Startups

Video ad firm shifts focus to camera gadgets

An advertising company that normally has its energy aimed at shooting commercials is rolling out a new venture: a crowdfunded iPhone case to enhance filming and editing capabilities for amateur videographers.

Photographer scraps studio for happy hour shots

After years stalking celebrities in Los Angeles as a paparazzo, a photographer is turning her camera toward small businesses with quick photo shoots built around busy schedules.

City Park West co-working space means business

Planning an office where you can ‘put your head down and get things done,’ a pair of UC Denver grads is launching a small co-working space on Vine Street for companies past the fledgling startup phase.

Snack startup cracks into new territory

With plans to soon pitch its product to grocery chain Sprouts, a sunflower seed business is quickly growing and will be on store shelves in 15 states by the end of the summer.

Startup takes interior design online

Following the lead of personal styling websites, two sisters are growing their RiNo-based web company and connecting customers with interior designers online.

Entrepreneurs lead startup school for teens

A new program for area high school students kicked off this week, bringing 20 teenagers and three entrepreneurs together for a week-long camp in building a business.

Startup Q&A: Bart Lorang, CEO of FullContact

BusinessDen caught up with Bart Lorang, whose 4-year-old contact management system just finished up a $10 million venture capital raise. He filled us in on how the company got started and where it’s headed next.

Safety startup gets investment boost

A startup that manufactures an emergency alert device has earned another funding bump from a Boulder accelerator program.