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Comcast Lands More MetroE Business

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DENVER -- Comcast Corporation, one of the nation's leading providers of information and communications products and services, announced that Galvanize has selected Comcast Business Class Ethernet to provide bandwidth connectivity to its entrepreneur and startup company members. Galvanize is an innovation ecosystem that provides capital, community and curriculum to some of Denver’s leading digital entrepreneurs and hottest technology startups, including ROXIMITY, Uber, GoSpotCheck, Forkly, and others. Galvanize creates a community for startups that range in size and growth, starting with a community area with “hot desks,” which are designed for the earliest of startups or solo innovators working remotely. For companies further along on the growth continuum, Galvanize offers permanent desks as well as “G Suites,” which remain part of the larger entrepreneurial community. Galvanize’s building is open to its members 24/7 and also features Gather, a full-service café for the public and community to come together, work and create. However, the community built within Galvanize is the true differentiator for entrepreneurs and startups. Galvanize creates a community that is a sum greater than its parts, allowing for knowledge sharing across company lines and varying disciplines. Comcast Corp.

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