Board of Directors and VC Deals that Close 2016-07-15



 

 

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And now for some early stage deals that recently where funded:

 

• Appthority, a San Francisco-based provider of enterprise mobile threat protection solutions, has raised $7 million in Series B funding. Trident Capital Cybersecurity led the round, and was joined by US Venture Partners, Venrock, Blue Coat Systems and Knollwood Investment Authority. www.appthority.com

• Augmenix Inc., a Waltham, Mass.-based developer of invasive hydrogel products to improve outcomes following cancer radiotherapy, has raised $6 million in Series E funding. Existing backers include Excelestar Ventures, Catalyst Health Ventures and Sparta Group. www.Augmenix.com

• Bay Dynamics, a San Francisco-based provider of cyber risk analytics, has raised $23 million in Series B funding. Carrick Capital Partners led the round, and was joined by return backers Comcast Ventures. www.baydynamics.com

• Caremerge, a Chicago-based post-acute care coordination platform, has raised $14 million in new VC funding. Insight Venture Partners led the round, and was joined by return backers Grazyna Kulczyk, Cambia Health Solutions, Ziegler LinkAge Longevity Fund, GE Ventures, and Arsenal Venture Partners. www.caremerge.com

• Docent Health, a Boston-based healthcare experience platform, has raised $15 million in Series A funding from Bessemer Venture Partners, NEA and Maverick Ventureswww.docenthealth.com

• FiveAI, a London-based artificial intelligence startup, has raised $2.7 million in new VC funding. Amadeus Capital Partners led the round, and was joined by Spring Partners and Notion Capital. www.five.ai

• Indegy, an Israeli provider of industrial cybersecurity solutions, has raised $12 million in Series A funding. Vertex Ventures led the round, and was joined by Aspect Ventures, SBI Holdings and return backers Schlomo Kramer and Magma Venture Partners. www.indegy.com

• Magnolia Medical Technologies, a Seattle-based developer of a blood collection system and in vitro diagnostic testing solutions, has raised $13.8 million in Series B funding led by HealthQuest Capitalwww.magnolia-medical.com

• Snupps, a London-based visual organizer and social network, has raised $4.75 million in new VC funding from individual angels and family trusts.

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• Unity Technologies, a San Francisco-based software platform for mobile game developers, has raised $181 million in Series C funding at around a $1.5 billion post-money valuation. DFJ Growth led the round, and was joined China Investment Corp., FreeS Fund, Thrive Capital, Max Levchin and return backers Sequoia Capital and WestSummit Capital. Among the games using Unity are Pokemon Go. www.unity3D.com

Information provide by Associated Press, CB Insight, Crunchbase, Forbes, Market Watch, Reuters, and other sources.  Please check company website for best information.

Happy Investing and Networking,

JD Morris

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