Harrison.ai raised $92.3 million USD, Droplette secured $15.4M,Read more...
Firefly Health raises $10.2M; FOSSA landed $8.5M; Rafay Systems closed $8M
Mitto: Mitto is a debit card and app for teens. Mitto has raised €2 million in seed funding led by the venture of Banco Sabadell, with participation from Athos Capital and as least two Spanish social media influencers. Read more
Tiny Organics: Tiny Organics is a baby wellness company. Tiny Organics has raised $2.5 million in venture funding led by Elizabeth Street Ventures, with participation from Rocana Ventures, Human Ventures, Chingona Ventures, Bonin Ventures, investor-entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk and fashion designer Liz Lange. Read more
Wallit: Wallit is a rewards-based savings app for families. Wallit has raised $2.6 million in seed round funding, including from BlueIO, Mendoza Ventures, BoxOne Ventures, and the Maine Technology Institute. Read more
Kambr: Kambr wants to sell airlines revenue management software so they can better compete with online travel giants like Expedia. Kambr has raised $4 million in seed funding. Its backers include Founder Collective, Global Founders Capital, Studio VC, Silicon Badia, C2 Ventures Capital Partners, and TXV Partners. Read more
Rafay Systems: Rafay Systems a SaaS startup for operations and lifecycle management of containerized applications. Rafay Systems has raised $8 million in Series A funding led by Ridge Ventures, with participation from NTT DOCOMO, Costanoa Ventures, and Moment Ventures. Read more
FOSSA: FOSSA helps enterprises manage open-source licenses. FOSSA has raised $8.5 million in Series A funding. Bain Capital Ventures and Costanoa Ventures co-led the round, joined by Norwest Venture Partners. Read more
Firefly Health: Firefly marries sophisticated technology with a thoughtful care team experience for continuous, intelligent care that changes behavior and drives value. Firefly Health has raised $10.2 million in a Series A funding round led by F-Prime Capital and Oak HC/FT. This brings its total funding to $14 million; previous investors included athenahealth Co-founder and former Chief Executive Officer, Jonathan Bush, MaC Ventures and Senator William Frist. Read more
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