The Term Sheet: Startup Funding Roundup for July 2018

Startups across the state raised $160 million in the month of July, according to a tally of SEC filings.

Startups in Denver raised $96 million, while startups in Boulder raised $13 million. The remaining $51 million was raised by companies located elsewhere in Colorado.

Included in July’s round of startup funding was InBankshares, Corp., a new bank holding company that raised $69 million, and Cool Planet Energy Systems, an agriculture tech company that raised $20 million last month.

BusinessDen defines a startup as a business that’s less than 10 years old and excludes publicly traded companies, real estate ventures and funds.

Download the full list of raises here.

You can download BusinessDen’s spreadsheet of July’s capital raises here.

Here is a roundup of BusinessDen’s previous coverage of startups raising funds last month:

Oskar Blues Brewery raised $18.5 million.

– Pueblo-based ActivArmor, which makes 3D-printed waterproof casts, raised $800,000.

– Boulder-based TalkBox, which makes phone booths for open offices, raised $237,500.

– Denver-based Apostrophe, a health insurance startup, raised $4 million.

POSTED IN Investing, News, Top News

Editor's Picks

Leave a Reply

Be the First to Comment!

Notify of