Greeley-based cannabis hardware startup raises $2.5M

GREELEY — Corsica Innovations Inc. has raised $2.5 million of its $4 million capital goal.

In June, Corsica filed a Form D with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for $1.4 million. It has since amended its filing to include another $1 million it’s raised. BizWest was not able to get in touch with Corsica by time of publication.

The Greeley-based company makes a smartphone-controlled mini fridge designed for growing hydroponic cannabis and other herbs and plants. It participated in the spring 2015 class for CanopyBoulder.