Pwnie Express, a Boston, MA-based IoT security company, raised $8m in funding.
Apps Associates, an Acton, MA-based IT services organization focused on supporting mission-critical business applications and facilitating enterprise customers’ digital and cloud transformation initiatives, received a majority investment from middle-market private equity firm BV Investment Partners.
Akouos, a Boston, MA-based new biotechnology company focused on restoring and preserving hearing, closed a $7.5m seed round of funding.
VisitPay, a Boise, Idaho-based patient financial health platform, received an investment from Flare Capital Partners.
Semma Therapeutics, a Cambridge, MA-based biotechnology company focused on the development of novel regenerative medicines, completed a $114m Series B financing.
Mojio, a connected car cloud platform company, secured CAD$30M in Series B funding.
Mad Mobile, a Tampa, FL-based Unified Commerce solutions provider, completed a seven-figure revenue-based financing transaction with Decathlon Capital Partners.
Replika, a San Francisco-based AI based maker of an “AI friend that’s always there for you“, raised $6.5m in Series A.2 funding round.
eLocal, a Conshohocken, PA-based Internet advertising company, raised $25M in funding.
Farmer’s Business Network, a San Carlos, CA-based farmer-to-farmer network, raised $110m in Series D funding.
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DPOrganizer, a Stockholm, Sweden-based provider of data protection management software, closed a €3m Series A funding round.
Yukon Partners, a Minneapolis, MN-based independent and unaffiliated junior capital provider, closed its latest fund, at $558.7m.
Aurora Labs, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based developer of a self-healing platform for connected cars to reduce software recalls, came out of stealth mode with $2.7m in seed funding.
Switchboard Live, an Orlando, Florida-based live video and social media management platform, raised a $1.5m seed funding.