Elevation Volleyball Club, founded in 2012, is leaving leasing behind and spending $4.8 million on its new home.
Paul Foley wants to get more Colorado money behind state’s companies.
CEO: “We have about 3 million people with access to the platform through their insurance companies, and we expect to triple that within the next 12 months.”
“I saw this evolving retail space,” Lauren Richardson said of her idea for The Sursy. She hopes to manage five Airbnbs in Denver by year-end.
“We’re just not getting enough people to pay the rent increase,” said Pamela Zorn, who owns Wine & Whey with husband Ron.
According to court filings, The Mobile Growth Agency’s revenue dipped in recent years, from $1.5 million in 2017, to $950,000 in 2018 and $131,512 in 2019 by the time of the filing.
Las Vegas-based TruFusion has seven locations operating around the country. A franchisee has leased 12,500 square feet in Denver said in a crowded fitness market, the class size and variety will differentiate it.
“The mission is always fast growth,” said CEO and co-founder Devon Tivona. Pana expects to go from 20 to 60 employees this year.
Fort Collins-based Otter Products begins making a new line of reusable containers called Liviri.
Jason and Ellen Winkler, who are working to bring Industry to Salt Lake City and Detroit, want $5.5 million for Forge970.