The Tech Tribune staff has compiled the very best tech startups in Colorado Springs, Colorado. In doing our research, we considered several factors including but not limited to:
- Revenue potential
- Leadership team
- Brand/product traction
- Competitive landscape
Additionally, all companies must be independent (unacquired), privately owned, at most 10 years old, and have received at least one round of funding in order to qualify.
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“Community Funded is redefining philanthropy by empowering organizations to connect people to the meaningful causes they care about. We reduce the level of effort required by organizations to create and share their stories while enabling them to reach and cultivate deeper, more meaningful relationships with the audiences most relevant to the stories they seek to tell. In essence, Community Funded reinvents the relationship between an organization and its donors.”
“InsideFlyer was created by travelers, for travelers. Here you can discover and share your experiences related to travel and frequent flyer programs with business travelers, leisure travelers, infrequent flyers and road warriors alike.
InsideFlyer is a privately funded venture based in Colorado Springs, CO (affectionally—the House of Miles). We’re a small diverse group of experienced frequent flyer experts, travel community builders, technologists, and friends of the flyer who want to help you learn to be an expert traveler. We believe that learning about frequent flyer miles should be as fun as travel itself.
“Our intention was never to launch a website, our intention was to build a global brand for frequent flyers.””
“Gearmunk is the worlds first outdoor adventure sports gear discovery platform that rewards you to use it!”
“BurstIQ’s platform and ecosystem will enable a coming transformation in the healthcare space. Data is becoming increasingly critical to clinical, operational, and individual decision-making, and interest in products and partnerships that leverage data is exploding. However, health data is largely siloed, inaccessible, non-standardized across systems, and difficult to understand, use and share.”