The tech company is working out of CommonGrounds Workspace at 1890 Wynkoop St. until its space at 16 Chestnut is ready.
Boom Technology plans to start assembling a two-seater test jet in February. The end goal: a jet that can seat 55 by the mid-2020s.
CEO Lance Palumbo, who joined Love Grown Foods in 2017, said the company hopes to raise a total of $1 million.
Nicholas Butler owns a RiNo gym. He wants to grow his business, but not by adding another location – and he’s not the only fitness pro who thinks that way.
Fluid Market’s app originally allowed users to rent out everything from ladders to paddleboards to Teslas. But next month, the company will rebrand as Fluid Truck.
Boulder-based TrailFork launched as a custom meals provider, but branched into pre-packaged dehydrated meals this year.
Alto Pharmacy exec: ‘We did a big search of where our HQ2 would make the most sense and Denver won out.’
“Gatorade and Powerade have been around my whole life and there hasn’t been any innovation,” said Henry Springer, Basis co-founder.
Registria is moving its headquarters from 18th Street to Stout Street.
‘What we found were a lot of people were really interested in investing,’ co-founder Jaclyn Fu said.