“To this day, it’s still a mystery how she discovered me. But knowing that she’s worn a pair of my leggings is pretty life changing,” said the founder.
Halfdays just started selling products this season, but it has already landed in the Wall Street Journal and Vogue and has a pop-up shop in Aspen.
Olympians have struck deals through Denver-based Icon Source, which raised $500K from professional athletes as it launched last year.
Sunday has seen eight times revenue growth year-over-year and a 25 percent increase in subscriptions amidst the pandemic.
Startups around the state raised a total of $211 million last month, close to the $212 million the previous year.
Denver Startup Week founders Erik Mitisek and Jay Zeschin started Highwing within IMA Financial Group in 2018.
A Denver couple and the owner of a Sunnyside brewery teamed up to create Atost, which sells three flavors of aperitifs in 750 ml bottles for $35.
The Centennial residents launched their campaign on Oct. 23. As of Monday, they had raised $18,451 from 95 backers with three days to go.
“The pandemic has served as a sort of coming out party,” said a co-founder of the Denver-based startup, which plans to expand nationwide.
Colorado startups reported raising a total of $42 million last month, which was down $82 million from September.