Colorado tech brought in more than $35M in March: here are the top 5 rounds

by Jess Ryan
April 1, 2016
Colorado startups raised more than $35 million in March, beating February's fundings by more than $12 million. Here are the top five rounds for this month:


We're located one block off of Pearl Street, just a couple steps from downtown Boulder's newest restaurants, trendy boutiques, and fun bars.
, $3.6 million, March 8th

Investors: FinTech Collective, Fenway Summer Ventures, Techstars

Bio: Wunder’s software matches qualified investors with organizations such as universities, hospitals and municipalities who want to harness renewable energy, but need help funding the effort.

News: We profiled Wunder’s background and fundraising earlier this month.



, $4.9 million, March 23rd

Investors: Not disclosed

Bio: Knowledge Factor makes learning software to combine advanced brain science and Big Data to create online digital platforms for test prep, education and professional development.

News: The company’s extended partnership with Pearson made headlines last year.


, $5 million, March 15th

Investors: Not disclosed

Bio: P2Binvestor gathers funds from accredited lending institutions, then makes smaller loans to startups.

News: P2BInvestor’s CEO Krista Morgan recently launched the second season of the Women Who Startup Radio podcast, which she co-hosts with Lizelle Van Vuuren.



We're located in the vibrant Cherry Creek north neighborhood in Denver.
, $5.8 million, March 29th

Investors: Binary Capital, Chicago Ventures, Foundry Group

Bio: The interior design services startup works with people who want to redecorate their home or office by connecting them with interior designers who work with clients virtually.

News: Havenly are in the middle of a fun “Design Madness” challenge where their designers face off in a bracket battle for whose design is best.



We are located in the heart of downtown just steps from the 16th Street Mall and a quick walk to public transportation.
, $7.2 million, March 7th

Investors: Not disclosed

Bio: TrackVia’s software helps people without coding knowledge design custom mobile apps.

News: They were recently asked by Amazon to contribute a post detailing their transition to the Amazon Aurora database engine.


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