Three buddies have just launched a RiNo business that sells tuk tuks, electric trikes that can be used to shuttle goods or passengers. And they’ve got three of the exotic vehicles cruising through downtown Denver picking up fares at $3 a pop.
Hoping to capitalize on the frustrations of downtown drivers, a new mobile app is offering on-demand valets in some of the city’s most cramped neighborhoods.
Peer-to-peer car rental shop FlightCar launched its Denver location out of a hotel near DIA, but the California-based startup is looking for its own full-time location.
A Denver startup with a prototype cooler that slips inside a backpack has its first round of funding in the bag.
Paleo Meals to Go, which produces paleo MREs for backpackers, is pushing to get its product in stores and CrossFit gyms.
After making an appearance on “Shark Tank,” a local startup that makes frozen yogurt for dogs has found a way to get its treats into the hands of more pet lovers.
A 2-year-old juice bar chain wants to squeeze a lot more out of the business and is on the hunt for more locations around Denver.
With a countdown ticking on a $30,000 crowdfunding campaign, a startup that’s created a solar-powered watch and phone charger is hoping to soon get its product on the wrists of 1,000 people with its first production round.
Wash Park West is getting a taste of a European health trend with a new spa built around a salt cave – a small room lined floor-to-ceiling with Himalayan salt, said to improve respiratory health.
On a long road trip, Kyle and Kim Vine hatched a business plan that combines their love of climbing with the growing hemp industry. Now, the pair is about to debut its first product: a hemp-based crash pad for free climbers.