The former head of Denver’s development services department is hopping over to the other side of the table, launching a consulting business to guide developers through the maze of government approval.
A local business that renovates and rents out vintage Airstreams has been sued by the trailer company for copyright infringement, and the owner says he is planning on switching up the company name.
A local wedding planner is hoping to do some matchmaking between other small businesses in her industry by bringing them together in a planned co-working space on West Colfax.
More than halfway to its goal already, a manufacturer of diet supplements and snack lines known for its celebrity endorsements has a $2 million capital raise in the works.
In a departure from yoga studios and CrossFit gyms, a new fitness venture in Lakewood is combining low-impact machines and personal training to cater to the growing baby boomer population.
A young company with a big-name local chef as a partner is hoping to expand in the Denver metro area with an additional $310,000 it raised from investors last week.
With the marijuana industry’s moving-target regulations, a former developer has built a new business on brokering the deals of Denver’s cannabis companies.
Hoping to make space in its massive solar complex for smaller companies, a nonprofit is expanding its campus near DIA with help from a state grant.
With a model focused on smaller and more specialized coverage, a local health insurance startup is raising money and laying the groundwork for nationwide operations.
A company that helps marijuana shops and growers track, manage and supervise their inventory has finished up its first capital raise, drawing in $8 million from about a dozen investors.