Two Denver transplants have picked their startup investment fund’s first project, taking a majority stake in a New York company that created a simple shortcut for small businesses.
A book shop and wine bar has added a single room for rent to its Tennyson Street property to create some more space for visiting authors, part of a larger renovation.
A shopping app plans to triple its current space and headcount in a move from LoDo to a downtown office tower.
With some veteran brewers behind the wheel, a new brewery operation is up and running in a patch of Jefferson Park short on craft beer.
A pair of longtime home brewers are finally moving forward with plans to launch their own brewery and are building up their beer operation in a Centennial shopping center.
A young entrepreneur moved to Denver and quickly launched a recruiting and staffing company focused on the marijuana industry. And she’s already planning moves into California and Oregon.
An electric skateboard hoping to zip past the competition with lower prices has rolled out its first batch of boards.
A Denver software company that creates tools for businesses raked in $2.5 million in less than one month.
The fast-growing fitness chain is stretching its reach even farther with a new yoga-focused gym near Regis University, while another studio takes shape in Aurora.
After buying and fixing up a 16-person bike, a former mortgage broker is hauling bar hoppers through Denver’s watering holes and plans to add to his fleet.