Colorado's top 50 startups to watch: Where are they now?

by Anthony Sodd
July 24, 2015


It has been six months since we released our 50 Colorado Startups to Watch in 2015 list. As the summer stretches on, we thought it would be a good time to take a look back at that list and see what the companies have been up to. Think of it like a VH1 special, just not so sad. Check it out:

Fundings $2.17M, April 4
Choozle: $4.1M Series A, Jan 21
Dizzion: $3.9M Series A, Jan 27
Ello: $5M Series B, April 2
Parkifi: $2M Series A, April 4
RxREVU: $220K, April 9
SlamData: $3.63M, July 24
Wunder: $629K, Jan 29


Artifact Rising: Acquired by Visual Supply Company (makers of VSCO Cam) on January 7th.
OpDemand: Acquired by San Francisco-based Engine Yard on April 14th.

Big News

ProtectWise: Came out of stealth with $17 million in funding on March 24th.

TermScout: Was accepted as part of the REach Accelerator Class on April 22nd.

Craftsy: Named one of America’s Most Promising Companies by Forbes.

Ello: After their last funding round the company reshuffled employees and downsized by 5.

Field Squared: Released a mobile app in June.

Conspire, RxREVU and Native: Were chosen to pitch at Google’s Demo Day.

Varsity: Changed their name to Native.

All4Staff: Changed their name to WorkBright.

Roximity: Recently released a new version of their iBeacon hardware.

SolidFire: CEO Dave Wright was a finalist for Ernst and Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year award.

Wayin: Recently partnered up with Klout.

Leadership Changes

Wayin: Scott McNealy took over the reins as CEO on May 22nd


You can see our original list here


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