A New York-based retailer specializing in non-traditional wedding dresses hopes to open in Denver in February.
Jim Deters, who stepped down as CEO of Galvanize, said Unravel Coffee will have ‘the Tesla of roasting machines.’
Jed Seigle worked as a buyer for a department store, then founded a video game e-commerce company. ‘Bigger guys have been ignored by the apparel industry,’ he said.
The company sells shirts designed to be left untucked. Untuckit sold its products only online for years, but now is aggressively adding brick-and-mortar locations.
Altitude Industries has leased 2,500 square feet. Its new home will incorporate a showroom displaying rooftop tents and a drive-in bay for installation on cars.
Nurture co-founder: ‘It will operate similar to The Source or Avanti, if you will, but it will have health, wellness, beauty and fitness offerings, anchored by a café.’
Sarah Laughlin dreamed up Slope Threads while pursuing an MBA at the University of Denver.
Western Rise aims to make apparel that performs in the wilderness and also is appropriate for urban life.
Founder Hillary Denham said Wunderkin is on track for $3 million in 2018 revenue.
Tri Ocean Market owner: ‘From my store to go north to Alameda, I count five or six different ones. And right now my store is the smallest one.’