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.
A company that has developed a small solar charger for smartphones and other devices has closed out another capital raise and is planning to expand its Westminster solar facility.
A backpack startup has now raised a total of $58,000 over three crowdfunding campaigns, using online fundraising platforms not just to get off the ground, but to fuel each big step in the business.
A longboard startup that didn’t reach its recent crowdfunding goal is hoping to get some help from big-time investors and will appear on CNBC’s “The Profit” this week.
In two separate capital raises, a Denver firm that helps users make and stick to health plans raked in $83 million, some of which it used to acquire a Massachusetts-based company.
Two yogis are fighting the winter cold with a 105-degree yoga studio in Jefferson Park, the second of the Bikram Yoga brand to launch in the Denver area.
Landing spots in a new Aurora development and on South Pearl Street, a local ice cream chain will bring its total to six locations by next summer.
Two bike industry friends are hoping to fill a hole in the Arvada market left by another shop’s closure and will also provide some services on wheels of their own.
A startup that helps salespeople improve their pitches has closed a deal of its own, drawing in several investors in a $6 million capital raise.
A string of celebrity investors and media attention surrounded a Denver powdered medicine startup with much fanfare and about $30 million in capital, but it was acquired last month in a stock deal valued at about $3.3 million.