Rob Sigmon knows his pitch sounds a little cliché. “Everybody wants to be the next Uber,” said Sigmon, the founder of Centennial-based startup iRef, which has just raised $200,000. “But we’re kind of designed around that concept of being an Uber for referees.”
A Colorado Springs startup that rents skis and parkas to out-of-state visitors is looking to raise $1 million, as it adds more summer gear and lets customers use rentals as credit toward buying equipment.
The founders of a Westminster startup have their hearts in the right place. CardioNXT co-founders Jerome Edwards and Dr. Bobby Kurian raised $1.5 million to test a tool they say will let doctors see inside the heart without increasing the cost of surgery. They like to say the heart is like a house, with plumbing… Read more »
Denver-based compliance software startup Convercent has raised $11 million as it prepares to increase its workforce by a third.
Cameron Smith is betting that all those Denver transplants moving into smaller and smaller dwellings will need a separate place to squirrel away those skis and mountain bikes. And snow tires.
A fast-growing Colorado packaging company just sealed a big expansion deal.
The makers of a beer keg built to fit in your refrigerator door are tapping a $2 million capital raise to start serving a new market: Breweries.
After acquiring a United Kingdom-based competitor in October, a Denver cybersecurity company has raised $4 million as it expands overseas and keeps developing its software.
SecureSet Academy has secured more than half its goal of $950K for expansion; classes would start in the fall.
AppThis, now with a second office in Tel Aviv, places ads for more than 50,000 apps