Points Technology, a Chinese blockchain and AI startup, raised a multi-million US dollar worth Series A financing.
SportsEdTV, a Miami-based sports education media company, closed a $3m Series A funding round.
Kilter Finance, a London, UK-based insurance specialty lender, entered into a binding agreement with KKR in relation to an investment of up to $500m of equity funding.
Quality Clouds, a London, United Kingdom- and Barcelona, Spain-based provider of cloud-based software for the management of SaaS applications, raised a GBP1m seed funding round.
InvestSuite, a Leuven, Belgium-based B2B WealthTech startup, raised €2m in funding.
Screening Eagle Technologies, a Zurich, Switzerland-based cloud tech platform connecting sensors, software, and data for intelligent inspection of assets and infrastructure, raised CHF 55m in its first institutional round of equity funding.
SteadyMD Telehealth, a St. Louis, MO and Westlake Villiage, CA-based digital tech startup, raised $6M in Series A funding.
Atmosphere, an Austin, TX-based provider of a streaming TV for businesses, raised $5M closing the Series A round at $14M.
Philter Labs, a San Diego, CA-based company advancing micro-sized personal air filters to eliminate the impacts of secondhand smoke, raised $1m in funding.
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HouseCanary, a home valuation fintech company, acquired Dropmodel, a technology startup with analytic and financial modeling solutions for the single-family real estate asset class.
TrueBridge Capital Partners, a Chapel Hill, N.C.-based venture capital investment firm, closed its second direct investment fund, at $190m.
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JennyLife, a Seattle, WA-based provider of life insurance for parents, secured $3.5m in Series A funding for a total raise of $5m.
Calviri, Inc., a Tempe, Ariz.-based biotech startup spun out of Arizona State University Biodesign Institute focused on cancer, closed a $2.25m seed funding round.