Daily funding roundup - April 15th, 2019

Kristin Karaoglu · April 15, 2019 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/4db2

Blume raised $3.3M; Talentuno Landed $4.5M; MyVillage secured $6M; Splitty closed $6.75M

Keeper: Keeper monitors gig workers’ expenses all year in search of possible tax deductions on their behalf. Keeper just raised $1.65 million at a $10 million post-money valuation led by Matrix Partners. Read more

Blume: Blume is an organic feminine hygiene subscription box service. Blume has raised $3.3 million in funding led by Felicis Ventures, with participation from Victress Capital. Read more

Tripoto: Tripoto is a Social platform to share and discover amazing travel experiences. Tripoto has raised $3.6 million in funding, including from Hornbill Orchid India Fund, Orchid India, 3one4 Capital, Chiratae Ventures, and Lasmer NV. Read more

Talentuno: Talentuno is a recruitment crowdsourcing platform transforming the way people find jobs and companies find talent through personal networks. Talentuno has raised $4.5 million in funding co-led by Hiventures Ventures Fund Management  and Bonitás Venture Capital Fund Management. Read more

MyVillage: MyVillage is building a childcare system that works with a community of high-quality in-home childcare programs. MyVillage has raised $6 million in seed funding. Investors include Acumen, Better Ventures, and the Atlassian Foundation, among others. Read more  

Splitty: Splitty is the world's first online hotel booking platform that lets people take advantage of amazing deals. Splitty has raised $6.75 million in Series A funding. Fosun RZ Capital, Fosun International‘s VC investment arm, led the round. Other investors include 2bAngels, Techstars Ventures, Cockpit Innovation and 11-11 Ventures. Read more  

Medbelle: Medbelle is the first digital hospital. As an end-to-end platform for medical procedures, Medbelle enables a frictionless treatment experience for patients. Medbelle has raised $7 million in Series A funding. German health insurer Signal Iduna led the round; other participants include Talis Capital, Mutschler Ventures, IBB and Cavalry Ventures. Read more

3DSignals: 3Dsignals Asset Performance Monitoring solution collects and transforms high-resolution acoustic data into invaluable operational insights. 3Dsignals has raised $12 million in Series A funding. State of Mind Ventures led the round, other investors include Grove Ventures and German Dive Digital. Read more

Dote: Dote is a mobile shopping startup. Dote has raised $12 million in funding led by Goodwater Capital, with participation from earlier backers Lightspeed Venture Partners and Harrison Metal. Read more

Amenity Analytics: Amenity Analytics has built a leading edge text analytics platform that allows customers to identify actionable signals from unstructured data. Amenity Analytics has raised $18 million in Series B funding led by Starr Companies. Other participants in the round include Allstate, Intel Capital, and State of Mind Ventures. Read more  

BacklotCars: BacklotCars is a leading online marketplace for auto dealers. BacklotCars has raised $25 million in Series B funding led by Stripes. Earlier backers also joined the round. These include Origin Ventures, Pritzker Group Venture Capital, Revolution's Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, Royal Street Ventures, KCRise Fund, and Chaifetz Group. Read more

Hireology: Hireology is a staffing and hiring platform for the franchise and retail-automotive industries. Hireology has raised $27 million in Series B funding. Blue Cloud Ventures led the round; other participants include Bain Capital Ventures, Baird Venture Partners and SVB. Read more

Ro: Ro is a mission-driven healthcare technology company that handles everything from online diagnosis to the delivery of medication. Ro has raised $85 million in Series B funding. 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.

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Family in-home childcare startup MyVillage was founded by two working moms and serial entrepreneurs who refuse to accept the status quo of childcare in the United States.

With more than 51 percent of Americans living in a "childcare desert" where kids drastically outnumber quality, licensed providers, MyVillage is the only company of its kind with a solution that empowers Main Street America's parents, families, and educators by providing exceptional care at an affordable price.

Founded in 2017 and operating in Colorado and Montana with plans for national growth, MyVillage is a Frontiers of Innovation partner at the Center for the Developing Child at Harvard, leveraging the knowledge of early childhood experts to provide 10 child-led, research-backed curricula to all MyVillage educators. MyVillage is a technology-enabled company that is creating a real, authentic community to ensure high quality childcare and continuing education for providers. The company harnesses its strong community of Educators and Mentors to support one another while also providing formal learning opportunities with top academics and researchers in the field of early childhood education.

MyVillage Educators receive front- and back-office tools like accounting, marketing and scheduling to make it easy to launch and run a program. Personalized support and guidance from the nation’s best early childhood educators helps new providers along the way to becoming a licensed provider, increasing supply to meet demand. In just one year of operation, MyVillage has achieved higher than 98 percent customer satisfaction rating (NPS) from parents. In addition to helping Educators access marketing and technical support, MyVillage actively partners with the public sector to complement existing programs and standards with a shared goal of improving outcomes for the nation’s earliest learners.