The firm based in LoDo went public through a SPAC deal last year. The stock has lost almost 90 percent of its value.
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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.
“Given the current economic conditions, we made the decision to accelerate our path towards profitability,” CEO Mark Frank said.
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.
CEO Lee Mayer said RiNo was a “rising star in the city” before the COVID pandemic but “it just didn’t feel exciting or vibrant like it used to.”
A Steamboat Springs tequila company and an Englewood popcorn producer were among companies that reported raising cash.
Denver and Boulder firms raised the most cash, topped by $265 million for Guild Education and $151 million for Meati Foods.
The founder of Denver-based Ibex Investors said electric driverless cars will be “the biggest technological innovation of our lifetime.”