Cassidy Ritter
Senior Associate Editor at Built In
Expertise: Tech journalism
Education: University of Kansas

Cassidy Ritter is a Built In senior associate editor overseeing Built In’s news team and local coverage. She joined the company in 2021 covering breaking news in Colorado and Austin. She has previous experience covering business news and has written for various publications including American City Business Journals and 5280 Magazine.

Ritter has a degree in journalism with a double minor in business and global studies from the University of Kansas.

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A rendering of Choice Market's first fully cashier-less mini-mart.
Catch up on the Colorado tech news you might have missed last week.
Treppie founder Jennifer Andrews sits outside for a photo.
The platform helps young women their sell products, market them and navigate the ins and outs of running a business.
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From a horseback riding app to an employee rewards platform, catch up on the latest local tech news.
Icon Source’s athlete profiles and messaging tool shown on two phones side by side.
The startup connects professional and collegiate athletes with brands interested in their name, image or likeness.
A ShoeSense Running fob on a running shoe.
ShoeSense Running was founded by a former University of Colorado student-athlete who is now training for the Olympics.
The founder and CEO of Soundscape Eric Alexander stands with a VR headset in front of a screenshot of his platform.
The Evergreen-based company puts users in control of the music while the scenes around them move to the beat.