Daily funding roundup - December 5th, 2019

Kristin Karaoglu · December 5, 2019 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/4f3f

Allstacks has raised $4.7M; Vertosa landed $6M; Uniform Teeth secured $10M

MeetFrank: MeetFrank's career app is helping to solve the mismatch problem with its new relocation without location feature. MeetFrank has raised €1.5M funding led by investors Karma.vc, Enern VC, Change Ventures, and Hummingbird. Read more

Allstacks: Allstacks aims to deliver insights that enable software managers to remove roadblocks and keep projects moving. Allstacks has raised $4.7 million in seed funding. Hyperplane VC led the round, with participation from Polaris Partners, Uncommon Denominator, Wildcat VC and previous investors S3 Ventures, Moneta Ventures and Bala Investments. Read more 

Skyports: Skyports wants to build landing pads (mini airports, basically) for air taxis. Skyports has raised £5.4 million in Series A funding. Deutsche Bahn Digital Ventures and Groupe ADP co-led the round, joined by earlier backer Levitate Capital. Read more

Vertosa: Vertosa is a developer of emulsion systems for cannabis-infused products. Vertosa has raised $6 million in seed funding co-led by AFI Capital Partners and Welcan Capital. Read more

Workona: Workona is a work management platform that allows users to access and manage resources across more than 75 popular cloud apps from a single unified system. Workonahas raised $6 million in seed funding round, led by K9 Ventures and August Capital, to accelerate its product development and user acquisition. Read more

Uniform Teeth: Uniform Teeth makes invisible aligners for teeth straightening after connecting its patient customers with licensed orthodontists at brick-and-mortar locations. Uniform Teeth has raised $10 million in Series A funding. Canaan led the round Other participants include Lerer Hippeau, Refactor and Slow Ventures. Read more

Otis: Otis lets people invest in art, sneakers and other collectibles. Otis raised $11 million in Series A funding led by Maveron. Read more

Vroom: Vroom is an online service for consumers to buy and sell used vehicles. Vroom announced a $254 million round of new funding, led by Durable Capital Partners, bringing its total amount raised to $721 million. Read more

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

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