Alex Swaynie, 29, plans to debut his snowboard bindings that detach and fold out into snowshoes this month at Outdoor Retailer.
Plus, our roundup of startup funding in December.
The Denver-based startup’s stations purify water and run it through a coconut carbon filter before it’s dispensed into water bottles.
Unwrapp’d, which sells “energy bar dough” that can be either baked or eaten raw, soon will be sold in Hy-Vee grocery stores.
Kristen Stiles founded Denver-based Sitter in 2014.
Jon Rosenberg thinks Cold Case Gear has the solution for that iPhone that’s always dying from the cold.
Louisville resident Gary Pawlas has launched Varia Fitness to sell his patented variable-weight medicine balls and kettlebells.
Jed Seigle worked as a buyer for a department store, then founded a video game e-commerce company. ‘Bigger guys have been ignored by the apparel industry,’ he said.
Colorado startups raised a total of $147 million in November.
Competitor Turo operates on a similar model, but Getaround said its technology sets it apart because it doesn’t require both parties to meet face-to-face.