The Notable Startup Funding Weekly Report: 01/18/21
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$ 300.0M – Series G
San Francisco-based Blend is a digital lending platform that supports and simplifies mortgage, consumer loan, and deposit account applications. Founded by Erin Collard, Eugene Marinelli, Nima Ghamsari and Rosco Hill in 2012, To mix together has now raised a total of $ 665.0 million in equity financing and investors this round include Coatue and Tiger Global Management.
$ 24.5M – Series A
Bryte, based in Los Altos, is a sleep technology company that designs and sells restorative intelligence products and services. Founded by Ely Tsern, John Tompane and Jonathan Farringdon in 2016, Bryte has now raised a total of $ 24.5 million in equity and investors in this round include ARCHina Capital Partners, David Mooring and John Warnock.
$ 25.0M – Series B
New York-based Carbyne is a real-time emergency communications platform that provides public safety technology for emergency infrastructure. Founded by Alex Dizengof, Amir Elichai, Lital Leshem and Yoni Yatsun in 2014, Carbyne has now raised a total of $ 52.4 million in equity and investors in this round include David Petraeus, Ehud Barak, Elsted Capital Partners, FinTLV Ventures, Founders Fund and Hanaco Venture Capital.
$ 160.0M – Series E
New York-based Cockroach Labs is a software company that develops a cloud-native SQL database for modern cloud applications. Founded by Benjamin Darnell, Peter Mattis and Spencer Kimball in 2015, Cockroach labs has now raised a total of $ 355.1 million in equity and investors this cycle include Altimeter Capital, Benchmark, Bond, FirstMark, Greenoaks Capital, GV, Index Ventures, Lone Pine Capital and Tiger Global Management.
$ 15.5M – Series A
Brooklyn-based CookUnity is a subscription and meal delivery platform that connects private chefs with consumers. Founded by Lucia Cisilotto, Mateo Marietti and Matias Serebrinsky in 2015, CookUnity has now raised a total of $ 23.4 million in equity and this round’s investors include Fuel Venture Capital and IDC Ventures. AlleyWatch posted an exclusive interview with Marietti covering this tour – CookUnity raises $ 15.5 million for direct chef-to-consumer meal delivery service
$ 11.0M – Series A
San Francisco-based Flockjay is an online academy that gives job seekers the tools and training they need to break into technology. Founded by Shaan Hathiramani in 2018, Flockjay has now raised a total of $ 14.1 million in equity and investors in this round include Cleo Capital, Coatue, e.ventures, Gabrielle Union, Impact America Fund, Lightspeed Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures.
$ 31.5M – Series B
Boston-based Jellyfish is a management platform that enables engineering leaders to align engineering work with strategic business goals. Founded by Andrew Lau, David Gourley and Philip Braden in 2017, Astonished has now raised a total of $ 43.5 million in equity and investors in this round include Accel, Insight Partners and Wing Venture Capital.
$ 14.0M – Series B
Lumiata, based in San Mateo, provides AI-powered health analytics for cost and risk forecasting to payers, providers and employers. Founded by Ash Damle in 2013, Lumiata has now raised a total of $ 45.0 million in equity and investors in this round include Allegis NL Capital, Defy.vc, Khosla Ventures and The Blue Venture Fund.
$ 38.0M – Series B
Modern Treasury, based in San Francisco, offers a payment transactions platform used to simplify and modernize business payments. Founded by Dimitri Dadiomov, Matthew Marcus and Sam Aarons in 2018, Modern treasure has now raised a total of $ 48.0 million in equity and this round’s investors include Altimeter Capital, Benchmark and Y Combinator.
$ 17.6M – Series A
Austin-based Molecula is an enterprise feature store that simplifies big data for machine-scale analysis and AI. Founded by Ganesh Padmanabhan, Higinio O. Maycotte, Jonathan Spillman, Travis Turner, Troy Lanier and Zachary Landry in 2017, Molecule has now raised a total of $ 23.6 million in equity and investors in this round include Drive Capital, Tensility Venture Partners and TTV Capital.
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$ 18.5M – Series A
San Diego-based Mosaic.tech is a financial platform that provides predictive reporting capabilities to help with financial strategy and planning. Founded by Bijan Moallemi, Brian Campbell and Joe Garafalo in 2019, Mosaic.tech has now raised a total of $ 20.9 million in equity and investors in this cycle include Felicis Ventures, General Catalyst, Village Global and XYZ Ventures LLC.
