Colorado startups raised a total of $77 million in February.
According to a tally of Form D filings with the SEC, startups in Denver accounted for $25.5 million of that figure, while Boulder startups took in $17.7 million. Young companies elsewhere in the state raised $33.5 million.
BusinessDen defines a startup as a company that is 10 years old or younger, and excludes publicly traded companies, real estate ventures and funds.
February’s haul is well above the $40.7 million that Colorado startups raised in February 2017.
Including non-startup companies, Colorado businesses raised $566 million in February, according to filings.
To download BusinessDen’s tally of funds raised in Colorado last month, click here.
Here is previous coverage of startups that raised money in February:
Sheets & Giggles, a startup making eucalyptus and bamboo bed sheets, raised $56,500.
Pat’s Backcountry Beverages, a company making beverage concentrate for hikers, raised $5.6 million.
MJardin Group, a cannabis consulting startup, raised $6.4 million.
Grower’s Organic, an organic food distributor, raised $295,000.
MassRoots, a cannabis social platform, raised $2.7 million.
Apto, a real estate software company, raised $1.25 million.