Venture Capital world is alive in well with investing in early stage deals! Member of our Senior Executive Advisors (S.E.A.) program can fast track deal to partners at such firms as Kleiner Perkin. We just e-mailed a deal to a partner of a VC firm at 7:32 and by 7:38 a meeting was in the planning! Key word is results!
Here a few deals that closed recently!
• Bulletin, a New York-based shared retail space startup, raised $2.2 million in seed funding. Investors include Flybridge, Kleiner Perkins, Afore Ventures, and Y Combinator.
• Smartsheet, a Bellevue, Wash.-based SaaS work management and collaboration platform, raised $52.1 million in Series F funding at a reported pre-money valuation of $800 million. Insight Venture Partners led the round. Investors including Madrona Venture Group, Sutter Hill Ventures, and Summit Partners participated.
• BounceX, a New York City-based provider of cloud behavioral marketing company, raised $31 million in funding. Investors include Silicon Valley Bank.
• Unlockd, an Australia-based mobile telecommunications and digital ad-focused tech platform, raised $23 million in Series B funding. Axiata Digital led the round.
• Quiqup, a London-based on-demand delivery startup, raised £20 million ($22.4 million) in Series B funding. Investors include JOBI Capital and Transmed.
• DocPlanner, a Poland-based healthcare booking platform, raised €15 million ($17 million) in Series D funding. ENERN Investments led the round, and was joined by Target Global and One Peak Partners.
• Zibby, a New York City-based lease-to-own payment company, raised $13.5 million in funding. CURO and MissionOG led the round, and were joined by investors including Blumberg Capital and Tribeca Venture Partners.
• Ledger Holdings, the New York-based parent company of bitcoin options exchange LedgerX, raised $11.4 million in funding. Investors include Miami International Holdings and Huiyin Blockchain Venture Investments.
• T-REX Group, a New York City-based financial technology company, raised $10 million in funding. Safeguard Scientifics led the round, and was joined by innogy, the Partnership Fund for New York City, and Ecosystem Integrity Fund.
• Circle Media, a Portland, Ore.-based connected home device management company, raised $10 million in Series A funding. Relay Ventures led the round.
• Trove, a San Francisco-based provider of self-storage service provider, raised $8 million in Series A funding. Greylock Partners led the round.
• Carpe Data, a Santa Barbara, Calif.-based provider of insurance data products, raised $6.6 million in Series A funding. Aquiline Technology Growth led the round.
• Discuss.io, a Seattle-based market research platform, raised $5.025 million in Series A funding. Unilever Ventures and Pereg Ventures led the round.
• Coins, a Philippines-based blockchain-enabled mobile payments platform, has raised $5 million in Series A funding from Naspers Ventures to expand their fast-growing, blockchain-based service across SE Asia.
• Intelledox, a digitalization software company with locations in Australia and Dallas, raised A$4 million ($3 million) in funding from Ellerston Ventures.
• SaveMoneyCutCarbon, a U.K.-based e-commerce platform and energy savings consultancy company, raised £2.2 million ($2.9 million) in funding from IW Capital.
• Embrace.io, a Los Angeles-based software developer, raised $2.5 million in seed funding, according to TechCrunch. Eniac Ventures led the round, and was joined by investors including The Chernin Group, Techstars Ventures, and BoxGroup. Read more.
• ECTOR Parking, a Paris-based valet parking startup, raised €2 million ($2.5 million) in funding, according to Tech.eu. Investors include ViaID, Day One Entrepreneurs & Partners, 123 Investment Managers, and bpifrance. Read more.
• Bowery, a New York City-based commercial real estate appraisal firm, raised $1.75 million in seed funding. Camber Creek led the round, and was joined by Fika Ventures, Corigin Ventures, LeFrak and Expansion Venture Capital.
• Meta SaaS, an Austin, Texas-based SaaS license management, and analytics platform, raised $1.5 million in seed funding. Mark Cuban led the round, and was joined by investors including Barracuda Networks, and Brett Hurt.
• Nomis Solutions, a San Bruno, Calif.-based price optimization SaaS platform, has raised funding of an undisclosed amount from Accenture.
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