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:
Publicly-traded cannabis company AmeriCann raised $2 million last month in a Form D offering.
Telemedicine startup CirrusMD is taking aim at a $2 million raise.
Hyprloco, a Denver software startup, notched $500,000 as of an SEC filing in November.
Melody Health Insurance got a $1 million shot in the arm as it eyes a potential merger.
Revolar’s first product, an emergency alert device. It plans to put similar technology into wearables, like jewelry.
Rockies Venture Club is launching its first venture capital fund at the beginning of 2017.
Email software startup SendGrid raised $33 million as it prepares a potential IPO in 2017.
Startup accelerator Techstars has disclosed a $3.4 million fund called Techstars Boston 2017.
Tokken, a mobile payment app for the cannabis industry, put away $500,000 in November.
Greenwood Village app startup WeeSchool pocketed $200,000.
To see who’s raising money in your neck of the woods, you can view our funding map here.