BETA: Capitalization Report AI v20.03.12


Keywords: artificial intelligence, AI, Unity Technologies, Artomatix, Deep North, SymphonyAI Group, TeraRecon, Dexai Robotics, Hailo, DocuSign, Seal Software, LinkSquares, K Health, Supersie.ai, 

Unity Technologies, a San Francisco, CA-based creator of a real-time 3D development platform, acquired Artomatix, an Ireland-based software company that uses AI and neural networks to streamline 3D artistic workflows in top studios worldwide

SymphonyAI Group, an operating group of business-to-business AI companies, acquired TeraRecon, a Durham, NC-based advanced visualization and AI solution provider for medical imaging

DocuSign (NASDAQ: DOCU) acquired Seal Software, a Walnut Creek, CA – based contract analytics and AI technology provider, for $188 million in cash

Deep North, a Foster City, Calif.-based computer vision and AI-powered video analytics company, closed its $25.7m Series A funding round

Superwise.ai, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based provider of an AI Assurance platform, secured $4.5m in seed funding

Dexai Robotics, a Boston, MA-based AI robotics company focused on commercial kitchen automation, raised $5.5M in seed funding

Hailo, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based AI chipmaker delivering performance to edge devices, raised $60m in Series B funding

FastForward.ai​, a Mountain View, Calif.-based social media SaaS platform for digital marketing, commerce and payments, raised $8M in seed funding

DeepSig, an Arlington, VA-based company developing AI to transform wireless for 5G, IoT, and security, raised $5M in Series A financing

K Health, a NYC- and Tel Aviv, Israel-based AI powered telemedicine company, closed a $48m series C funding

Pony.ai, a Fremont, California-based autonomous driving company, raised $462m in funding

LinkSquares, a Boston, MA-based provider a comprehensive AI-powered SaaS contract management and analysis tool, raised $14.5m in Series A financing

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BETA The Capitalization Report v20.03.10 Fund


Keyword for fund version of the report: Elevate Capital, LSP, Imperial College London, Kleiner Perkins, Vertica Capital Partners, Bregal Sagemount, Innovestor, Anthemis, BV Investment Partners,

Silicon Valley based venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins has launched its nineteenth fund, KP19, with $700M

Elevate Capital, a Portland, Ore.-based venture capital fund that supports inclusion and diversity by targeting entrepreneur investments in women and minorities that includes founders of color, LGBTQ, immigrants, and veterans, is raising a second fund

LSP, a life sciences investor in Europe, has held its final close of LSP 6 at the $600m hard cap

Imperial College London has launched its first Innovation fund to invest in early-stage, high-growth, knowledge-intensive companies spun out of the world top ten university

Vertica Capital Partners, a NYC-based private equity firm, closed its $205m maiden fund

RTP Global, a global venture capital firm focused on early-stage technology investments, is launching a $650M fund to back tech startups

Bregal Sagemount, a NYC-based growth-focused private equity firm, closed its Bregal Sagemount Fund III, at $1.5 billion

Innovestor, a Helsinki, Finland-based venture capital firm, held the first close of its new B2B Industrial Technology Fund, at €30M

Anthemis, a London, UK and NYC-based venture platform dedicated to investing in the change in financial services, held the first close of its $90m latest discretionary fund

BV Investment Partners, a Boston, MA-based middle-market private equity firm, closed BV Investment Partners Fund X, at $1.1 billion

The Capitalization Report has identified 35 plus new funds.  Contact us at NewFunds@RedHookCapital.co anytime for more information.

PRESS RELEASE FROM KLEINER PERKINS:

Announcing KP19 Thursday, March 5, 2020

We’re excited to announce Kleiner Perkins’ nineteenth venture fund, KP19, with $700M to focus on early stage investments in Enterprise, Consumer, Hardtech, Fintech, and Healthcare companies.

The last few years in venture capital have been incredibly exciting with more amazing entrepreneurs and growing businesses than ever before. The momentum in our industry is palpable, and the opportunity is bigger than ever. Success requires a jedi-like focus and a small, nimble team of dedicated practitioners.

BETA The Capitalization Report v20.02.20


KEYWORDS: TA Associates, Platinum Equity, Pamlico Capital, ForgePoint Capital, Align Capital Partners, Grove Ventures, Praetura Ventures, Thompson Street Capital Partners, Platinum Equity, Gainline Capital Partners

NEW FUNDS

  • Pamlico Capital, a Charlotte, NC-based lower middle-market private equity firm focused on growth-oriented businesses, closed a new fund, at $1.4 billion
  • ForgePoint Capital, a San Mateo, CA-based venture capital firm focused on cybersecurity, closed its second fund, at $450m
  • Align Capital Partners, a Dallas, TX and Cleveland, OH-based private equity firm, closed its second private equity investment fund, at $450m
  • Grove Ventures, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based early-stage deep tech-focused venture capital firm, closed Grove Ventures II, at $120m
  • A/O PropTech, a London, UK-based venture capital and private equity firm focused on proptech, has launched with €250m
  • Praetura Ventures, a Manchester, UK-based investor that backs early-stage businesses in high-value sectors, closed its second EIS fund, at £7m
  • OTHER FUNDS: Atomico, Da Vinci Capital Technology Fund III, Equal Ventures Fund I, Marcy Venture Partners Fund, and others upon request to our editor’s team at JD@investornetworkbyJD.com

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OTHER DEALS CLOSED

  • Platinum Equity acquired Biscuit International, a Paris-based manufacturer of private label sweet biscuits. Financial terms weren’t disclosed. (See press lease below)
  • Thompson Street Capital Partners will acquire Len the Plumber, a Boothwyn, Penn.-based full-service residential plumbing contractor.
  • EQT Partners and OMERS agreed to acquire Deutsche Glasfaser, a German broadband provider, from KKR. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Boxwood Merger Corp. (Nasdaq: BWMC), a publicly-traded special purpose acquisition company, acquired Atlas Intermediate Holdings, professional testing, inspection, engineering, program management and consulting services provider, from Bernhard Capital Partners for approximately $617 million.
  • Flywire acquired Simplee, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based healthcare payments technology platform. Financial terms weren’t disclosed. Simplee had raised approximately $37.8 million in venture funding from investors including Social Capital and Heritage Group. 
  • TA Associates acquired Auction Technology Group, a London-based online platform for auctions in Europe and the United States, from ECI Partners. It also acquired Proxibid, an Omaha, Neb.-based online marketplace, from Primus Capital. The companies will be brought under the ATG umbrella. Financial terms weren’t disclosed
  • IQ-EQ acquired Blue River Partners, a Dallas, Texas-based provider of outsourced solutions to alternative asset managers. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

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