Hoping to sell its product to pharmaceutical companies, a Golden-based company that makes an injection system without using needles plans to have $6.7 million raised by the end of the month.
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A former New York Met and Broncos cheerleader are teaming up on a new health startup that delivers a boost through IV drip sessions in Bonnie Brae.
A former furniture store is being converted into a new event space in Cherry Creek North, and its owners are hoping to start luring in Denver brides by the summer.
Working to get its foot in the door before a change in state marijuana testing laws, a company with a Las Vegas facility is planning a $1 million lab to check for pesticides in medical marijuana.
One of the big players on the local co-working scene is passing the hat around to investors and has already raked in more than $3 million in a planned $5 million campaign.
A pair of criminal defense attorneys who were co-workers at a larger Denver firm have set up their own practice with a focus on pre-charge defense and various types of crimes.
Using algae and special paper to create invisible ink artwork, a local startup has brought in $60,000 from a Kickstarter campaign, blowing its original goal out of the water.
Selling off its in-house beverage arm, a maker of capsules that can contain caffeine, vitamins and more is raising funds and plans to introduce a new line this year.
Dishing out a big investment to bring the bulk of ice cream production in-house, a dessert-loving couple is launching a new creamery in Uptown next month.
A trio of brothers are adding another craft brewery to Jefferson Park and will combine the beer venture with a full-service restaurant.