From therapeutic marijuana edible treats for pets to an uber-like delivery app, entrepreneurs came to the ArcView Investor Network in Denver asking for serious money to either expand or launch their start ups. More than $10 million from angel investors has been invested in pot start ups in 16 months.The ArcView Group is an investment and research company based in San Francisco that hosts conferences five to six times a year for the purpose of networking and funding marijuana related start ups. Eleven hopeful entrepreneurs pitched their innovative start ups to investors at the Denver Center for Performing Arts on June 23. Among them was CEO Mark Goldfogel who has developed an ATM-type machine that provides banking and government regulation to dispensaries.
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