Return Path and Go Code Colorado Host Local Kickoff Event

I’m excited to announce that Return Path will be hosting a local kickoff event with Go Code Colorado for innovators living and working in the greater Denver/Boulder area. On March 9, we’ll have an evening of networking, food, and drinks while hearing from organizers from Go Code Colorado—the annual apps and business challenge event that awards a mentor weekend and $25k to competing teams—about this year’s competition.

As a leader in the open data movement, Go Code Colorado works with government entities to make their data available to developers and innovators. And now you can take part in the effort to make Colorado better for all of us.

Each year, Go Code Colorado brings together teams of developers, designers, marketers, thinkers, or entrepreneurs to create a civic app using open data. Teams compete to build the best app and a chance at $25,000 to keep the app and business idea going.

Please join us on March 9 from 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM at the Return Path office to learn about this exciting opportunity.


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