“Chocolate as a delivery system for medication is great,” co-founder Andrew Goldman has said.
Startups in Colorado raised a total of $272 million in May.
Founder and CEO Jim Lamancusa modeled the concept to resemble Starbucks VIA instant coffee after realizing there was nothing comparable for tea drinkers.
“There’s a lot of meditation apps out there that were awesome for teaching meditation, but nothing for visualization,” founder Elliott Lyons said.
Startups in Colorado raised $110 million last month.
Paul Foley wants to get more Colorado money behind state’s companies.
Harsh Patel replaces Al Rosabal, who led Galvanize for 15 months.
The company, previously known as BubbleIQ, allows IT professionals to organize and prioritize tech support requests through Slack.
Startups in Colorado raised $279 million in March.
Founder William Loopesko is narrowing his focus when it comes to PuppTech’s core potential customer.