Core Progression currently has three corporate-owned locations, in Arvada and Northglenn. Now, the company is headed to Las Vegas and Miami.
It’s the first location for a company that just completed Boulder’s Techstars accelerator program this week.
Harsh Patel replaces Al Rosabal, who led Galvanize for 15 months.
The cloud-based software behemoth also is reportedly hunting for a large chunk of permanent space in the Mile High City.
L. James CPA Inc. took out loans totaling $725,000 in November 2017, but has missed payments, according to a lawsuit.
More than 80 women turned out for the first installment of BusinessDen’s women-only networking event.
“I think it’s a rare opportunity for somebody who wants lifestyle without the oversized mansion,” the current owner said.
The company, previously known as BubbleIQ, allows IT professionals to organize and prioritize tech support requests through Slack.
The solar company’s new office replaces four existing ones downtown, which total 85,000 square feet.
Denver is the 19th city where Sonder operates rooms. The company has taken over a former hostel.