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Argo, a data discovery startup, raised a $1.5 million seed round led by Accel Partners with participation by veteran technology angel investors, including Steve Loughlin, Kevin Mahaffey, Adam Ross, Chuck Moran, Kathy Olsen, Ryan Simonetti and Brad Katsuyama.
LawnStarter an on-demand lawn care service, raised $1 million from several angel investors including Rob Taylor, Cotter Cunningham, Pat Matthews as well as Vayner RSE.
Smartphone sensor company Sense360 raised a $2.75 million round led by FirstMark Capital, with participation from Founder Collective, Qualcomm Ventures, Metamorphic Ventures, Double M Capital, Telenav, David Tisch, Jason Finger, John Hinnegan, and Michael Kline.
App studio North Technologies raised a $5 million funding round led by True Ventures, with Google Ventures, Greylock Partners, Redpoint Ventures, SV Angel, Sherpa Ventures, Lowercase Capital, Floodgate Capital, Slow Ventures, Susa Ventures, A-Grade, Melo7, Vayner, Launch Fund, Bobby Goodlatte, Tim Ferriss, Anthony Casalena, Naval Ravikant, Vinny Lingham, Philip Kaplan, Ev Williams, Mike Shinoda, and Tony Hawk also participating.
Percolata, a service that utilizes physical big data to improve how brick and mortar businesses work, raised $5 million from Andreessen Horowitz, Google Ventures, Menlo Ventures, Foundation Capital, WI Harper, Cherubic Ventures and others, along with angels including Pierre Lamond, Professor Bernd Girod, Jeff Hammerbacher, Eric Feng and others.
Legal startup Lexoo raised $400,000 in funding from Forward Partners and Jonathan McKay.
Soylent, maker of a nutritional drink "that has everything the healthy body needs," raised $20 million in a round led by Andreessen Horowitz with participation from Lerer Ventures, Index Ventures and individual investors including David Friedberg.
Moovit, an app that crowdsources info about public transportation, raised a $50 million Series C round of funding from Bernard Arnault Group, BRM Capital, BMW i Ventures, Gemini Partners, Keolis, Nokia Growth Partners, Sequoia Capital, Vintage Investment Partners and Vaizra Investments.
True Fit, a retail SaaS company, raised a $15 million funding round led by Signal Peak Ventures, Promus Ventures and Jump Capital, with participation from Guggenheim Partners, Breakaway Ventures and Novel TMT.
Neo Technology, a provider of graph databases to enterprise companies, raised a $20 million round of funding led by Creandum with Dawn Capital, Fidelity Growth Partners Europe, Sunstone Capital and Conor Venture Partners also participating.
Treasure Data, a cloud services company for massive data processing, raised $15 million in a Series B round led by Scale Venture Partners. Tim Guleri, Bill Tai, Morio Kurosaki and AME Cloud Ventures also participated.
Instacart. a grocery delivery service, raised a $220 million round of Series C financing led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB). Other participants included Comcast Ventures, Dragoneer Investment Group, Thrive Capital, Valiant Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Khosla Ventures and Sequoia.
PeerTransfer, a provider of payment solutions for the education sector, raised $22 million in a round led by Bain Capital Ventures, with participation from Spark Capital, Devonshire Investors, Accel Partners and QED Investors.
Kit Check, provider of automated pharmacy kit processing software for hospitals, raised a $12 million Series B funding round led by Kaiser Permanente Ventures. Rex Health Ventures, New Leaf Venture Partners, Sands Capital Ventures, Easton Capital Investment Group and LionBird also contributed.
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