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Where’s the best city to start a food company?

September 16, 2014 – Huffington Post – Our company is based in San Francisco – one of the best areas in the world for a tech startup. But is Northern California the best place to start a food company? There are plenty of young food companies sprouting up around here – as well as in other culinary hubs such as Brooklyn, Portland, and Boulder. There are several criteria we’d analyze to determine the finest location.

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Boulder development ‘strategy’ rejected in 5-4 vote

September 16, 2014 – Daily Camera – When City Councilman Sam Weaver’s proposal for a moratorium on all new building projects in Boulder met swift and fierce opposition, he replaced it Tuesday night with a call for a broader development strategy.

But the council voted 5-4 against pursuing his proposed “comprehensive development strategy process.”

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Nonprofit buys office building for $2.5 million

September 15, 2014 – BizWest – The Bridge House, a nonprofit based in Boulder that provides services to the homeless and the working poor, has purchased a two-story office building at 4747 Table Mesa Road in Boulder for $2,525,000.

Bridge House plans to retrofit the 14,423-square-foot building to create living space, a dining area, common space, computer lab and garden.

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Boulder’s InDevR receives contract for FluChip-8G development

September 15, 2014 – Daily Camera – Boulder-based InDevR has landed a multimillion-dollar infusion that could land the company’s FluChip influenza virus diagnostic technology in hospital labs and urgent care centers by 2016.

InDevR was awarded a contract with the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority to complete product development of the FluChip-8G diagnostic product. InDevR could receive up to $14.7 million as a result of the agreement, if certain milestones are met.

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Hoping to retain fast-growing SendGrid, Boulder OKs $60,000 incentive

September 2, 2014 – Daily Camera – Boulder has approved up to $60,000 in rebates for local cloud-based email delivery company SendGrid, in an effort to retain one of the area’s highest-impact and fastest-growing employers.

SendGrid, founded five years ago, claims to move 2 percent of the world’s non-spam email — roughly 13 billion emails per month — for more than 175,000 companies worldwide.

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