Serial Box, a NYC-based provider serialized entertainment for readers and listeners, secured $1.65m in seed funding.
Meritize, a Frisco, Texas-based student lending platform, raised $6.8M in seed funding.
Zagster, a Cambrige, MA-based provider of modern, flexible bike share services, secured $15M in growth capital.
Cota, Inc., a NYC-based healthcare real-world evidence and data analytics company, completed a $40M Series C round of financing.
Intello, a NYC-based intelligent SaaS (software-as-a-service) optimization provider, raised $1.3M in seed funding.
Vectra, a San Jose, CA-based provider of solutions to automate the hunt for in-progress cyberattacks, closed a $36m Series D funding.
Dover Microsystems, a Waltham, MA-based hardware-driven cybersecurity startup, secured $6m in seed funding.
4me, a Palo Alto, CA-based startup focused on improving selective outsourcing processes, secured $1.65m in seed funding.
Greenlight Financial Technology, Inc., an Atlanta, GA-based creator of a smart debit card for kids, teens, and college students, raised $16m in Series A financing.
FourKites, a Chicago, IL-based provider of a predictive supply chain platform, raised $35m in Series B funding.
Oric Pharmaceuticals, a South San Francisco, Calif.-based clinical-stage oncology company focused on discovery and development of novel therapies against treatment-resistant cancers, completed a $50m Series C financing.
2018 is already a year that will offer many avenues that financial planners and business leaders couldn’t have predicted some five years ago. The steep rise of technology and the way digital and social channels have shaken up traditional spheres have thrown strategies out of the window.
One of the biggest changes from even just a few years ago is the assumption that everything can be done through a smartphone.
Gabi Personal Insurance Agency, Inc., a San Francisco, CA-based provider of a free, online personal insurance shopper, raised $9.5M in Series A funding.
Wealthsimple, a Toronto, Canada-based fintech company that provides a millennial-friendly digital investing service, raised a $51m ($65MCAD) in funding.