Jay Hermele’s CaseYak will compete against other legal startups at an American Bar Association competition in Chicago in March.
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Jared Kleinstein created Gondola for employees of his company Fresh Tape Media before opening it to the public.
Craig Antico founded a prominent nonprofit that landed $80M from McKenzie Scott. But now he’s back in the for-profit sector.
A Boulder beverage firm, a payment processing company and a startup that transcribes government meetings were among those that raised cash.
Chimney Trail CO has raised $300,000 and mailed roughly 1,500 kits since its launch last year.
The firm based in LoDo went public through a SPAC deal last year. The stock has lost almost 90 percent of its value.
Among companies raising cash: the maker of an autonomous lawnmower and an operator of facilities for kids with autism.
The founder of Pueblo-based ActivArmor wants to take advantage of the 3D printers that hospitals and clinics increasingly have.
DispatchHealth and Choice Market are among the companies that raised cash.
“This is the missing piece where Sprinter vans are not able to navigate to. And being 50 I don’t want to sleep on the ground anymore,” said the founder.