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

July 24, 2015

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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

Bounce.io: $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
 

Acquisitions

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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