Air Force showcasing 3 technologies for potential licensing Friday in Colorado Springs

Catalyst Campus in downtown Colorado Springs will host an Air Force Technology Showcase at 6 p.m. Friday to highlight three technologies developed by the Air Force Academy and the Air Force Research Laboratory Munitions Directorate to businesses that might want to license them. Read more here:

PTAC & SBDC move downtown will help small businesses

The Pikes Peak Small Business Development Center and the Colorado Procurement Technical Assistance Center will move late next month to Catalyst Campus, on the east edge of downtown, from the Citizens Service Center on Garden of the Gods Road to be closer to clients. Read more here:

Microsoft classes teaching soldiers technology

About 500 soldiers leave the military every month in Colorado Springs, and now the Microsoft Software & Systems Academy is bridging the gap to civilian careers in information technology. MSSA and Fort Carson celebrated Friday as 24 soldiers entered the inaugural class at Catalyst Campus for Technology & Innovation. Read more here

Catalyst Campus’ Rising Star: Dr. Rebecca Decker

Rebecca Decker says there’s never a boring day at Catalyst Campus — and she should know. Read the full article featuring CSBJ’s Rising Star, Catalyst Campus’ Director of Marketing and Business Engagement, Dr. Rebecca Decker:

Catalyst Campus Recognized for its Collaborative Ecosystem and Innovation in EDCC Online Article: “Colorado builds more than spacecraft: State’s innovative partnerships develop aerospace talent and industry capabilities”

Other Colorado initiatives drive collaboration among industry stakeholders, researchers, and educators. The University of Colorado Boulder’s AeroSpace Ventures (ASV) initiative brings together aerospace engineering and earth and space science faculty, students, and industrial researchers to solve complex problems leading to new discoveries and innovations. The Catalyst Campus for Technology and Innovation, based in Colorado Springs, is developing a collaborative infrastructure …

Catalyst Campus’ Efforts Highlighted in Gazette Article “Ted Rayburn: What will keep Colorado Springs on a growth trajectory?”

It may have been Colorado Springs’ mountains and sunshine that first grabbed the attention of people wanting to relocate, but it’s the availability of good-paying jobs that really stirred the pot. Many of those employers would not be here without the policies of the current mayor’s office and the work of groups like the Chamber of Commerce and EDC, Downtown …

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Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie Establishes Presence at Catalyst Campus

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., March 2, 2017 – Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP, a leading law firm in Colorado Springs, has established a presence at Catalyst Campus for Technology & Innovation. It is the first law firm to provide services on the campus. The law firm provides clients with legal services in government contracts, intellectual property, litigation, ‎business transactions, real estate …