That group of 16 companies was celebrated June 7 at the second annual Best for Colorado Awards Gala. Organized by B Lab, the statewide program was officially launched June 8, 2017 to help companies measure their positive impact and improve their social and environmental practices.
The company has more than 170 coworking spaces with 50,000-plus members.
CEO Patrick Bultema says FoodMaven is poised to secure a series B round of fundraising, looking for $40 million to $50 million.
The young lingerie brand caters to a niche audience.
Boulder-based Bitsbox is a subscription “present” that arrives at your door with a “leveled learning system” for kids ages 6 though 14.
Guild is able to drive real, tangible outcomes for working adults as well as their companies.
This spring, Proximity Space rolled out a digital job board nationwide, thanks to community requests.
Durango startup GitPrime provides productivity analytics for software teams and CTOs to observe and evaluate the status of projects.
It’s getting easier and cheaper to start a business outside the usual hubs, with digital tools, flexible business models going mainstream, and talent magnetized by the beauty and potential of places all across Colorado
Lily, Chloe and Sophie Warren used beeswax to create their own lip balm business and Sweet Bee Sisters was born.
An assortment of Colorado Companies to Watch that provide functional services.
From camping to fitness, recruitment to investment, these young companies throughout Colorado, and particularly along the Front Range, all use tech tools and deliberate strategies to best utilize the resources.