Denver looks to startup campus to galvanize city

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Denver looks to startup campus to galvanize city

Andy Cross/The Denver Post



Galvanize co-founders, from left, Tony Mugavero, Jim Deters and Lawrence Mandes hold the outdoor sign in the lobby area before it gets attached to their building space in Denver. Galvanize, a large co-working space that can hold up to 70 tech companies, opened its doors last month in downtown Denver’s Golden Triangle.

Denver looks to startup campus to galvanize city

Andy Cross/The Denver Post



Galvanize co-founders, from left, Tony Mugavero, Jim Deters and Lawrence Mandes hold the outdoor sign in the lobby area before it gets attached to their building space in Denver. Galvanize, a large co-working space that can hold up to 70 tech companies, opened its doors last month in downtown Denver’s Golden Triangle.
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