Daily Funding Roundup


Daily funding roundup - September 17th, 2018

ZenLedger raised $1.5M, Emplify raised $7.5M, Apprentice.io raised $8M, Setoo raised $9.3M

Innovation series by Kristin Karaoglu
September 17, 2018
Short URL: http://vator.tv/n/4c22

ZenLedger: Built by industry veterans in technology, finance, and accounting, ZenLedger.io allows you to import transactions, calculate gains and income, and prepare your tax returns.Using ZenLedger, cryptocurrency investors can manage their portfolio, generate profit loss statements, file their taxes, and avoid IRS audits. ZenLedger raises $1.5 million in venture capital funding. Read more »

Emplify: Emplify is on a mission to help one million employees do the best work of their careers. Giving organizations a way to unlock the potential of their people, Emplify’s Insights™ framework distills culture and feedback into employee analytics that enable leaders to make better data-driven decisions. Emplify raises $7.5 million round of financing. Read more »

Apprentice.io: Apprentice.io is the leading enterprise augmented reality (AR) provider for all lab, line and suite environments, with extensive specialization in pharma and biotech industries. The company developed and globally deployed the first conversational, industry-compliant augmented reality (AR) and artificial intelligence (AI) platform. NJ startup raises $8 million Series A funding.

Setoo: Setoo helps businesses create tailored micro-protection products in minutes to ensure a great customer experience. The Setoo fully automated SaaS platform enables e-businesses to build precise and tailor-made protection products that deliver exceptional customer experience and generate new revenue streams. Setoo closes $9.3M Series A from Kamet. Read more »

MIACH Orthopaedics: MIACH is a privately held company located in Boston, Massachusetts, dedicated to developing bio-engineered surgical implants for connective tissue repair, with initial focus on Bridge-Enhanced™ ACL Repair (BEAR™). MIACH has raised $22.5 million in Series A financing. Amzak Health Investors and DSM Venturing led the round, with participation from the NFL Players Association, among others. Read more »

Blippar: Blippar is a technology company specializing in augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and computer vision. Since its foundation in 2011, Blippar has been developing world-leading augmented reality and showcasing it through the Blippar app, the first augmented reality browser. This laid the foundation for an entire ecosystem that it has now built around these technologies which includes different products from Computer Vision APIs to self-service AR creation and publishing tools. Blippar has today announced the close of a $37 million financing led by Candy Ventures and Qualcomm Ventures. Read more »

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