Startups across the state raised a total of $76 million in the first month of 2018.
Denver startups raised $30.5 million, while Boulder startups garnered $8 million. Young companies across the rest of the state raised $37.2 million.
BusinessDen defines a startup as a company that’s 10 years old or younger and not publicly traded, or a fund or real estate venture.
Not included in this month’s roundup was an $851.7 million raise from Northwoods Energy, a Denver-based oil and gas company. It announced in a press release that it acquired another energy firm’s assets in Wyoming.
Colorado startups also raised $76 million in January 2017.
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Here is BusinessDen’s previous coverage of startups raising money in January, according to SEC filings:
SonderMind, a startup that helps clients find and book therapists, raised $310,000.
Apostrophe, a healthcare startup and Techstars grad, raised $400,000.
Havenly, an interior design startup, raised $13 million.
NanoSphere Health Science, a pharmaceutical company in Greenwood Village, raised $23.4 million.
Pinto Barn, which owns the nut-free snack brand Don’t Go Nuts, raised $5.3 million.
Teton Waters Ranch, which sells grass-fed beef, raised $3.5 million.
Closetbox, a storage and moving service, raised $6.5 million.