Denver and Boulder firms raised the most cash, topped by $265 million for Guild Education and $151 million for Meati Foods.
The founder of Denver-based Ibex Investors said electric driverless cars will be “the biggest technological innovation of our lifetime.”
Industry veterans Chris Erickson and Adam Burrows launched Range Ventures with a $23 million fund and it has invested in 19 companies so far.
The stock-trading app company is adding 120,000 square feet to the 35,000 it has been leasing in another building down the street.
Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods is investing in its future by placing proceeds from the partial sale of a Cheesman Park property with The Denver Foundation.
Inspirato will net $260 million in cash that it can use to fuel growth and will trade on the Nasdaq with the ticker symbol “ISPO.”
Alleged victims of his Ponzi scheme include former NFL quarterbacks Matt Cassel and Carson Palmer, who each invested millions of dollars.
BeerMkr raised $398,000 on Kickstarter in 2018 but investors on the ABC reality TV show were skeptical of the founders’ $25 million valuation.
R. Investments CEO Travis Steffens was brought on stage by the former president during a 2020 event in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The Front Range startup’s minimalist OneClock uses science-based music compositions to gently lift people out of sleep instead of disruptive alarm sounds.