Truewerk, which sells directly to consumers, will use the funding to increase production and seasonal inventory.
Opopop, co-founded by two former DJs and nightclub owners, sells pre-flavored microwavable popcorn kernels in six flavors on its website.
Silicon Valley-based Katerra raised more than $2 billion from investors and has been actively building multiple projects locally.
Denver-based Icon Source is getting ready to offer a platform for college athletes in states that have passed name, image and likeness compensation laws.
Celebrities, entertainers and athletes are funding a Denver-based company that developed an 8-foot-tall vertical climbing machine.
The Pro’s Closet touts its approach to reselling of used bikes, which includes a 141-point certified pre-owned process, guaranteed buybacks, and a 30-day return policy as secrets to its success.
Denver resident Raquel Vélez decided to create her own brand — Alpine Parrot — after she had trouble finding gear in her own size.
Amy and Dave Nudelman introduced Joygum to Colorado’s cannabis market in 2018 after 350 tries to create the right formula.
BeerMkr raised $398,000 on Kickstarter in 2018 but investors on the ABC reality TV show were skeptical of the founders’ $25 million valuation.
Denver-based Soona, which also has studios in Minneapolis and Austin, offers quick turnaround photography and video shoots online.