The Term Sheet: Startup funding roundup for November

Teton Waters Ranch was founded by real estate investor Jeff Russell (left) and rancher Dusty Shifflet. (Submitted)

Colorado startups raised a total of $147 million in November.

That compares to $170 million in October and $295 million in November 2017.

Denver startups accounted for $76.8 million of the total funding last month, according to a tally of Form Ds filed with the SEC. Boulder startups raised $47.5 million, while startups outside the two tech hubs raised a total of $23 million.

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

All companies, including startups and non-startups, raised a total of $331 million in Colorado in November, according to SEC filings.

Download the spreadsheet of Form Ds here to search companies that raised money last month.

Here’s previous BusinessDen reporting about companies that raised money last month:

  • Cannabis management company MJardin raised $21.8 million.
  • Grass-fed beef startup Teton Waters Ranch raised $6 million.
  • Cannabis startup Wurk raised $5.3 million.
  • Cybersecurity boot camp startup SecureSet Academy raised $1.2 million.
  • Telluride men’s outdoor apparel startup Western Rise raised $918,000.
  • Cereal startup Love Grown Foods raised $600,000.
  • Boulder-based party apparel startup Shinesty raised $322,000.
  • Denver bed sheet startup Sheets & Giggles raised $225,000.
  • Kokopelli Packraft, a Denver-based manufacturer of packrafts, raised $210,000.
  • RollinGreens, a Boulder-based startup making millet tots, raised $200,000.

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