7 Denver startups with glowing employee reviews that are hiring now

Two women, Spekit co-founders Melanie and Zari Zahra, pose with a white background

Denver has touted a sizable startup community for years, and many tech employees love the work-life balance the city offers, given its proximity to great outdoor recreation. 

Insider looked through funding reports, reviews on Glassdoor, job boards on LinkedIn and Built In, estimated funding totals from Crunchbase, and company websites to find the best Denver startups with job openings, according to employee reviews.

Details on the number of employees and total funding come from the companies, unless otherwise noted.

Flowhub: software for cannabis dispensaries

What it does: Flowhub provides compliance and business-management software to cannabis dispensaries in states where the drug is legal.

Size: 86 employees

Total funding: $27 million

Why it’s on the list: Flowhub scored a 4.4 rating out of five on Glassdoor, based on 22 reviews. "With a remote work style, starting a new job can be difficult, but the people at Flowhub have been amazing and super helpful that sometimes it feels like I’ve never left the office work life," one employee wrote.

Hiring: Flowhub has six open remote-first roles in Denver on its website

FullContact: data analysis on customers

What it does: FullContact provides data analysis for companies so they can get a fuller understanding of their customers. 

Size: 195 employees

Total funding: $55.1 million

Why it’s on the list: FullContact scored a 4.1 rating out of five on Glassdoor, based on 77 reviews. "There are ample opportunities to learn and grow within the company," one employee wrote.

Hiring: FullContact has 10 open roles on its website

Pax8: marketplace for cloud services

What it does: Pax8 runs a marketplace for businesses to purchase cloud services.

Size: 700 employees, according to Built In

Total funding: $165.5 million, according to Crunchbase

Why it’s on the list: Pax8 has a 4.4 rating out of five on Glassdoor, based on 99 reviews. One current software engineer wrote that they could "contribute to larger engineering decisions regardless of title — your voice will be heard and is always welcome."

Hiring: Pax8 has 43 open roles in the Denver area on its website

Red Canary: cybersecurity for businesses

What it does: Red Canary offers cybersecurity services for businesses. 

Size: 300 employees, according to Built In

Total funding: $129.9 million, according to Crunchbase

Why it’s on the list: Red Canary scored a five-out-of-five rating on Glassdoor, based on nine reviews. "I’ve never experienced a place like Red Canary," one reviewer wrote, adding that the company’s products are "best in breed, and a force for good in the world."

Hiring: Red Canary has seven open roles in Denver and 19 remote-first roles listed on its website.

SonderMind: connecting patients and therapists online

What it does: SonderMind offers a service that connects patients with licensed therapists both online and in person.

Size: 250 employees

Total funding: $183 million

Why it’s on the list: SonderMind scored a 4.7 rating out of five on Glassdoor, based on 26 reviews. "Everyone that I work with talks about how much our company’s mission means to them, and I see them live it too," an employee wrote.

Hiring: SonderMind has 13 open roles in Denver on its website.

Spekit: software training resources for employees

What it does: Spekit provides a service for companies to add training content and resources to the software their employees use.

Size: 80 employees

Total funding: $15.6 million

Why it’s on the list: Spekit scored a 4.8 rating out of five on Glassdoor, based on seven reviews. "The excitement of what we’re building is palpable; you can really feel the energy from employees as the company gains more and more momentum," one employee wrote.

Hiring: Spekit has eight open roles in Denver on its website.

Strive Health: resources to manage kidney disease

What it does: Strive Health offers technology and healthcare services for patients with kidney disease.

Size: 250 employees

Total funding: $223.5 million

Why it’s on the list: Strive Health scored a five-out-of-five rating on Glassdoor, based on five reviews. One employee wrote that "team members are very engaged, friendly, and eager to create a sense of community" and that "the CEO is very down to earth and loves engaging with team members at any opportunity, from virtual happy hours to book clubs." 

Hiring: Strive Health has 22 open roles in Denver on its website.

 

Madeline Renbarger and April Joyner August 12, 2021 at 09:48PM

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