In the fast-paced and crowded industrial market, a ski and hunting mask company managed to grab some extra space and has expanded its Denver footprint.
Expanding on its relationships in Germany and Canada, a local ski manufacturer is opening a pair of new offices abroad that it expects to give a big boost to inventory and revenue.
A gluten-free and organic food brand best known for its veggie burgers is adding to its menu and hoping to land its breakfast option on more store shelves.
Two Denver coffee roasters have blended their companies, giving the buyer a retail boost and putting a 50-year-old coffee staple under new ownership.
A women’s fashion shop will vacate its Platte Street storefront by the end of the month.
Taking the Denver cycling scene for a test run, a London-based biking apparel retailer is operating a pop-up shop on Larimer Street for two weeks to gauge the possibility of a full-time store here.
An entrepreneur that created an easier alternative to the fitted sheet is graduating from the baby market and moving into new territory with help from investment capital.
A break dancer is stepping up efforts to push his online store, which sells apparel and gear for dancing, into a full-time gig.
A longtime Western-style retailer has launched limited-edition shirt line to coincide with the Avett Brothers’ upcoming Red Rocks concert.
The owner of a Cherry Creek children’s boutique is moving to a bigger store and adding a new shop around the corner that will sell books and toys.