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Wag!, which provides dog owners with access to dog walkers, raised a $2.45 million seed round led by Freestyle Capital, along with Greylock, Crunchfund, Dave Morin's Slow Ventures, Social Leverage, RRE, Structure Capital, John Maloney and others.
CodersClan, a community-driven marketplace for code, raised a seed round of $820,000 from investors that included CrunchFund, Entrée Capital and Kima Ventures, as well as angels, including founders from WIX, Quixey and ClarityRay.
PureWow, a digital media company specializing in women's lifestyle content, raised a $2.5 million seed round led by Pilot Group with participation by VaynerRSE, Lerer Hippeau Ventures, Pritzker Group Venture Capital, Melo7Tech, Great Oaks Venture Capital, Galvanize, and individuals such as Joni Evans, Mary Wells Lawrence, Jean Chatzky, Whoopi Goldberg and Andy Dunn/
Cursive Labs, a venture studio/incubator, raised a $2.2 million Series A round from Crescent Ridge Partners Ventures, Wavemaker Partners, Howard Lindzon of Social Leverage, Keshif Ventures, Bootstrap Incubation and others.
InDemand Interpreting, a provider of Video Remote Interpreting and other language services to healthcare, raised $4 million from Health Enterprise Partners and Providence Ventures and $3 million in debt financing from Square One Bank.
Digit, a provider of an automated savings tool for consumers, raised an $11.3 million round led by General Catalyst Partners, along with Baseline Ventures and Google Ventures. Hans Morris and other individual investors also participated.
Artivest , a platform that connects private equity and hedge funds with investors, raised a $15 million round led by KKR, with RRE Ventures, Peter Thiel, Nyca Partners, Anthemis Group and FinTech Collective participating.
AltSchool, a network of micro-schools that offers personalized education for children, raised $100 million in a round led by Founders Fund and Andreessen Horowitz, along with Mark Zuckerberg, Priscilla Chan, Emerson Collective, First Round Capital, Learn Capital, John Doerr, Harrison Metal, Jonathan Sackler, Omidyar Network and Adrian Aoun.
Human resources software company Zenefits raised a $500 million Series C round led by Fidelity Management and Research Company and TPG, with Insight Venture Partners, Founders Fund, Khosla Ventures, Sound Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Institutional Venture Partners and Jared Leto participating.
Indian logistics company Delhivery raised an $85 million Series D round led by Tiger Global Management with participation from Multiples Alternate Asset Management, Nexus Venture Partners, and Times Internet Limited.
908 Devices, a provider of analytical devices for chemical analysis, raised $11.6 Million in Series C funding led by Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures, with ARCH Venture Partners, Razor’s Edge Ventures, University of Tokyo Edge Capital, Schlumberger and a number of new executive-level individual investors participating.
Affirm, a financial technology company, raised $275 million in debt and equity financing. Spark Capital Growth led the round and was joined by Jefferies, Andreessen Horowitz, Khosla Ventures and Lightspeed Venture Partners.
Zanbato, a financial technology company, raised $8 million in Series B funding led by Accelerate-IT Ventures, with participation from Formation 8 and several prominent families and venture capitalists.
SessionM, a loyalty and engagement solution, raised a $12 million round led by Causeway Media Partners, with NTT Docomo Capital, Commerce Ventures, Highland Capital Partners, Charles River Ventures and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers participating,
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