Perimeter 81, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based software defined perimeter company, raised $5m in funding.
Ouster, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of high-resolution lidar sensors used for autonomous vehicles, robotics, and mapping, raised over $60m in equity and debt funding.
In 2008, when the bottom dropped out of the U.S. economy and the country was faced with unprecedented company closures, one of the first extras to be cut by corporate boards was the retirement plan offered to employees.
Flare Capital Partners, a Boston, MA-based healthcare technology venture capital firm, added healthcare technology investor and experienced policy professional Parth Desai as a Senior Associate.
Inflazome, a Dublin, Ireland- and Cambridge, UK-based biotech company developing several small molecule drugs that inhibit harmful inflammation, received an over US$1m grant.
NativeERP, a Chicago, IL-based real estate enterprise solution, raised $2M in seed funding.
Development stage company Grand Capital Ventures, Inc. (OTC: GRCV), completed the acquisition of Yuka Clothing, a Miami, Florida-based e-commerce company.
Synerkine Pharma B.V., an Utrecht, The Netherlands-based developer of fusion proteins for the treatment of chronic pain, closed a €3.3m Series A financing.
Sports betting is now a normal thing. They are no longer subject to the negative reputation that until a few years ago was deeply rooted in society.
Presenso, a Haifa, Israel-based provider of Artificial Intelligence driven Predictive Maintenance for industrial assets, received an investment from EDP Ventures.
Wilmington, Del.-based Delaware Innovation Space has launched First Fund to provide funding to early stage startups.
F45 Training, an Australian-born fitness franchise, received a minority investment from a group led by Mark Wahlberg and FOD Capital.
Tinkergarten, a Northampton, MA-based outdoor play-based learning platform dedicated to elevating childhood, raised $21M in funding.
GuruShots, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based platform combining mobile games with real-world photo-taking, raised $5m in Series A funding.
FirstPoint Mobile Guard, a Netanya, Israel-based provider of a cellular Cybersecurity-as-a-Service platform, closed a seed funding round of undisclosed amount.