On June 5th, the Powderkeg national innovation network launched a data initiative called the Denver Tech Census. Nearly 100 tech founders, employees, investors and other Denver tech leaders weighed in on the growing tech community they call home. The resulting data answers questions such as:
I think having a work-life balance in Boulder and Denver is a real asset to most companies because you get more interesting people.
I talk to people from the Valley and I tell them that there’s a discount when they come here because their capital goes a lot further than it does in the Valley.
What I like about the Boulder-Denver startup community is that it’s smart enough to know that it has to be its own thing; it’s not just trying to copy Silicon Valley.