Conjure, a NYC-based furniture rental service curated by designer artisans formerly operating as Mobley, announced its official launch out of stealth as well as $9m in seed funding.
Beyond Limits, a Los Angeles, CA-based industrial and enterprise-grade AI technology company built for the most demanding sectors, including energy, utilities and healthcare, raised a $113m Series C funding round.
PEDRA Technology, a Singapore-based developer of innovative deep-tissue perfusion monitors, raised $4.7M in Series A financing.
CloudMargin, a London, UK-based creator of a collateral and margin management solution native to the cloud, closed on its largest funding round to date, bringing in $15m in a Series B capital raise.
EasySend, an Israeli no-code AI-powered platform transforming manual processes into digital journeys, raised $16m in funding. In conjunction with the announcement, CEO Tal Daskal answered our questions about the company, their achievements, the funding and future plans.
Pom Partners, a NYC-based personal and enterprise safety technology provider, raised 3m in Series A funding.
Manticore Games, a San Mateo, Calif.-based gaming developer, closed a $15m funding round.
RoadRunner Recycling, a Pittsburgh, PA-based technology-driven company providing a sustainable waste and recycling management solution for businesses in new and existing markets, closed a $10m Series C funding round.
NextCapital, a Chicago, IL-based enterprise digital advice company, raised $30m in growth financing.
DeepCube, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based deep learning company, raised $7m in Series A funding.
Cloud Paper, a Seattle, WA-based tree-free paper products company, raised $3m in seed funding.
Netdata, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of an open-source, distributed, real-time, performance and health monitoring solution for systems and applications, completed a new round of financing totaling $14.2M.
Pure Watercraft, a Seattle, WA-based provider of electric marine propulsion solutions, raised $23.4m in Series A funding.
EasySend, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based no-code AI-powered platform transforming manual processes into digital journeys, raised $16m in funding following the completion of an $11m Series A round.
Aurora Labs, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based provider of self-healing software for connected cars, secured $23m in Series B funding.