Weekly Refresh: Boulder AI Partners With Denver, Tech Salaries Grow, and More

Read our weekly refresh for trending Colorado tech news.

Written by Anna Holmquist
Published on Jun. 22, 2020
Weekly Refresh: Boulder AI Partners With Denver, Tech Salaries Grow, and More
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Denver tech salary growth is the second largest in the U.S. It’s up 9 percent year over year, averaging $126,000, per a new report from Hired. Austin was the only city to beat Denver in this metric. [Built In Colorado]

Boulder AI partnered with the City of Denver. The IoT hardware and software company will use AI to improve planning for intersection safety. The city got a federal grant to use technology to address traffic congestion and safety. [Globe Newswire]

Lane raised $10M. The property management platform connects commercial landlords and corporate tenants. Round13 Capital led the Series A. [Built In Colorado]

Plume launched. The startup offers telehealth for trans people. General Catalyst, Slow Ventures and Springbank Collective all invested in the $2 million seed round. [Built In Colorado]

Colorado awards $14.8M to relocating companies. Four tech or pharmaceutical companies considering moving their operations or expanding their presence in Colorado got a boost from the state to encourage them to do so. If the state’s effort is successful, it could mean more than 1,100 jobs added to the state economy. [Denver Post]

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