Doctor On Demand, Softbank, Namely, Mezaaj, Are You A Human, Framebridge, Spacious, MentAd, GoFundMe
Brightwheel, a provider of a mobile SAAS platform for early education providers, raised $2.2 million in a seed round led by RRE Ventures and Eniac Ventures with participation from CrossLink Capital, Golden Venture Partners, Red Swan Ventures and Sherpa Ventures.
Logicserve Technologies, which owns and operates coupon provider Couponraja.in and price comparison site CompareRaja.in, raised $500,000 (Rs 3 crore) from Mahesh Pratapneni, Pallab Chatterjee and a bunch of unnamed investors.
Cupick, a platform for visual artists to showcase, share and sell their work, raised a $120,000 seed round of funding from angel investors from the United States and India, including JKN Partners, JK Patel, Sushil Agarwal, Kalpesh Shethia, Rajeev Mudumba, Dinesh Tadepalli and Sudheshna Vuppala.
Fetch Robotics, a builder of robot systems for the logistics industry, raised $20 million in a Series A round was led by SoftBank Group US, with participation from O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures and Shasta Ventures.
Connectifier, a provider of search powered recruiting software, raised a $6 million Series A funding round led by True Ventures, with participation from Galeo Ventures, Okapi Ventures, and angel investors including Sean Ellis, Andrew Chen, Jonathan Downey, and James Hong.
Zymergen, which uses microbes to manufacture high-value chemicals and new materials, raised $44 million in a Series A round led by Data Collective with participation from AME Cloud Ventures, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, HVF, Innovation Endeavors, Obvious Ventures, True Ventures and Two Sigma Ventures.
Actility, a provider of managed information systems for the IoT, raised $25 million in a round led by Ginko Ventures with participation from KPN, Orange, Swisscom, Foxconn, Fonds Ecotechnologies, Idinvest Partners, and Truffle Capital.
Gracious Eloise, a personalization technology company, raised a $3 million Series A round from BBG Ventures, Broadway Angels, Female Founders Fund, Great Oaks Venture Capital, Montage Ventures and Valley Girl Ventures, as well as existing investors.
Sense.ly, a virtual nurse platform for patient engagement and chronic disease monitoring, raised $2.2 million in a Series A round of funding, with investors including Launchpad Digital Health, Fenox Venture Capital, and TA Ventures.
Mayvenn, which helps beauticians sell hair extensions and other products, raised $10 million in a round led by Andreessen Horowitz, along with Trinity Ventures, Core Innovation Capital, Cross Culture Ventures, Impact America, and individual investors including Jimmy Iovine, Serena Williams and Steve Stoute.
Namely, a provider of a cloud-based package of human resource apps, raised a $45 million round led by Sequoia Capital, with Matrix Partners, True Ventures, Lerer Hippeau Ventures, and Greenspring Global Partners also participating.
Telemedicine service Doctor On Demand raised a $50 million round led by Tenaya Capital and included Qualcomm Ventures, Dignity Health, Anne Wojcicki, Venrock, Shasta Ventures, Sir Richard Branson, and other growth stage firms.
Total Dental Care, which runs dental care chain under the MyDentist brand, raised Rs 50 crore (around $8 million) in its Series C round of funding led by LGT Group. Asian Healthcare Fund and SeedFund also participated.
Convene, a network of urban meeting centers and integrated workplace amenity services, raised $15.5 million in a Series B round was led by Conversion Venture Capital, with participation from Boathouse Capital.
Neuravi, a company dedicated to improving clinical outcomes for stroke patients, raised a €19 million ($21 million) Series B round led by Life Sciences Partners, with participation from Fountain Healthcare Partners, Delta Partners and the Western Development Commission.
Mapbox, a developer of customizable maps used by third-party apps, raised $52.55 million in a Series B round of funding led by DFJ Growth with participation from Foundry Group. DBL Partners, Thrive Capital, the Pritzker Group, Jon Winkelried and Promus Ventures.
Philo, a next-generation TV platform, raised $10 million in a Series B round led by Series A led by New Enterprise Associates (with participation from CBC New Media Group, HBO, Rho Ventures, XFUND and Andrew McCollum.
Tamr, a data analytics business, raised $25.2 million in Series B funding from Hewlett-Packard Ventures, Thomson Reuters, MassMutual Ventures, Sinewave Ventures, Work-Bench Ventures, New Enterprise Associates and Google Ventures.
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Cupick is a platform for visual artists to showcase, share and sell their work on various mediums such as t-shirts, posters, art prints, canvases and cards.
Artists can upload their work, choose products to sell on and set their own prices. Cupick handles the printing, shipping, payments and customer service allowing artists to focus on doing what they do best; creating.