Stateless Raises $1.4 Million in Seed Round

Catalyze CU and Techstars Boulder graduate Stateless has raised $1.4 million in a seed stage funding round. Funding was led by European VC Speedinvest, with additional funding from EVO Venture Partners, Techstars, PV Ventures, Service Provider Capital and angel investors. 

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BizWest, Dec 5, 2017

Catalyze CU Launches Student-Led Startups

The student and faculty teams in CU Boulder accelerator program Catalyze CU have been incubating transformative companies for the past seven weeks. Get a front-row-seat to hear them pitch their ideas to the community and potential investors... 

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CU Boulder Today, July 26, 2017

Catalyze CU Welcomes Entreprenuers Bill Aulet & Brad Field

Campus and community members are invited to Bill & Brad: A Morning with Bill Aulet and Brad Feld July 26 at the Visual Arts Complex, located just east of the University Memorial Center (UMC). After an introductory presentation from Aulet, he and Feld will engage in a in a spirited discussion of entrepreneurship from their individual perspectives...

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CU Boulder Today, July 25, 2017

Shinesty Featured on MTV

Shinesty -- a Boulder-based retail apparel company that has been growing at a fast clip since its launch two years ago-- is the focus of a reality TV show on MTV2...

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9News, July 21, 2017

Big Blue Technologies Changing Industry

Nevada Clean Magnesium, Inc is pleased to announce it has entered into a binding Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") for the purposes of forming a technical joint venture with Big Blue Technologies LLC ("BBT"), of Broomfield, Colorado, USA....

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Nevada Clean Magnesium, February 6, 2017

Kitables Launches Funding For An Even Smaller Lego Drone

Last year, a startup named Kitables was one of a few companies that unleashed working Lego drones into the world. Now the startup is back, and it’s attempting to build an even smaller version of its drone, which it’s calling — you guessed it — the Mini Lego Drone...

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The Verge, January 25, 2017

Mallinda Awarded $750K Grant for Reusable Carbon Fiber Composite

What’s one way to cut a car’s weight by 50 percent and improve fuel efficiency by up to 40 percent? Make it out of carbon fiber instead of steel. What if everyone had access to such a vehicle? Chris Kaffer, co-founder and CEO of Denver startup Mallinda, believes his company’s reusable carbon-fiber composite can help make that future a reality...

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CU New Venture Challenge, October 12, 2016