Nominate Denverite’s next Startup of the Week and win a free week at Galvanize

Do you know about a great startup in the Denver-metro area, Boulder or Rocky Mountain region? Nominate it to be featured as Denverite’s Startup of the Week!

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Do you know about a great startup in the Denver-metro area, Boulder or Rocky Mountain region? Nominate it to be featured as Denverite’s Startup of the Week! If the company you submit is chosen, you’ll win a FREE week at the Galvanize Golden Triangle co-working space.

You’ll get access to all of the amenities on campus, plus any on-site programming happening that week.

What’s the catch? You can’t nominate your own company/employer. Use this as an opportunity to nominate startups that you respect or admire the work they’re doing — they might just return the favor.

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Startups of the Week

October
  • JStar’s Josh.ai wants to make smart homes smarter
  • Tokken takes on marijuana legitimization first, and then economic disenfranchisement
  • Sync It! leverages creativity for business — and throws wild lip sync competitions
November
  • Seifer makes activewear that’s functional, ethical and Colorado home-grown
  • CanPay’s debit system for cannabis bypasses the regulatory issues that credit cards face
  • ParkiFi is here to help relieve the “pain point” of parking
December
    • EMSRelay helps EMS help you by cutting about five minutes off ER check-in time
    • Lumenati and Cinebody aim to pull advertising into the millennial era
    • RenewWest gives landowners a reason to replant trees as forest fires accelerate global warming
    • So Let’s Roll curates niche events for the eccentric at heart
    • Stashbox: It’s like Birchbox for pot stuff
January
  • Pana’s chat-bot, Crosby, is now free to organize your travel plans
  • Mighteor is bringing brand content to the palm of your hand
Stephanie Snyder

Author: Stephanie Snyder

Stephanie Snyder is Denverite's engagement specialist — focusing on social media, audience development and finding creative ways to connect with readers. Like many, she is an enthusiastic Denver transplant after working as a journalist in New York City, Southern California, Washington, D.C., and her hometown — Phoenix.