New Tech March Newsletter

From: Robert R.
Sent on: Monday, March 11, 2013 5:55 PM

Welcome

Announcements:

New Tech Denver is moving its monthly meeting from MapQuest to Galvanise so we can help connect more people each month.  As we make this transition I want to give a huge shout out to the entire MapQuest team. You have been an amazing and gracious host. Thank You. I think it would be awesome if we could get MapQuest to trend on Twitter as a way to say thank you. Feel free to post your own special thank you using the #MapQuest hashtag or you can retweet the one i just posted #MapQuest is Awesome.

Fort Collins New Tech is celebrating its 1 year birthday tomorrow night. Join us while we raise a glass and reflect on all the amazing things happening in our state.

The New Tech website just passed 500 companies and to celebrate we released two new features. Add your company today. http://bdnt.org

March events we think you might enjoy:

Job highlights from our message boards

New Tech Resources

Blog of the month

February Presenters:

  • Boulder:
  • Fort Collins:
  • Denver:
    • Vokl (Tom Higley) - Vokl Business is “show and tell” for your business. Use the Vokl Business iPhone app to create beautiful pictures, add words to your images, and share your content with your customers through Facebook and Twitter. Fast, beautiful and effective.
    • Savorly (Aaron White) - Savorly is a community of food enthusiasts sharing what they are cooking everyday. We give you the ability to discover that next great dish!
    • Digabit (Kevin Mackay) - Digabit’ electronic parts catalog, Documoto is allowing for manufactures of industrial equipment to stream 3D models over the web for online parts ordering.
    • TAGster(Josh Pierce) - TAGster is a free social benefit service that gives lost objects, people and pets a way back home by providing honest people with the simple tools they need to instantly notify the owner.
    • CU Deming Center Venture Fund(Chris Stanko) - CU's Deming Center Venture Fund invests in tech start-ups in Boulder and Denver.

March Sponsors:
Mode Set http://www.modeset.com
More than just developers, we want to understand your business model, your risks, blockers, opportunities, and market advantages. We’re here to build you a viable, releasable product you can take to customers, investors, and stakeholders. Whether that product is a web application, mobile application or social application, or purely architecture, infrastructure or optimization, we can help. We bring with us extensive knowledge and years of experience working with clients ranging from early-stage startups to large global brands.

AlchemyAPI (http://www.alchemyapi.com)
The product of over 50 person years of engineering effort, AlchemyAPI is a cloud-based text mining platform providing the most comprehensive set of semantic analysis capabilities in the natural language processing field. Used over 3 billion times per month by 23,000+ developers, AlchemyAPI enables customers to perform large-scale social media monitoring, target advertisements more effectively, track influencers and sentiment within the media, automate content aggregation and recommendation, make more accurate stock trading decisions, enhance business and government intelligence systems, and create smarter applications and services.

Technical Integrity (http://technicalintegrity.com/)
We've created a better way to help employers and highly skilled technologists connect. It involves critical elements that so many people forget: a focus on a two-way cultural matching for both our clients and candidates, as well as engaging with and giving back to the community. This is part of our DNA, and as a result we've changed the way technical placements are done. We are highly selective and only work with the most interesting and well-respected startups and mid-size employers in Boulder, Denver, and around the nation. These are companies who treat their employees with respect, have fun, and understand that valued employees happy employees . We also take pride in representing only the best Engineers and Executives. We emphasize quality, honesty, and integrity in everything we do. In 2011 we gave back almost $[masked] to charities and non-profits in Boulder and beyond. Over the past few years we've helped our community to bring together like-minded folks at Meetups, Ignite Boulder and BoulderBeta. We are proud to be sponsoring Boulder Denver New Tech Meetup. Drop us a line if we can be of assistance to you, oh, and we love snarky comments- so snark away!

Silicon Flatirons (http://www.silicon-flatirons.org)
CU-Boulder's Silicon Flatirons Center is a donor-supported entity which helps connect the fabric of the Front Range's software, Internet, and telecom entrepreneurship scene. SFC's objective is to help catalyze startups by connecting CU to the Mile High Tech emerging company community. In addition to the Meetup, SFC's Entrepreneurship Initiative includes the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic, the Entrepreneurs Unplugged series, Crash Courses on entrepreneurship, and our annual March entrepreneurship conference. SFC additionally works closely with partners across the CU campus to present the New Venture Challenge. SFC is delighted to serve as a Meetup sponsor since 2007.

Scrib (http://bit.ly/Klyyl7)
When you arrive at Scrib, say: Hi I am with BDNT, my name is "" and I reserved one of the BDNT/Scrib work spaces. Please post about your BDNT Scrib experience on Twitter using the hashtag #BDNTScrib, so the community can monitor. Address: Scrib 2060 Broadway St. Boulder, CO 80303. Schedule: http://bit.ly/Klyyl7

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BDNT Team
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