Startups in Colorado raised a total of $170 million in October.
That compares to $557 million in September — the lion’s share of which was raised by one company — and $137.2 million in October 2017.
Startups based in Denver accounted for $27 million of the October total, according to a tally of Form Ds filed with the SEC.
Boulder-based ad tech firm Sovrn raised $25 million. The Daily Camera reported that the Foundry Group led the round.
Meanwhile, MS Biotech, which has locations in Littleton and Kansas, raised $59 million in outside investment. The company makes products to enhance the diets of cattle.
BusinessDen defines a startup as being 10 years old or less, and excludes publicly traded companies, funds and real estate ventures.
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Including non-startups, companies across the state raised a total of $402 million in October.
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