After raising $2 million earlier this year, a home sensor software company is already diving into a second raise, this time shooting for $1 million.
A software startup that syncs a smartphone app to lawn sprinklers recently closed a round of capital fundraising and also landed an integration and funding agreement with Amazon.
The owners of a clothing brand have set up shop on Colfax and have thrown in a cafe, bar and co-working space, as well – and they’ve nearly capped their membership.
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.