A collaboration among the Intermountain West region's leading research universities and federal laboratories, showcasing the best companies from the region’s innovation ecosystem to investors and the business community.
Next Meeting: Thursday, January 13, 2022 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM MST
Boulder New Tech is a monthly meetup of engineers, scientists, technologists, entrepreneurs and interested members of the community who get together ever month to hear about interesting technology projects. We have been around for about 15 years. We are hopeful that you will join us for our December 9th meeting and make a presentation on your company. Presentations are typically 10-15 minutes with 5-10 minutes of Q&A from the audience
The Intuitive Founders 1 to N program provides startup founders opportunities to connect, discuss and share common issues with other startup leaders going through similar experiences. Through a series of brainstorming sessions, group activities and connections to world-class successful leaders, the program will provide founders the time and space to be challenged as well as gain unique insights into how to solve the issues they face, identify their gaps and blind spots, make better decisions, feel less isolated while leading a balanced lifestyle. All program expenses, including travel and lodging costs, are covered for all participants. This opportunity is for founders who are scaling their businesses, are committed, coachable, willing to get help and help others, and have $1M in revenue and/or have raised more than a $1M in capital.
TheE-Team Grant Programoffers a powerful mix of catalytic grant funding and entrepreneurship training to student teams that are developing scalable solutions to social, health, and environmental challenges.
Early-stage innovators with promising science- and engineering-based inventions can receive up to $25K in grant funding, along with entry into the Pioneer training workshop. During Pioneer, we work with these emerging entrepreneurs to ignite understanding of possible pathways for their venture and innovation.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), part of NIH, recently announced its annual “$100,000 for Start a SUD Startup” Challenge. The challenge's goal is to support research ideas in the area of Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) that are intended to be the foundation for the development of successful new startups.