTax, Mint, Credit Karma and Mailchimp. [Accesswire]