Innosphere Ventures’ new “Funded in Colorado” series showcases success stories of companies that recently closed a funding round. In these 15 minute episodes, founders and CEOs will share their lessons learned on attracting and raising capital, provide advice to other entrepreneurs, and explain what worked (and what didn’t) in hopes of helping more companies close financing rounds.
🔈 🔉 🔊 Watch our inaugural “Funded in Colorado” episode below! (did we mention they aren’t edited?)
In this inaugural “Funded in Colorado” episode, Innosphere Ventures CEO, Mike Freeman, sits down with Timothy Morrissey, co-founder & CEO of Artimus Robotics, about the recent closing of their seed investment round. This investment, combined with Artimus’ extensive non-dilutive grant funding from the NSF and Colorado’s OEDIT Advanced Industries grant, provides Artimus with capital as they address challenges facing the industrial automation, defense, and manufacturing industries.
At Innosphere Ventures, we recognize that one of the major challenges facing startups today is raising capital. Closing a financing round is one of the biggest wins a founder or CEO can accomplish during the early stages of building a high-growth company. We’re excited to bring these “Funded in Colorado” conversations to life in a completely non-edited, and real conversation.
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