Logojoy, a Toronto, Canada-based AI-powered design platform for entrepreneurs to create professional-quality logos, raised a C$6m in Series A funding.
Self Lender, an Austin, Texas-based provider of consumer tools for people to build their credit, raised $10m in Series B financing.
Standard Cognition, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of AI-powered autonomous checkout solutions for brick & mortar retailers, raised $40M in Series A funding.
Cadent Therapeutics, a Cambridge, Mass.-based company focused on the development of breakthrough therapies to improve the lives of patients with movement and cognitive disorders, raised $40m in Series B financing.
Bunch, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of an app that lets users play their favorite mobile games with friends over video chat, closed $3.8m in seed funding.
Ezra, a NYC-based startup creating a new way to screen for cancer, launched its prostate cancer screening program and announced a $4M seed round.
Mintos, a Riga, Latvia-based global marketplace for loans, raised €5m in Series A funding.
Habana Labs, Ltd., a Tel Aviv, Israel-based and San Jose, CA-based fabless semiconductor company, secured $75m in series B funding.
Nimble (Nimble for Good, PBC), a Costa Mesa, CA-based consumer tech brand committed to creating sustainably made electronics, raised $1.5m in equity funding.
Decisions, an Oslo, Norway-based provider of a meeting management solution that integrates with Microsoft Office 365, closed its Series A round of undisclosed amount.
AdaSky, a Yokneam, Israel-based developer of Far-Infrared technology (FIR) for autonomous vehicles, secured $20M in funding.
CrowdOut Capital, an Austin, Texas-based private lender for middle market companies, closed $2.5 million in growth funding.
Shyft Technologies, a Seattle, WA-based provider of mobile workforce management tools, raised $6.5M in Series A funding.
Renalytix AI plc (LSE AIM: RENX), a Cardiff, United Kingdom-based developer of artificial intelligence-enabled clinical diagnostics for kidney disease, secured $29m in funding.
Building Intelligence, a New York City-based creator of software solutions for the security of visitors, vehicles and vendors, raised $4.1m in Series A financing.