The Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report 4819

first_imgThe Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report: 4/8/19 by Reza Chowdhury Cora $7.5M – Series A Stamford-based Tru Optik is the Only Audience Measurement and Data Management Platform Built for OTT Founded by Alex Geis and Andre Swanston in 2013, Tru Optik has raised a total of $15.51M in reported equity funding. Cambridge-based CollegeVine is a leading provider of virtual guidance, one-on-one mentorship, and college applications guidance. Founded by Johan Zhang, Vinay Bhaskara, and Zack Perkins in 2013, CollegeVine has raised a total of $30.7M in reported equity funding. Palo Alto-based SambaNova Systems is a computing startup focused on building machine learning and big data analytics platforms. Founded by Kunle Olukotun and Rodrigo Liang in 2017, SambaNova Systems has raised a total of $206M in reported equity funding. Vertical Companies $58M – Series A Chicago-based Production-grade additive manufacturing solutions Founded by John Nanry, Lou Rassey, and Pat McCusker in 2015, Fast Radius has raised a total of $64.8M in reported equity funding. SpringWorks Therapeutics $125M – Series B Palo Alto-based Bill.com is the leading digital business payments company creating magically simple AP and AR solutions. Founded by Rene Lacerte in 2006, Bill.com has raised a total of $347.1M in reported equity funding. San Francisco-based Segment provides the customer data infrastructure that helps businesses put their customers first. Founded by Calvin French-Owen, Ian Storm Taylor, Ilya Volodarsky, and Peter Reinhardt in 2011, Segment has raised a total of $283.72M in reported equity funding. Notable startup fundings for the week ending 4/6/19 featuring funding details for Rippling, Cora, GrubMarket, and much more.PREVIOUS POSTNEXT POST 239SHARESFacebookTwitterLinkedin Affirm $300M – Series F CollegeVine $24M – Series B Vestwell $30M – Series B SambaNova Systems $150M – Series B Rippling $45M – Series A San Francisco-based Enlitic builds AI deep learning products to streamline radiologists’ workflows and improve healthcare diagnosis. Founded by Jeremy Howard in 2014, Enlitic has raised a total of $30M in reported equity funding. center_img Enlitic $15M – Series B Fast Radius $48M – Series B San Francisco-based Rippling provides cloud-based employee management solutions, from HR (payroll, benefits, compliance) to IT (computers, software, security). Founded by Parker Conrad and Prasanna Sankar in 2016, Rippling has raised a total of $52M in reported equity funding. Tru Optik $10M – Venture Tagged With: Aaron Schumm, Affirm, Alex Geis, Andre Swanston, Bill.com, Calvin French-Owen, CollegeVine, Cora, Enlitic, Fast Radius, GrubMarket, Ian Storm Taylor, Ilya Volodarsky, Jean-Baptiste Aviat, Jeffrey Kaditz, Jeremy Howard, Johan Zhang, John Nanry, Kunle Olukotun, Lara S. Sullivan, Lou Rassey, Max Levchin, Mike Xu, Molly Hayward, Morgen Newman, Nathan Gettings, Parker Conrad, Pat McCusker, Peter Reinhardt, Pierre Betouin, Prasanna Sankar, Rene Lacerte, Rippling, Rodrigo Liang, SambaNova Systems, Segment, SpringWorks Therapeutics, Sqreen, Tru Optik, Vertical Companies, Vestwell, Vinay Bhaskara, Zack Perkins Agoura Hills-based Vertical Companies introduces an entirely new perspective on the global cannabis market. Founded in 2014, Vertical Companies has raised a total of $58M in reported equity funding. San Francisco-based GrubMarket supplies local fresh food online with affordable prices and convenient delivery. Founded by Mike Xu in 2014, GrubMarket has raised a total of $89.1M in reported equity funding. Stamford-based SpringWorks Therapeutics is a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing medicines for patients with severe rare diseases and cancer. Founded by Lara S. Sullivan in 2017, SpringWorks Therapeutics has raised a total of $228M in reported equity funding. New York-based Vestwell provides retirement plans reimagined for the benefit of advisors, employers, and employees alike. Founded by Aaron Schumm in 2016, Vestwell has raised a total of $42.5M in reported equity funding. San Francisco-based Organic tampons, elegant accessories, convenient delivery, and period products to girls in need for every box sold. Founded by Molly Hayward and Morgen Newman in 2015, Cora has raised a total of $13.5M in reported equity funding. San Francisco-based Affirm is a financial technology services company that offers installment loans to consumers at the point of sale. Founded by Jeffrey Kaditz, Max Levchin, and Nathan Gettings in 2012, Affirm has raised a total of $920M in reported equity funding. GrubMarket $25M – Series C Sqreen $14M – Series A San Francisco-based Sqreen is a monitoring and protection platform made to be incredibly powerful yet very easy to use. Founded by Jean-Baptiste Aviat and Pierre Betouin in 2015, Sqreen has raised a total of $18.02M in reported equity funding. Segment $175M – Series D Bill.com $88M – Venturelast_img

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