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Scout RFP, a cloud-based sourcing platform, raised $2.75 million in seed financing led by New Enterprise Associates, with participation from Google Ventures and Zapis Capital, and angel investors including Techammer & Tim O'Shaughnessy.
Dojo, an app that curates places to eat, drink and visit in London, raised an £800,000 seed round led by Playfair Capital, with participation from Saatchinvest and angel investors including Harry Briggs and Ross Bailey.
HelloTech, a provider of support for technology and electronics, raised $2.5 million in seed funding from a Upfront Ventures, Accel Partners, Crosscut Ventures, Amplify.LA, Ron Burkle, and other angels.
MaestroIQ, a recommendation engine for customer experience management, raised $1.75 million in seed funding from Foundation Capital, Eniac Ventures, Deep Fork Capital, KEC Ventures, First Round Capital, Jim Pallotta, and Crosslink Capital.
Xenex Disinfection Services, which uses UV room disinfection systems for healthcare facilities, raised a $25 million round from Brandon Point Industries Limited, Battery Ventures, Targeted Technology Fund II and RK Ventures.
Nilas, previously known as Inbox, a developer of an API for building email client apps, raised $8 million in a round led by Formation 8, with participation from Fuel Capital, SV Angel, Data Collective, Great Oaks and others.
Meta, a developer of augmented reality glasses, raised $23 million in a Series A round led by Horizon Ventures, Tim Draper, BOE Optoelectronics, Garry Tan and Alexis Ohanian. Danhua Capital, Commodore Partners and Vegas Tech Fund also participated.
Roadie, an app that links drivers with people who need things delivered, raised $10 million in Series A funding from UPS Strategic Enterprise Fund,TomorrowVentures, Warren Stephens, Alan Schwartz, Jim McKelvey, the Mellon Group and Tom Noonan.
Cargomatic, an app that instantly connects local shippers with local truckers, raised an $8 million dollar Series A funding round led by Canaan Partners, along with Volvo Group Venture Capital, Rob Estes, Morado Venture Partners, SV Angel, Sherpa Ventures, Winklevoss Capital, Structure Capital, Nicolas Berggruen, Scott Banister, Fritz Lanman, and Hank Vigil.
Koru, a talent marketplace focused on college graduates, raised a $8 million Series A financing round led by Maveron, with participation from City Light Capital,Trilogy Equity Partners, Battery Ventures and First Round.
Iora Health, a primary care provider, raised a $28 million round from Foundation Medical Partners, Rice Management Company, GE Ventures and Khosla Ventures. Fidelity Biosciences, .406 Ventures and Polaris Partners, also participated.
APUS Group, a Beijing-based Android application development company, raised $100 million in a Series B round of funding led by Chengwei Capital, SIG and Qiming Venture Partners with participation from Redpoint Ventures and Northern Light Venture Capital.
Everspin Technologies, a developer and manufacturer of discrete and embedded MRAM, raised $29 million in a Series B round from GLOBALFOUNDRIES and Western Digital Capital, New Venture Partners, Lux Capital, Sigma Partners, Epic Ventures, and DraperFisher Jurvetson.
Whistle, a provider of pet tech products and services, raised $15 million in a Series B round led by Nokia Growth Partners, with participation from Qualcomm, Melo7 Tech Partners LLC and Queensbridge Venture Partners.
Datadog, a cloud service that helps customers monitor infrastructure and software, raised $31 million in a Series C funding round led by Index Ventures with participation from RTP Ventures, Openview Partners and “other equity holders.”
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