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July 28, 2015

The Daily Sentinel

(July, 16 2015)

Representatives of a Denver-based venture capital fund are making the rounds, telling communities and business-development entities around the state they have millions to invest in promising Colorado companies — especially those located outside the Denver-Boulder corridor.

The $63 million Colorado Impact Fund is managed at no cost by the Denver office of Vestar Capital Partners, Inc., to boost entrepreneurial activity and encourage economic growth in Colorado communities, primarily those struggling to create jobs.

But this is no philanthropic endeavor. The goal is to make money applying the same...

July 28, 2015

The Daily Sentinel

(July 15, 2015)

By Gary Harmon

The managers of the Colorado Impact Fund have $57 million to invest in proven ideas and are traveling the Centennial State in search of entrepreneurs who are hamstrung by a lack of capital and expertise.

Fund managers visited Grand Junction this week in hopes of finding companies that would qualify for investment by the fund. which is looking to make investments of $2 million to $6 million each.

One hard-and-fast requirement — the metropolitan Front Range need not apply.

“We don’t call it the ‘Denver-Boulder Impact Fund’ for a reason,” said Jim Kelley, managing partner of the Colorad...

July 28, 2015

Huffington Post

(July 20, 2015)

By Gabriel Sanchez Zinny

When we look at cities connected to Latin America we usually think of Miami, which many call the regional “capital,” or New York, or perhaps the less frequently thought of Houston and Dallas, but Denver usually doesn’t come to mind. The Biennial of the Americas is changing that.

This year was the third Biennial held in Denver and it was a fascinating blend of culture, arts, ideas, and policy debate. “We tried to organize something different” said Meegan Moszinky, the Biennial of the Americas Ideas Director “where we mix policy debates, with artists, singers, painters, and ar...

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