Predikto, an Atlanta, GA-based provider of analytics solutions to improve equipment reliability of rail and aviation fleets, raised $4m in Series A funding.
Containous, a Lyon, France-based creator of open-source infrastructure software for the datacenter, raised €1m in seed funding.
Thryve, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of microbiotics and microbiome testing, closed a seed round of financing.
Early-stage venture capital fund Mindset Ventures has announced its first eight investments in tech startups based in Seattle and Silicon Valley.
Snap Capital LLC, a Charleston, South Carolina-based source of alternative funding to small business, secured a revolving-to-term credit facility with Old Hill Partners.
Unison Home Ownership Investors, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of home ownership investments, received an investment from Ron Suber, president of Prosper Marketplace.
Skurt, a Los Angeles, CA-based rental car delivery startup, raised $10m in Series A funding.
data.world, an Austin, TX – based social network for data people, raised $18.7m in venture capital funding.
ConsejoSano, a San Francisco, CA-based digital health platform for Spanish speakers to navigate America’s healthcare system, raised $4.9m in Series A funding.
MobiTV, an Emeryville, Calif.-based provider of IP-based video delivery solutions, raised $21M in funding.
Affigen, a St. Louis, Missouri-based biotechnology company that develops therapeutics targeting cell lineage-specific tumor proteins, closed a $17m Series A financing.
Imaginate, a Philadelphia, PA-based VR/AR company, raised $500k in funding.
Cloud Lending Solutions, a San Mateo, CA-based loan and leasing platform built natively on Salesforce, closed its financing round of undisclosed amount.
Industry Ventures LLC, a San Francisco, CA-based investment firm for venture capital, appointed Jonathan Roosevelt as Venture Partner and Kemper Ahl as Business Development Associate.
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