The Longmont-based adventure startup Kokopelli has seen a spike in sales due to the pandemic and needed room to grow to meet demand.
The Front Range startup’s minimalist OneClock uses science-based music compositions to gently lift people out of sleep instead of disruptive alarm sounds.
“I really didn’t know how the products would be received,” MountainFlow founder Peter Arlein said after getting $300,000 for a 20 percent stake.
COVID “gave us a good push,“ said RefiJet’s CEO. “We grew from doing about 1,000 loans a month in 2019 to doing 2,000 loans each month in 2020.”
Entrepreneur Dakota Sheets, who launched Resolution Colorado at age 20 with just $300 in his pocket, shows doubters it was no joke.
“We’ve always been supply-constrained as a marketplace,” said co-founder Kristin Langenfeld.
Blake Eatherton’s two The Dnvr Coffee Co. carts can typically be found stationed in Wash Park on the weekends.
Forty-two startups around the state reported raising a total of nearly $361 million last month, $36 million more than the prior year.
The company laid off 18 employees in April and reduced pay for those that remained as business travel ground to a halt during the pandemic.
Blinker’s digital technology helps used-car shoppers buy their vehicles from a distance, a practice that’s gaining popularity during the pandemic.