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  1. Two Local Teams of Tech Developers Advance in Creative Coding Competition

    Greg Ruland printed an excellent write up on Go Code Colorado, the two winning teams from Grand Junction and LAUNCH West CO in the Daily Sentinel! It's incredible to see the startup activity in Grand Junction and Western Colorado! This year's competition truly was a resounding success. We had over 40 competitors, five teams, five excellent ideas, five hours using wifi hotspots, seven amazing meals, visits from two city councelors, and one county commissioner. And in the end there is $25,000 at stake. What a fun weekend! More than 40 competitors spent two days and two nights at the Business Incubator Center last weekend, massaging data from state agencies into the most muscular computer application they could think of. Two winning teams from Grand Junction, both composed entirely of Colorado Mesa … Read More

  2. Grand Junction Group Connecting the Tech Industry

    KREX's Julia Maguire shines the spotlight on tech entrepreneurship in Western Colorado! Go Code is one of our favorite events. We're so grateful to the Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams office for helping to let Western Colorado shine. Check out the full video and story here. LaunchWestCO is brining the tech industry together through several events, one of those, the upcoming Go Code Colorado. Put on by the state, teams in Grand Junction create an app and business strategy. Winners move on to the state level, and earn a chance to meet with mentors from the top companies in the industry. If you haven't yet, register for Go Code Colorado today! It's completely free and you could win $25,000 to start your business. … Read More

  3. Go Code Contest Challenges Local Entrepreneurs

    LAUNCH has been extremely lucky to be able to work with huge economic partners in Grand Junction and Colorado to help drive high-tech growth within our region. Fostering entrepreneurial culture takes a lot of work and dedication from a lot of different people. It's so great to see the Colorado Secretary of State's office, the GJ Incubator, Proximity Space in Montrose, our friends at CMU and so many more working so hard to make Western Colorado a better place to work and live! In this piece by Greg Ruland at the Grand Junction Sentinel, Georgann Jouflas makes a great case for participating in Go Code: “It’s an incredible experience,” said Georgann Jouflas, a Colorado Mesa University professor of entrepreneurship who competed in the Go Code contest in 2015. Jouflas’ team came up with … Read More

  4. Go Code 2016 Challenge Statement

    This year's Go Code Challenge Statement is much broader than in the past. While that can be intimidating, don't let fear stop you from participating. There is nothing like working with an incredible team to build something new to teach you the things you don't know—and we all don't know something. Now, if you think you’re more of a problem solver than a problem definer, then we encourage you to find a teammate or two who can bring that strength to your team. It will definitely help if you have some business expertise on the team as well. After two years of running this challenge, we’re amazed by creative solutions that we would have never thought of—and we’re looking forward to more of that brilliance from the tech entrepreneurship community … Read More

  5. Go Code Colorado Dates Announced

    The dates for Go Code Colorado have been announced. Go Code 2015 was a blast, and 2016 promises to be even better. Put these dates on your calendar before you schedule something else! … Read More