“The value of Good Buy Gear only became more elevated through the pandemic,” co-founder Kristin Langenfeld said.
“There’s a transformation in the economy where people are overwhelmingly looking to shift their brick-and-mortar model to delivery and e-commerce,” Fluid Truck CEO James Eberhard said.
“I have wanted my own cosmetics company since I was 12 years old and stealing makeup out of my mom’s bathroom, so it was pretty much fate,” said Eossi Beauty co-founder Rochonne Sanchez.
Emergy, BruMate and Truewerk were among the 36 Colorado companies that raised $124 million last month, down nearly $90 million from last year.
“We don’t want to replace trainers or coaches,” an Exer Labs co-founder said. “We want to augment what you do with the person in real life.”
“As a man you think about the most premium shaving experience you can get, and it’s going to the barber to get a hot towel shave with a single blade,” said Uno Shave co-founder Paul Tappon, who decried the shaving industry’s “multi-blade madness.”
Capello’s did not disclose how much it raised but said in an SEC filing in May that it had raised about $6.4 million of the planned $9.7 million funding round.
“Luckyleo has been doing well, but it hasn’t been experiencing the explosive growth that it was prior to the pandemic,” said co-founder Chelsea Early.
Unwrapp’d, which makes bite-sized pieces of plant-based energy bites in recyclable and reusable packaging, hit shelves at a quarter of the national retailer’s stores this week.
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