Boulder’s Accuer, Evver and Kapta Systems to pitch at Colorado Capital Conference

Three Boulder companies were selected to make presentations to investors at next month’s 25th annual Colorado Capital Conference in Denver, officials announced Tuesday.

The event takes place Nov. 6 and 7 in Denver and Golden, respectively, and includes a keynote address by U.S. Rep Jared Polis, D-Boulder, presentations and funding pitches.

The Boulder companies slated to pitch to investors are: Accuer, which developed a software-as-a-service application to shorten the schedules of project development teams; Evver, which developed a video production and sharing software program; and Kapta Systems, which developed a cloud-based strategic planning program for businesses.

The local firms will join Carbo Analytics, of Fort Collins; Closely Inc., of Denver; Field Squared, of Denver; fuseSPORT, of Colorado Springs, Hydrant-Flush, of Westminster; Lenimen, of Denver; NightFlyer, of Denver; ORBTR, of Denver; and OrderStorm, of Golden.

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Alicia Wallace is the business reporter for the Boulder Daily Camera.
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