- 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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Also honored in: 2019 Best Tech Startups in Colorado Springs
“FoodMaven™ is an innovative online marketplace and rapid logistics company bringing agility and flexibility to the U.S. food system. The company’s goal is to capture and reclaim revenues from lost food, estimated at $200 billion per year. FoodMaven sells high-quality local and oversupplied food from distributors, manufacturers and producers to restaurants and institutional buyers at about half price. With an efficient Internet marketplace, big data optimization technology, and agile logistics model, FoodMaven is good for profits, good for people and good for the planet.”
“Julota is a consent and technology infrastructure that allows community care organizations to communicate with each other using their current software platforms. In other words, we connect ePCRs, EMRs and any other software platform that any organization in the community might be using, including law enforcement and behavior health. Everyone can stay on their own platform and yet still share data without the dreaded paperwork or time-consuming phone calls.”
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“Gearmunk is the worlds first outdoor adventure sports gear discovery platform that rewards you to use it!”
“Space sharing just got simpler. Share commercial space with qualified, verified people and places. From finding the right people to scheduling tours, sharing documents, and even making payments, easily manage the space sharing relationship through SpaceTogether’s marketplace.”
“Today’s young people’s future is totally unknown. The job market is uncertain, education is hugely expensive and doesn’t prepare them for tomorrow, and artificial intelligence is taking over everything.
65% of young people entering school today will work in jobs that don’t even currently exist.
How will our kids make it? And how will they be ready for an unpredictable future?”