Massive media campus proposed for Parker could lure 4,000 jobs

By BizWest Staff A proposed media campus in Parker could create 4,000 jobs in film and television production. The Denver Post reports that Denver media company Redbarre is backing the privately funded venture. The proposed Redbarre Digital Media & Technology Campus would be located in 1.9 million square feet in the Compark Village subdivision near E-470 and Chambers Road. The project could break ground in 2018, with operations beginning in 2020. Redbarre CEO Don Levy told the Post that the project could approach $1 billion in cost. The post Massive media campus proposed for Parker could lure 4,000 jobs appeared first on BizWest.… Continue Reading...

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Innosphere backs Israel-Colorado venture fund

By BizWest Staff A venture-capital fund backed by Fort Collins-based Innosphere will work to bring Israeli startups focused on energy, transportation and water to Colorado. The Denver Post reports that the Israel-Colorado Innovation Fund, also backed by Colorado water and energy executives, has an annual budget of $4 million. Six companies are initially receiving grants totaling $1.5 million. The fund was established in April by Gili Elkin, an Israeli citizen and native of Berkeley, Calif. The Israeli Innovation Authority will match funds put up by Elkin’s firm, the Post reports. The post Innosphere backs Israel-Colorado venture fund appeared first on BizWest.… Continue Reading...

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Economic development group pitches Northern Colorado

By [email protected] Economic development group pitches Northern Colorado Source:: Colorado Business… Continue Reading...

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Why online sports retailer Fanatics chose Boulder for its tech hub

By Jensen Werley BOULDER — Fanatics might be thought of as a sports merchandising giant or as a manufacturer, but at its heart, the e-commerce business thinks of itself as a tech company. Its tech operations are located in Boulder, which has been open for a year and is growing rapidly. “Fanatics is a tech company at heart,” said Jim Oxenhandler, director of engineering for Fanatics. “Everything we’re doing is deep in technology. We have multiple locations, but here in Boulder, we’re concentrating on creating innovative tech by creating a seamless supply-chain system.” Fanatics operates more than 300 online and offline stores, including managing ecommerce for all major professional sports leagues such as the NFL, NBA, MLB and…

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Aerospace firm Tendeg moving within CTC in Louisville

By Doug Storum LOUISVILLE — Tendeg LLC, an aerospace engineering firm, will move within the Colorado Technology Center in Louisville to a new building at 1772 Prairie Way. Tendeg is leasing 7,349 square feet of space in the building developed by Ben Blaugrund, owner of Breakaway Business Center LLC. Tendeg will join Fate Brewing Co., which is opening a restaurant, brewery and taphouse later this year; Wis.-based ePac, a digital flexible packaging company that is expanding operations in the region this fall; and Apex Movement, a parkour gym that recently opened in Blaugrund’s building.… Continue Reading...

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City might hold off on small cellular signals on light poles

By [email protected] City officials consider a moratorium on installing small cell devices until regulations can be developed. Source:: Colorado Business… Continue Reading...

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