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Home design startup gets fresh coat of capital

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A company that connects redecorating hopefuls with interior designers online has raised $7.5 million in a new capital raise, including contributions from some local investment firms.

Teahouse cooks up second shop

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Just a few months after getting their first shop up and running, the owners of a teahouse are opening another location in Baker this week with plans to quickly expand.

Sprinkler startup flooded with funding

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A company whose product helps homeowners regulate their sprinkler systems has received more than $7 million in new capital, including from some repeat investors.

Ski coach’s bamboo pole startup hits the slopes

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Before steel ski poles became the norm, bamboo was the go-to material for skiers. Now, a Steamboat Springs skiing instructor is hoping the material will make a comeback in Colorado this season.

Parents gear after-school startup toward techy kids

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Noticing a glitch in their tech-savvy son’s prototypical after-school activities, an area couple is launching an after-school education center that will teach kids, and eventually adults, skills in coding, robotics and more.

Board game cafe rolling the dice on Santa Fe

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Two board game lovers are combining a cafe and bar with a collection of hundreds of board games with a new Santa Fe Drive development as their starting space.

Trivia champ makes play for chairlift game show

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Where can you make money while riding a chairlift? A Virginia entrepreneur hopes he can provide the answer with a new game show he has in the works for Summit County.

Living for the skis, sleeping in a van

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A local ski maker is getting his startup off the ground — and putting a solid roof over his own head after a year of living in his van to save money.