The founders of a new consulting firm want to double its headcount to 20 by the end of 2017 and move into a dedicated space of its own.
BusinessDen’s monthly roundup shows the state’s startups raised a slim $15.6 million in July.
With $2 million pumped into its strongbox, a Denver-based startup is fueling its fracking technology.
A former humanitarian aid worker created the Amazon-like e-commerce startup for aid supplies, which is aiming to raise $500,000, according to SEC documents.
A startup that helps established companies find products from tech startups is aiming to raise $2 million.
After three years, the Colorado School of Mining graduates left construction behind and opened the first store for their clothing brand.
The IT company, which advertises cloud storage, data processing, security services and IT certification prep courses on its website, filed for bankruptcy in Denver on Friday.
Denver-based Optiv, which advises customers on how to prevent, detect and clean up after security breaches, opened a funding round on June 20 and has landed $2 million in new investment.
Companies aiming to help surgeons – and singles – were among 30 up-and-comers claiming a chunk of the $41 million invested in Colorado startups last month.
Co-owner Taylor Romero said the money comes from a Minnesota Techstars accelerator program sponsored by big-box retailer Target.