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Event startup NewCo raised a $1.7 million seed round from Obvious Ventures, True Ventures, Bloomberg Beta, Transmedia Capital, Freestyle Capital, and Foundry Fund, as well as angels Chris Albinson, Andrew Anker, Bart Knaggs, Michael Lazerow, Dave Morgan, Dave Morin, Jordan Shlain, Owen Van Natta, and Michael Winnick.
Konekt, which provides cellular connectivity for hardware devices, raised a $1.3 million round of funding from multiple investors, including NextView Ventures, Mucker Capital and Tyler Willis Syndicate.
Cuseum, a startup focused on mobile technology for the art and cultural sector, raised $1.2 million from Foundry Group’s FG Angels, Atlas Venture’s Boston Syndicates, Seavest Capital Partners, Drummond Road Capital, and New Gen Partners, along with angel investors Paul English, Joshua Schachter, Deborah Ellinger, Wayne Chang, Colin Angle, Nicole Stata, David Chang, Jit Saxena and others.
Onfido, a provider of automated background checks, raised $4.5m in Series A funding led by Wellington Partners, with participation from CrunchFund and angel investors that include Brent Hoberman, Nicolas Brusson, Greg Marsh, Spencer Hyman, and Dan Cobley.
BlueTalon, provider of unmatched data entitlement solutions for Hadoop, raised $5 million from Signia Venture Partners, Biosys Capital, Bloomberg Beta, Stanford-StartX Fund, Divergent Ventures, Berggruen Holdings and Data Collective.
Robotic cloud laboratory Transcriptic raised $8.5 million in a Series A funding led by Data Collective with participation from IA Ventures, AME Cloud Ventures, Silicon Valley Bank, 500 Startups, MITS Fund, Y Combinator, Paul Buchheit, and a bunch of other angels.
InDinero, which provides financial software solutions for small businesses, raised $7 million from Kevin Hartz, Bobby Yazdani, Hank Vigil, Fritz Lanman, Coyote Ridge Ventures, SaaS Capital, Streamlined Ventures, and many others.
Tealium, an enterprise tag management solution, raised $30.7 million in Series D financing led by Georgian Partners and Bain Capital Ventures. Battery Ventures, Tenaya Capital, and Presidio Ventures also participated.
Axcient, a cloud-based Recovery-as-a-Service company, raised $25 million in a round led by Industry Ventures, with participation from Allegis Capital, Peninsula Ventures, Scale Venture Partners and Thomvest Ventures.
RapidMiner, a Modern Analytics platform, raised $15 million in Series B funding led by Ascent Venture Partners and Longworth Venture Partners, with Earlybird Venture Capital and Open Ocean Capital participating.
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