The Term Sheet: Startup funding roundup for November

Colorado startups raised $120 million in November, according to a tally of SEC Form Ds by BusinessDen.

The largest startup funding round went to an oil and gas firm, Crimson Midstream Holdings, which raised $74 million. Second in line was software startup SendGrid, which reported raising $33 million as it zeroes in on a potential IPO in 2017.

For this survey, BusinessDen defines a startup as any business founded in the past 10 years, excluding publicly-traded companies, real estate projects and investment funds

Altogether, Colorado companies notched $348 million in Form D offerings last month.

To see all of those offerings, from startups and non-startups alike, download our spreadsheet. Here is some of BusinessDen’s past coverage of the companies on this month’s list:

To see who’s raising money in your neck of the woods, you can view our funding map here.

Colorado startups raised $120 million in November, according to a tally of SEC Form Ds by BusinessDen.

The largest startup funding round went to an oil and gas firm, Crimson Midstream Holdings, which raised $74 million. Second in line was software startup SendGrid, which…

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