The North Denver neighborhood is getting its own shared office startup, which plans to open its desks and endless coffee to independent workers and small businesses next month.
A would-be restaurant owner has tossed out plans for a Sunnyside tavern in the face of hefty construction costs.
An expanding medical transcription company is hoping to bring in $1.5 million to help it hire more employees and launch a new office.
Carrying a childhood closet throwback into the grown-up world, two Crocs employees are launching a new clothing company focused on one thing: the onesie.
A maker of customized bikes raised nearly $90,000 on Kickstarter last year. And now the company is hoping to roll out more designs and is hoping for a $500,000 capital raise.
A Denver native and lifelong golfer has launched a startup selling pocket-sized products to help with putting, and the business is spreading to golf courses across the country.
A 4-year-old local software company that works with retailers has already raised about 70 percent of its $4.5 million fundraising goal.
A Colorado Springs outdoor gear rental startup has expanded its equipment stock and is now offering week-long rentals of fold-up kayaks.
An advertising company that normally has its energy aimed at shooting commercials is rolling out a new venture: a crowdfunded iPhone case to enhance filming and editing capabilities for amateur videographers.
After years stalking celebrities in Los Angeles as a paparazzo, a photographer is turning her camera toward small businesses with quick photo shoots built around busy schedules.