20180816 IN Pipeline – Venture Capital


US unicorns had already raised over $19 billion this year (just remember:  unicorns are for show. Dragons are for dough.)

This is a beta blog that provides deals that are closing.

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IN PIPELINE – Venture Capital Deals that closed 08 – 16 -2018

•  Deposit Solutions, a Hamburg-based banking platform, raised $100 million in funding. Vitruvian Partners led the round and was joined by investors including Kinnevik and e.ventures.

• Sila Nanotechnologies, a maker of battery materials, is raised $70 Million in Series D funding. Sutter Hill Ventures led the round and was joined by investors including Next47 and b.

• Sen Do Technology, a Ho Chi Minh City-based online marketplace, raised $51 million in Series B funding. SBI Group led the round, and was joined by investors including SoftBank Ventures KoreaDaiwa PI Partners, and SKS Ventures.

• Common Networks, a San Francisco wireless internet service provider, raised $25 million in Series B funding. General Catalyst led the round and was joined by investors including Eclipse Ventures and Lux Capital.

• AxiaMed, a Santa Barbara, California-based healthcare payments technology firm, raised $12.4 million in funding. Health Enterprise Partners led the round.

• Karma, a Stockholm-based startup that helps for restaurants and supermarkets to sell unsold food to consumers, raised $12 million in funding.  Kinnevik led the round and was joined by investors including Bessemer, Electrolux, and e.ventures.

• Clobotics, a Seattle and Shanghai-based maker of drones and retail intelligence solutions, raised another $11 million in its Series A round. New investors included Nantian Infotech VC and Wangsu Company.

• Lucidity, a Los Angeles-based digital advertising blockchain, raised $5 million in funding. 3RodeoCoinUsCypher GroupYouBi Capital, and Pithia were the investors.

• Visor, a real-time data and gaming improvement developer, raised $4.7 million in Series A funding. Accel led the round and was joined by investors including Y Combinator, Afore Capital, and NextGen Venture Partners.

• ListingSpark, an Austin-based real estate listing platform with a reduced fee, raised $2 million in Series A funding. The investor was Silverton Partners.

• ROOMa New York-based firm for office spaces, raised $2M in seed funding. Slow Ventures led the round

Investor Network by JD

Below are some of our largest subscribers and followers along with some newer (or not used accounts). Think of this as a master list!

Facebook Page “Investor Network by JD” ( 3,200 + subscribers)

https://www.facebook.com/InvestorNetwork/

LinkedIn Group “Investor Network” ( 5,000 + subscribers)

https://www.linkedin.com/groups/53760

LinkedIn Group “Sell Your Company” ( 9,500 + Subscribers)

https://www.linkedin.com/groups/2593533

Twitter ( 1,600 + followers)

@INbyJD

@RedHookCapital

YouTube (10+ subscribers)

coming soon!

Author: JD Morris

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