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VaporChat, a messaging platform that gives users complete control over the content they share, raised a $1.5 million in seed round funding led by a consortium of strategic angel investors, including Ed Wise.
EVEN Financial, a lending platform that is currently in stealth mode, raised a $2.8 million seed funding round led by Canaan Partners, along with Lerer Hippeau Ventures, Ron Suber, Brooklyn Bridge Ventures, Conversion Capital, Social Leverage, 555 Capital, Jon Kelfer and other angel investors.
Kira Talent, a talent assessment platform, raised a $1.2 million seed round led by Relay Ventures, and angel investors including Joe Canavan, Anthony Lacavera, Sam Duboc, John Kelleher and Roger Martin.
MEMEBOX, a beauty e-commerce company, raised $29.35 million in funding from Formation 8, Goodwater Capital, AME Cloud Ventures, Pejman Mar Ventures, Y Combinator, Winklevoss Capital, FundersClub, Cowboy Ventures, and Altos Ventures, among others.
ThinkCERCA, a literacy and critical-thinking software platform, raised a $3.2 million Series A round led by the Follett Knowledge Fund, along with Math Venture Partners, Amicus Capital, Great Oaks Venture Capital and Chuck Templeton.
Prevoty, an enterprise security company, raised an $8 million round led by USVP. Plus Capital, Double M Capital, Core Ventures Group, Inventures Group, Daher Capital, Digi Venture Fund and Karlin Ventures also participated.
Subscription billing platform Zuora raised a $115 million funding round from Wellington Management Company, Blackrock, Premji Invest, Passport Capital, BenchmarkCapital, Greylock Partners, Redpoint Ventures, Index Ventures, Shasta Ventures, Vulcan Capital, Next World Capital, Dave Duffield and Marc Benioff.
Medical device company Cardiac Dimensions raised $43 million from Life Sciences Partners, Aperture Venture Partners and an international syndicate of institutional investors from Canada, Australia and the U.S., including Lumira Capital, M.H. Carnegie & Co., and Arboretum Ventures.
Looker, provider of a SaaS business intelligence platform, raised a $30 million Series B round led by Meritech Capital Partners, with participation from Sapphire Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, First Round Capital, and PivotNorth.
Mobile messaging app Snapchat raised a $200 million in a funding round from Alibaba.
Highfive, a provider of video conferencing device and cloud software for businesses, raised $32 million in a round led by Lightspeed Venture Partners, with participation from Andreessen Horowitz, General Catalyst, Google Ventures, SV Angel, Aaron Levie and Marc Benioff.
SimpliVity, a provider of hyperconverged infrastructure for IT, raised $175 million in Series D funding led by Waypoint Capital, with Accel Partners, Charles River Ventures, DFJ Growth, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB) and Meritech Capital Partners also contributing.
Agilence, a provider of SaaS based next-generation exception reporting solutions, raised $4.3 million in a round led by Laurel Capital Partners, with Drayton Park Capital, Granite Ventures, Next Stage Capital and Aster Capital also participating,
StreetShares, a peer-to-peer lending marketplace for small business loans, raised $200 million in debt financing from Direct Lending Investments, Community Investment Management (CIM) and Eagle Bank Corp.
RayVio, a developer of UV LED based solutions, raised $9.3 million in Series B funding from Applied Ventures, Augment Ventures, New Ground Ventures, Tolero Ventures, DCM Ventures and Capricorn Investment Group.
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