Flatfile Launched, Ad Fontes Media Raised $4.2M, and More Colorado Tech News
Learn how tech companies in the Centennial State are furthering their growth with last week’s moves. From startup competition winners to a new round of early-stage funding, catch up on the latest. This is the Built In Colorado Weekly Refresh.
Founder Coopetition announced program winners. Founder Coopetition is a funding accelerator from Startup Colorado, an entrepreneur network. The accelerator's first program of the year recently concluded, and three local startups each secured a $5,000 grant. The latest cohort’s winning companies were Orion Labs, a robotics company, Knome, a proptech startup and ChronoCards which offers a B2B SaaS solution. [Colorado Inno]
Colorado Tech Quote of the Week
“Instead of trying to create yet another one-size-fits-all tool that would inevitably be limited, we set out to create a platform that enables any developer to build the ideal solution for their specific needs. The release of the Flatfile Data Exchange Platform opens up entire new options for companies looking for data file import solutions that support their business.” — David Boskovic, Flatfile founder and CEO
Flatfile launched its platform. Operating a platform for AI-assisted data exchange, Flatfile announced the launch of its extensible platform for file-based data import. The platform aims to meet the data integration needs of modern companies. Flatfile offers developers APIs, architecture and data import functionality so they can build file-based imports tailored to what they need. [Built In Colorado]
Ad Fontes Media secured $4.2M. Headquartered in Lafayette, Ad Fontes works to equip news advertisers with news quality and bias ratings. The company pulled in a round of Series A capital to put toward hiring more media bias researchers and enhancing its toolset for content in foreign languages. It also plans to expand into India and Brazil. [Ad Exchanger]