Whitney Hixon said she’s made $13,000 in profits since launching Perennial Posy in April, selling bouquets made from wooden flowers.
James Poss, 26, who started making ski boot luggage in Jackson Hole two years ago, is now working out of the WeWork on Platte Street.
The Boulangerie has closed after 15 months in business, but its owner hopes to reopen elsewhere. Tokyo Premium Bakery, meanwhile, is the new kid on the block.
Feral Outdoor Co. turned to crowdfunding when it unexpectedly had to vacate its space on Tennyson Street.
Nest Children’s Boutique operated for about four years.
The parent company of brands such as The North Face signed a 12-year lease for 1551 Wewatta St. BusinessDen reported last month the company had zeroed in on the building.
The retailer is leaving 100 Detroit St. behind as it heads across the street.
Denver-based Aksels has built a multimillion-dollar business riffing on the Centennial state’s flag, but founder Dane Burneson is thinking beyond borders.
Family business Bespoke Edge now has a space of its own along Speer Boulevard.
The store is going in the ground floor of BMC Investments’ and Bow River Capital Partners’ eight-story Financial House.