Funnel, a Stockholm, Sweden-based provider of a marketing data platform for businesses, raised $47 in Series B funding.
Global bank Citi launched a $150m impact fund designed to make equity investments in private sector companies that have a positive impact on society.
We all know that data is both powerful and valuable, so it’s not surprising that so many businesses are eager to get their hands on it. There are a number of companies today built around data that they gather online. Many of them are doing very well indeed.
Google has acquired AppSheet, a Seattle, Washington-based no-code application development platform used by a number of enterprises across a variety of industries.
Google has acquired Pointy, a Dublin, Ireland-based provider of a platform that allows local shops to go and be found online.
TestFit Inc., a Dallas, TX-based building configuration software leveraging practical generative design, secured $2m in seed funding.
Phenom People, a Philadelphia, PA-based Talent Experience Management (TXM) company, raised $30m in Series C funding.
Leap, a San Francisco, CA- and Utrecht, the Netherlands-based provider of a universal distributed energy marketplace, raised $8.2m in a combination of equity and debt financing.
AI2 Incubator, a Seattle, WA-based studio that creates, launches and invests in AI-first tech startups, raised a $10M fund.
Rebound Technologies, a Denver, CO-based developer of an energy-efficient alternative to traditional vapor compression cooling systems, closed a $5m Series A financing.
CellFE, Inc., a San Carlos, Calif.-based startup developing a microfluidics based device to deliver gene-editing molecules, raised $3.6m in an initial seed funding.
WorkBoard, a Redwood City, Calif.–based enterprise results management solutions provider, raised $30m in Series C funding.
Frazier Healthcare Partners, a life sciences focused venture capital firm, closed Frazier Life Sciences X, L.P., at more than $617m.
Epsagon, a NYC-based microservices application monitoring company, raised $16m in Series A funding.
LaunchDarkly, an Oakland, CA-based provider of a feature management platform software teams use to build software faster, raised $54m in additional funding.