$ 300.0M – Series C
MX Technologies, based in Lehi, is a financial technology company that aims to connect people to their financial data in a way that automates their experience with money. Founded by Brandon Dewitt and Ryan Caldwell in 2010, MX Technologies has now raised a total of $ 505.0 million in equity and investors in this round include Canapi Ventures, CapitalG, Digital Garage, Geodesic Capital, Greycroft, Pelion Venture Partners, Point72 Ventures, Regions Financial Corporation and TPG.
$ 18.0M – Series A
Los Angeles-based Nacelle turns slow ecommerce sites into lightning-fast PWAs that convert over 25% better. Founded by Brian Anderson and Rachel Tyers in 2019, Carrycot has now raised a total of $ 22.8 million in equity and this round’s investors include High Alpha.
$ 22.5M – Series B
Boulder-based Neat Capital is a FinTech mortgage lender that aims to make financing a home as easy as using cash. Founded by Chad Lewkowski, Christin Price, Luke Johnson, Ryan Brennan and Steve Herschleb in 2015, Beautiful capital has now raised a total of $ 47.4 million in equity and this round’s investors include American Family Ventures and Left Lane Capital.
$ 20.0M – Series B
Philadelphia-based NeuroFlow is a HIPAA-compliant digital health platform that optimizes the way behavioral health care is delivered, tracked, and evaluated. Founded by Adam Pardes and Christopher Molaro in 2017, NeuroFlow has now raised a total of $ 31.0 million in equity and this round’s investors include Magellan Health Services.
$ 6.7 M – Seeds
OneRail, based in Orlando, is a last mile orchestration platform that matches demand signal (POS, ERP, e-commerce) to distribution networks in real time. Founded by Bill Catania and Lisa Catania in 2018, OneRail has now raised a total of $ 12.5 million in equity and investors in this round include Alpine Meridian Ventures, Alumni Ventures Group, Bullpen Capital, Chicago Ventures, Creative Co Capital, Las Olas Venture Capital, Purple Arch Ventures and Triphammer Ventures.
$ 40.0M – Series A
San Francisco-based Oqton is a software company that develops AI-based software for the manufacturing industry. Founded by Ben Schrauwen and Samir Hanna in 2017, Oqton has now raised a total of $ 40.0 million in equity and investors in this round include Ben Schrauwen, Carl Bass, Dries Buytaert, Fortino Capital, Peter Mercelis, PMV, Samir Hanna and Sandvik.
$ 10.5M – Series A
Outer, based in Santa Monica, is a direct-to-consumer outdoor furniture brand. Founded by Jiake Liu and Terry Lin in 2017, Outside has now raised a total of $ 15.0 million in equity and investors in this round include Andy Katz-Mayfield, Jason Calacanis, Jeffrey Raider, Justin Kan, MANTIS Venture Capital, Mucker Capital, overtime.vc, Plum Ventures, Robin Chan, Scott Tannen, Sequoia Capital China, Social Starts and Unlock Venture Partners.
$ 12.0M – Series B
Boston-based Own Up provides a software solution that enables residential loans from various lenders. Founded by Brent Shields, Mike Tassone and Patrick Boyaggi in 2016, Own has now raised a total of $ 24.2 million in equity and investors in this cycle include Brand Foundry Ventures, Link Ventures, Listen and Techstars Ventures.
$ 15.5M – Series A
Baltimore-based Tradeswell is developing an operating system for real-time trading. Founded by Geoff Kenawell, Haley Ulloa, Jesse Leikin, Paul Palmieri and Ron Puggi in 2019, Tradeswell has now raised a total of $ 18.8 million in equity and investors in this round include Allen & Company LLC, Construct Capital, SignalFire and The Emerson Group.
Stimulating results laboratories
$ 8.2M – Series A
Los Angeles-based Uplifting Results Labs is a consumer health and food technology company focused on nutritional solutions for treating chronic health issues. Founded by Marc Washington in 2019, Stimulating results laboratories has now raised a total of $ 8.2 million in equity and investors in this round include Acre Venture Partners, Alpha Edison, Baron Davis and Cathy Richards.
$ 110.0 M – Series D
Workato, based on Mountain View, is an enterprise automation platform that helps organizations work faster and smarter without compromising governance and security. Founded by Alexey Timanovskiy, Dimitris Kogias, Gautham Viswanathan, Harish Shetty and Vijay Tella in 2013, Job has now raised a total of $ 215.0 million in equity and investors in this round include Altimeter Capital, Battery Ventures, Insight Partners and Redpoint.
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