BROOMFIELD — The idea for Anthony Franco’s fifth company sprouted while he was trying to solve what he called at the time an “introvert problem” at company No. 4.
Whole Foods Market has partnered with Boulder’s BoomTown Accelerator to feed tech professionals healthy food and help the grocer improve its own technology.
Boulder and Brisbane, Australia, don’t share much. But they do share Pixmoto, a tech startup with an online video platform that helps retailers keep traffic on their site.
In 2015, when digital health funding – which had exceeded four billion dollars the year before – showed no signs of slowing, Boomtown partnered with Colorado Permanente Medical Group (CPMG) and launched the Boomtown Health-Tech Accelerator.
“Healthcare startups are hard,” said Vic Gatto, the founder and CEO of Jumpstart Foundry, a Nashville based innovation fund. “And if you decide to do healthcare startups in Middle America, where there isn’t any capital, that’s not just hard – that’s crazy.”
In the fifth interview of the series, Chris Titley spoke with Simon Knapp, co-founder of Pixmoto. Pixmoto allow retailers to sell product directly from their published video content. Pixmoto has just finished a three month working accelerator program in Colorado called “Boomtown”.
BOULDER, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Kickfurther, the only marketplace where people can buy inventory for brands they love and earn returns when that inventory sells, is headed to Las Vegas for CES 2016, the ‘global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace,’ to compete in the Extreme Tech Challenge.
Ecommerce has come in leaps and bounds over the last two decades; according to eMarketer, global ecommerce sales will hit $1.5 trillion this year, and continue to grow as new technology makes it even easier for us to keep buying wherever and whenever.