Topics Under Tag: "Colorado"

A Social Enterprise Accelerator Launches a Cryptocurrency for its Community

Anne Field | June 12, 2018

You’ve heard of Bitcoin. But a growing number of social enterprises are also adopting blockchain-based cryptocurrencies to build safe, transparent networks and communities. One recent example is COMMON, a social entrepreneurship accelerator and collaborative community based in Boulder, Colorado. COMMON recently introduced a cryptocurrency called COMMON Cents, to be used by members of its community. The […]

Colorado crowdfunding

Colorado’s Intrastate Crowdfunding Law Begins to Take Hold

Amy Cortese | January 26, 2018

Colorado is a hotbed of entrepreneurship, with a vibrant mix of startups creating everything from natural food brands to financial tech. So it’s been puzzling to see the state’s crowdfunding efforts take so long to gain traction. The Colorado Crowdfunding Act was passed in March 2015 and went into effect August 2015. It allows local […]

Why It’s a Great Time to Start and Grow a Product Company (Sorry, Unicorns!)

Krista Morgan | November 15, 2016

Mention the word ‘startup’ and it’s sure to conjure images of young engineers hunched over laptops, feverishly coding the next Facebook or Twitter. While tech startups tend to get all of the glory, not to mention the lion’s share of venture funding, consumer products companies are establishing a solid track record of returns—and gaining new interest […]