Rock in-app messaging startup Stream lands $15 million Collection A to grow staff

When Covid-19 hit, Boulder startup Stream felt a significant hit on its business. Customers using its in-app messaging and activity feeds began to fold and the company was searching for answers. Then, new revenue opportunities developed from an increasingly virtual world. “The initial Covid-19 impact was pretty bad,” co-founder and Continue Reading

When sporting activities return, Denver’s Uru Sports is ready to aid professional athletes discover professional opportunities

As Covid-19 hit and sports seasons around the world were put on hold, Denver startup Uru Sports faced some difficult questions. The company, which helps connect athletes with professional opportunities, began the year with incredible momentum. Uru was invited to an event at the Super Bowl, presented at the NBA Continue Reading

9 points companies ought to take into consideration before returning to the worksite

As employers begin reopening their businesses, questions may arise about what preparations they should be making. Many are considering a phased approach, such as bringing high-impact, revenue-generating, or non-customer facing employees back first, using staggered work schedules, or creating uniquely scheduled teams to aid with social distancing. Each business will Continue Reading

Kroger releases employer-focused coronavirus testing program

Kroger Co., parent company of King Soopers and City Market grocery stores, has launched a coronavirus testing program geared toward employers. The new CovidCare Plus program combines Kroger Health’s Covid-19 Test Home Collection Kit with other health care services such as vaccinations, telehealth and telenutrition. Cincinnati-based Kroger (NYSE: KR), the Continue Reading