SparkCognition, an Austin, Texas-based global leader in artificial intelligence (AI) software solutions for business, closed a $123m Series D funding round.
Greenlabs, a Seoul, South Korea-based agtech startup, raised $140M in Series C funding.
Wandelbots, a Dresden, Germany-based robotic software company that is making industrial robots accessible for everyone, raised over $84m in Series C financing.
Wirestock, a San Jose, CA-based provider of a platform that helps visual content creators monetize their photos, graphics and videos, raised $2.3m in funding.
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Dremio, a Santa Clara, Calif. – based data lake transformation company, closed a $160m Series E funding round, bringing its valuation to $2 billion.
Sylvera, a London, UK-based carbon offset ratings provider, raised $32.6M in Series A funding.
Leyden Laboratories B.V., an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based company developing products that protect from known and new respiratory viruses, closed a $140M Series B financing, bringing its total capital raised to approximately $200M in 2021.
Functionland inc., a Toronto, Ontario-based builder of blockchain-attached storage and the Borg Protocol, raised an additional USD 1.1M in seed funding.
Archive, a San Francisco, CA-based resale technology company that builds customized marketplaces for brands to incorporate secondhand into their business, raised $8m in funding.
Verusen, an Atlanta, GA-based provider of tools to manage materials for global supply chains, raised $25m in Series B funding.
Sibros, a San Jose, CA-based connected vehicle platform company, raised $70m in Series B funding.
Stilride, a London, UK- and Stockholm, Sweden-based electromobility startup, raised £2.5M in funding.
Scratchpad, Inc., a San Mateo, California – based revenue team workspace company, secured a $33m Series B funding round, bringing total funding to $49m.
CodeSee, a San Francisco CA-based provider of a solution for continuous understanding of codebases, raised $7M in funding.