Doctor On Demand, Softbank, Namely, Mezaaj, Are You A Human, Framebridge, Spacious, MentAd, GoFundMeRead more...
InsideSales, Conversa Health, Glooko, Health Catalyst, Shuddle, Clearpath, GelSight, 1Mainstream
(Come mingle with hundreds of top venture capitalists representing $10B-plus in capital under management, including Khosla Ventures, Greylock and Javelin Venture Partners, and learn from founders/CEOs including Marco Zappacosta, Co-founder & CEO of Thumbtack and Adam Goldenberg, CEO of JustFab, Slava Rubin, Founder & CEO of Indiegogo, at Vator Splash Oakland on April 22nd and 23rd. Get your tickets here!)
Petcube, a company that keeps people connected with their pets, raised a $1.1 million seed round co-led by AVentures Capital and Almaz Capital with participation from SOSVentures, David Michaels and Nick Bilogorskiy.
Dataminr, which transforms the Twitter stream into actionable alerts, raised $130 million from investors that included Fidelity, Wellington, Credit Suisse, John Mack, Vikram Pandit, Tom Glocer, Noam Gottesman, Nicolas Berggruen, WorldQuant Ventures, Glynn Capital and Goldman Sachs.
Shuddle, a rideshare service designed specifically to transport busy families, raised $9.6 million in a Series A funding round led by RRE Ventures with participation from Comcast Ventures, Forerunner Ventures, Accel Partners and angels.
GelSight, 3D high-resolution imaging company, raised an undisclosed amount of Series A funding in a round led by Ping Fu, with Omega Funds also participating.
Advanced threat detection innovator Interset raised a $10 million round led by Toba Capital, and Informatica, along with Anthem Venture Partners and Telesystem Ltd.
Sentisis, a natural language processing startup, raised a $1.3 million Series A funding round, led by Axon Partners Group and the Fundación José Manuel Entrecanales. Startcaps Ventures and 500 Startups, also participated.
Blue Pillar, a provider of power and energy management solutions, raised a $14 million round led by EnerTech Capital, along with Maryland Venture Fund, Allos Ventures, Arsenal Venture Partners and Claremont Creek Ventures.
Draft, a daily fantasy sports app, raised $3.5 million in Series A funding in a round led by Upfront Ventures, along with Advancit Capital, BoxGroup, the Chernin Group and QueensBridge Venture Partners.
Sales acceleration platform InsideSales.com raised a %60 million round led by Salesforce Ventures with participation from Microsoft, Polaris Partners, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, Hummer Winblad, U.S. Venture Partners and Zetta Venture Partners.
Glooko, a creator of a tracking device that focuses on patients with diabetes, raised $16.5 million in a Series B round from Canaan Partners, Medtronic, The Social + Capital Partnership, Samsung, and smaller original angel investors.
Healthcare data warehousing and analytics company Health Catalyst raised a $70 million round led by Norwest Venture Partners, with contributions from Sequoia Capital, Kaiser Permanente Ventures, Sorenson Capital, CHV Capital and Partners HealthCare.
Collective Health, a self-insurance platform provider, raised $38 million in a round led by Founders Fund and New Enterprise Associates, with Formation 8, Redpoint Ventures, RRE Ventures, Subtraction Capital and Rock Health participating.
Birst, on-demand business intelligence and analytics provider, raised $65 million in a round led by Wellington Management Company LLP, along with all existing investors including Sequoia Capital, Hummer Winblad, DAG Ventures and Northgate Capital.
Peatix, a Japan-headquartered mobile event and ticketing startup, raised a $5 million Series B round led by Digital Garage, along with Singapore Press Holdings, Sunny Side Up, Fidelity Growth Partners Japan and Draper Nexus.
Fundbox, a cash flow optimization tool for small businesses, raised $40 million in a Series B round led by General Catalyst Partners, with Khosla Ventures, Shlomo Kramer, Blumberg Capital and NyCa Investment Partners.
Quid, an artificial intelligence company raised a $39 million Series D round led by Liberty Interactive Corporation, with participation from ARTIS Ventures, Buchanan Investments, Subtraction Capital, Tiger Partners, Thomas H. Lee Limited Family Partnership II, Member Michael Patsalos-Fox and Charles Lho.
Read more from our "Funding Roundup" series
Duolingo, Vinli, Jimdo, Dalia Research, Procore Technologies, Colabo, Menlo Security, Enervee, TileRead more...
DocuSig, Flywheel, Enervee, Notion, VitalFields, jobandtalent, EverCompliant, Tegile Systems, UbimoRead more...
Related Companies, Investors, and Entrepreneurs
Joined Vator on
Healthentic, an innovative analytics platform, is the easiest way to measure population health. Healthentic's, Population Health Dashboard (PhD) gives businesses critical insights using the power of whole health informatics to make changes to their plans and programs in order to lower costs while improving overall employee health and productivity. Healthentic works with more than 10,800 enterprises, and covers more than almost 40 million lives. To learn more, visit www.healthentic.com.
Joined Vator on
Glooko is the world’s leading Unified Platform for Diabetes Management and is trusted by the world’s leaders in diabetes care. Glooko provides an FDA-cleared, HIPAA-compliant web and mobile application, which aims to improve health outcomes for people with diabetes, in turn reducing costs for payers and the healthcare system. Glooko seamlessly syncs with over 50 blood glucose meters, insulin pumps, CGMs, fitness and activity trackers, and supplies timely, verified patient data such as blood glucose, carbs, insulin, blood pressure, diet and weight data. Glooko’s mobile app enables patients to easily track and proactively manage all aspects of their diabetes care. Glooko’s Population Management web app and API’s offers diabetes-centric analytics and supply insightful reports, graphs and risk flags to patients, health systems and payers, as well as third party developers.
Joined Vator on
Conversa’s Digital CheckupTM platform supports physicians participating in value-based care by 1) activating patients to engage, 2) collecting and analyzing patient-generated health data (PGHD) to deliver actionable data to the EHR, and 3) improving population health. By tracking patient populations continuously, providers have better data for quality measurement and attestation for incentive and performance-based payment. Conversa’s platform collects structured data that is aligned with quality measures in Meaningful Use, Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS), and other value-based models of care.