Young companies across the state raised a total of $76 million in the first month of 2018 – nearly half from Denver.
The funds were part of an acquisition deal as the Greenwood Village company looks to go public in Canada.
This is Havenly’s largest capital raise so far, after raising $5.8 million in 2016 and $7.5 million in 2015.
The San Francisco-based company is looking for about 50,000 square feet of office space around downtown
The maker of an app for cyclists and runners that tracks performances on routes has signed a contract for space at Galvanize.
A Denver startup is choosing to stay in the neighborhood, but upgrading to a brand new building.
The company, which handles mobile food orders on university campuses, leased office space downtown on the sixth floor of 1700 Broadway.
With a recent capital raise, a rapidly expanding hauling and storage company has now surpassed $18 million in venture capital.
Young companies in Colorado raised $140 million in December, bolstered by Denver-based software startup Convercent.
A company that helps homeowners control sprinklers from smartphones raised $10 million in fresh capital.