The 29th Colorado Capital Conference occurred in November 2017. This conference focused around Micro VCs, the gap that they are filling, and how Angel Investors and Entrepreneurs can best work with them.

MicroVCs play a huge role in the startup ecosystem, but the landscape is changing quickly. This year’s Colorado Capital Conference focuses on the evolving role of Micro VCs which are broadly defined as venture capital funds under $100 million in assets under management. There are new entrants into the MicroVC arena including accelerators and angel funds, and how startups should think about the pros and cons of going with a MicroVC as opposed to one of the larger VCs who can take them all the way to unicorn status.

Rockies Venture Club has identified and selected 8 startups this year and cliexa has been selected as one of the companies to present. With over 200 participants this year, cliexa has pitched to MicroVC’s and angel investors and answered questions.

Here is the link of the companies including cliexa and their short bios:

//www.coloradocapitalconference.org/companies/

 

After an in-depth review by over thirty business and healthcare leaders, Prime Health, the country’s leading health innovation ecosystem, is excited to announce that twelve companies have been selected to move forward in the largest funded pitch competition of its kind in the nation, The Prime Health Challenge.

cliexa is one of the digital health startups competing as one of the semifinalists.

Read cybermednews blog here.

One of the two digital health companies in Boomtown’s current health-tech class, cliexa develops mobile applications that assist users in managing their chronic diseases.

Read more at Cybermed News article.