A total of $67.5 million was raised by 32 startups around the state last month, $142 million less than the prior year.
The Longmont-based startup aims to be “an outdoor adventure brand, and not just a packraft or paddle company,” said co-founder Kelley Smith.
TULA takes care of tasks and to-do lists for clients, who buy monthly subscriptions paying for four to eight hours of work.
Brumate, a Denver-based insulated drinkware maker, was the top Colorado company for the second year in a row with a No. 71 ranking.
The $188.5 million raised by 31 startups across the state was up $110 million from last year, according to SEC filings.
“They’ve got this uncanny ability to walk into a place and really tell us the personality of the property,” a real estate agent said of Guest House.
Sustainable Beverage Technologies, formerly known as Pat’s Backcountry Beverages, turned its beer concentrate for hikers into a beer processing system for brewers.
Rivian has requested city permits to build a 21,219-square-foot service center with offices at 3893 N. Steele St.
RovR is planning to use the money to add staff, ramp up manufacturing and fund product development.
Everside Health, which owns 343 primary care health centers in 33 states, changed its name from Paladina Health.