As if the $50k in cash awards, access to industry leading mentors, healthy competition and building a stronger Colorado economy weren’t enough, the three winning Go Code Colorado teams will also automatically qualify as finalists in OEDIT’s Advanced Industries – Early Stage Program, making them eligible to receive up to $250,000 each in grant funding.
That’s more money to build your business and continue development on your app! If you haven’t signed up to join a team yet, now is your chance.
Denver Challenge Weekend
On Twitter, and at countless meetups across Colorado, you asked over and over for us to host a Challenge Weekend in Denver.
You asked, and we answered!
We’re happy to announce we’ll now be hosting a Challenge Weekend in Denver at SendGrid’s Larimer Square office. Hopefully this will make it easier for many of you to attend and build apps for Colorado businesses. Plus, your team will have a chance to win up to $25,000 in cash awards, $250,000 in grants, and much more!
Want to change the Challenge Weekend that you are attending?
Head over to Eventbrite, and click on your Current Orders. Click on your Challenge Weekend ticket.
Then select Cancel Order.
Once you’ve canceled your order, then go ahead and sign up for the new Challenge Weekend that you’d like to attend.
Grand Junction Challenge
Unfortunately, we’re sad to announce that due to a lack of participation, the Challenge Weekend in Grand Junction has been canceled.
We recommend that Grand Junction participants attend the Durango Challenge Weekend instead. Ska Brewing is providing beer for the weekend, and the event will be hosted at DurangoSpace, a great place for networking and collaborating with developers from across the Western Slope.
We enjoyed meeting many great Western Slope devs and businesses, and have high hopes for hosting an event in Grand Junction next year.