Abel Rodriguez

Abel Rodriguez is a Built In news reporter covering the technology industry in Chicago, Seattle and other markets. Prior to joining Built In in 2021, he was a community reporter for Cicero Independiente. His work has also appeared in various Chicago nonprofit newsrooms including Injustice Watch and Borderless.

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Two Boxes was co-founded by CEO Kyle Bertin (left) and CPO Evan Stalter (right). The two are pictured walking down a wooden pier with buildings in the background.
Two Boxes helps logistics providers and brands collect data on customer returns.
Downtown Denver during the day with Elitch Gardens in the foreground.
The Denver-based startup uses agricultural waste as feedstock in its microbial process.
A developer writes code on a computer with multiple screens.
Dylibso’s software helps developers track and manage their WebAssembly applications.
Homebot’s staff pose outside of its headquarters in Denver.
Catch up on the latest tech news with the Built In Colorado Weekly Refresh.
Engrain staff gather around a stand that says "Engrain" at a conference.
The company creates interactive maps for single-family homes and large housing complexes.
Colorado flags line Larimer Square.
Catch up on the latest Colorado tech news with the Built In Colorado Weekly Refresh.
The Denver skyline with the Rocky Mountain in the background.
Tech companies across industries are establishing physical offices and hiring local tech talent.
The International Space Station in orbit above Earth.
The acquisition will aid Voyager Space’s mission to develop and launch a free-flying space station.
Quantive staff in a conference room.
A lot happened in the world of tech last week. Catch up on the latest with the Built In Colorado Weekly Refresh.
Tilt staff posing for a photo in front of a lake.
The platform helps HR teams process and pay employees during leaves of absence.
Quantive staff on a rooftop overlooking the city.
Quantive helps businesses set strategic OKRs using data and AI technology.
The interior of Veolia Nuclear Solutions’ (VNS) newly opened Lafayette facility.
VNS develops robotics systems for nuclear facility cleanups.