Recently, we moved from our startup garage in Wash Park to our new and improved spot at Galvanize in Denver.

(BTW, if you like our old spot and want to check it out, get in touch with PivotDesk).  We are pumped about the move, for several reasons… but especially because we now have room to grow (and, yes, GoSpotCheck is hiring).

Galvanize has received tons of local acclaim and press since it opened, because the folks that work here have an audacious goal: to “create an ‘innovation ecosystem’ designed to give entrepreneurs and innovators the best chance of success at the start of their next (or first) big thing.”

Recently, these types of communities have popped up all over the country.  Tech mentors like Brad Feld have been adamant about developing startup communities and preach the advantages of having a tightly knit, condensed group of startups.

From our perspective, Galvanize meets the four keys to Feld’s “Boulder Thesis” (see above) in the following ways:

Here at GoSpotCheck, we look forward to watching Galvanize grow and transform.  We’d be remiss not to mention some of our cohort here, so a big shout out to SupportLocal, Active Junky, Forkly, Knoll, Manta, Ninety Plus, Rentbits, Roximity, Uber, and more!

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