Daily funding roundup - October 10th, 2018

Kristin Karaoglu · October 10, 2018 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/4c55

Shujinko raised $2.8M; Accion Systems and Luminari raised $3M; Foundry College raised $6M

Shujinko: Shujinko develops various cloud solutions. Shujinko leverages it's proprietary construction engine that takes hundreds of components and configures them to be deployed into their customers cloud account. Shujinko has raised $2.8 million in seed funding from Unusual Ventures, Defy Ventures, Vulcan Capital, PSL Ventures and Vas Ventures. Read more

Accion Systems: Accion Systems is a provider of propulsion systems for satellites based on proprietary technology developed at MIT. Accion Systems has raised $3 million from Boeing’s HorizonX Ventures. Read more

Luminari: Luminari offers tools and solutions that focus on filtering CPA job opportunities according to their customers’ preferences. It provides its services to a selected group of job seekers who were selected according to their qualifications and skills. Luminari has raised $3 million in Series A funding, including from Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund and Hanover Partners. Read more

Foundry College: Foundry College equips working adults with the skills and knowledge they need to excel in jobs that aren’t being displaced by automation. Foundry College has raised $6 million in funding from Learn Capital. Read more

Skello: Skello makes schedule in a few clicks, communicate with teams and automatically process payroll. Skello calculates in real time the management indicators you need: Payroll, productivity, staff ratio. Skello has raised $6.9 million in funding from Aglaé Ventures, XAnge, Jean-Baptiste Rudelle and earlier investors. Read more

GoWork: GoWork is a social network for adequacy and search tailored to the requirements of business profiles and more. GoWork has raised $10 million in new capital led by Gobi Partners and The Paradise Group, a firm that operates commercial and residential properties. Read more

Nanoview Biosciences: Nanoview Biosciences is developing proprietary products that support research, translation and delivery of precision medicine. Nanoview has raised $10 million in Series B funding led by Northpond Ventures, with participation from Sands Capital Ventures and PBM Capital Group. Read more

If you are interested in being included in our funding roundup, submit your press release or blog post about your financing round to kristin@vator.tv. If you want a longer write-up, please do give us a couple days heads up. If you'd like to be included in our Today's Entrepreneur column, please send me your Vator profile.

Image source: mashable.com

Image Description

Kristin Karaoglu

Woman of many skills: Database System Engineer; SplashX event producer; Author of Startup Teams

All author posts

Read more from our "Daily Funding Roundup" series

More episodes