“The company is getting to a level that I felt it was important to have other eyes on the business,” said BruMate founder Dylan Jacob.
Backyard Soda’s CEO said the small kitchen and warehouse space will give the company the chance to create new flavors and produce seasonal drinks.
Stedi, BillGo, Stream and Honcho were among the 17 Colorado companies that raised a total of $200 million.
Lafayette-based Sana Health will use the money to pay for two studies, including a clinical trial at Duke University testing the mask’s efficacy on fibromyalgia patients.
The owner of the insulated beverage holder maker, which is on track to surpass $100 million in sales this year, has been a lifelong entrepreneur focused on making money since the second grade.
Roman Rabinovich and his girlfriend Melissa Alexander launched a Kickstarter campaign to manufacture their Joepresso product that has raised $5,067 from 96 backers, but they need $15,000 to produce a mold and ship it.
“Less amenities, less price, more space is kind of our motto,” said developer Ben Maxwell of HM Capital.
“It’s almost like a magic trick,” said Keah Kalantari, co-founder of FrictionLabs, which developed the hygienic liquid grip chalk.
103 Denver companies made the cut based on revenue growth over a three-year period.
BillGo in Fort Collins, Wilde Brands in Boulder and Manatee and Frndly TV in Denver among those that reported raising cash.