“The company is getting to a level that I felt it was important to have other eyes on the business,” said BruMate founder Dylan Jacob.
BillGo in Fort Collins, Wilde Brands in Boulder and Manatee and Frndly TV in Denver among those that reported raising cash.
Overall, Colorado startup funding during the first half of 2020 was lower than the same period last year.
“The name is a nod to the saying ‘Check your six,’ which is basically ‘We’ve got your back,’” said CEO and former Sphero COO Jim Booth.
Companies that reported raising money last month include SonderMind, Truewerk and Altius Farms.
Denver-based Yaguara is one of 44 startups in Colorado that collectively raised $207.9 million in March.
Startups across the state raised $179.4 million.
It’s the company’s largest capital raise to date.
A Denver-based flat-fee brokerage is one of 40 startups to raise funds last month.
The Longmont-based company launched a Kickstarter campaign this week, and had raised more than half of its $30,000 goal as of Thursday afternoon.