“We saw an opportunity to create a one-stop shop,” said Richard Randall, who co-founded Echelon Energy along with Jason Kosena.
Closetbox picked up costumers’ belongings, then stored and retrieved them on demand.
Co-founder Scott Shatford will remain CEO of Denver-based AirDNA, which expects to increase its staff of nearly 100 by 50 percent in the next year.
“We’ve decided to extend sizing,” an executive at the apparel company said. “If you go up to 5X in sizing, it requires about 30 percent more space.”
Joshua Thurmond started building LavaBoxes in his garage in 2020. He has sold 4,000 of his Tabletop Vol-CAN-nos and uses a warehouse in Globeville.
Denver-based Project Canary raised $111 million of the $223.6 million taken in by 27 Colorado startups, which was down $128 million from last year.
Blake Eatherton’s The Dnvr Coffee Co. had been parked in Wash Park, but now he’s leasing space in the University of Colorado Denver’s Lawrence Street Center.
The insulated drinkware maker claims the giant retailer violated a company patent for a push-lock gasket in a can cooler.
The Denver resident made it for himself after existing products fell short. Now he’s leased a workshop to build them for others.
Colorado startups raised $351 million last month, and $228 million across 16 deals went to Denver startups.