Daily funding roundup - June 15th, 2020

Kristin Karaoglu · June 16, 2020 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/5065

Quolum raised $2.8M; SuperAnnotate landed $3M; Lane picks up $10M; Binah.ai secured $13.5M

Unum ID: Unum ID creates a single customer identity that can be shared across all business units and even across companies. Unum ID has raised $2 million in seed funding led by Draper Associates, with participation from earlier backer Samsung NEXT. Read more

Quolum: Quolum is helping its customers help track their SaaS spend. Quolum has raised $2.8 million in seed funding, including from Sequoia Capital and Nexus Venture Partners. Read more

Codi: Codi turns homes into co-working spaces. Codi has raised $2.9 million in funding, per an SEC filing first flagged by Fortune. The company previously raised from investors including NFX. Read more 

SuperAnnotate: SuperAnnotate is an AI-powered annotation platform for data scientists. SuperAnnotate has raised $3 million in seed funding. Point Nine Capital led the round, joined by Runa Capital and Fathom Capital. Previous investors Berkeley SkyDeck Fund and Plug and Play Ventures also participated. Read more

Trade Hounds: Trade Hounds is a mobile app connecting trade workers to job-related discussions and employment opportunities. Trade Hounds has raised $3.2 million in seed funding. Corigin Ventures and Brick & Mortar Ventures co-led the round, joined by Suffolk Construction and CCS Construction Staffing. Read more 

Noteable: Noteable is a  collaborative notebook platform for teams. Noteable has raised more than $4 million from Wing VC among others, per an SEC filing flagged by Axios. The firm's CEO, Michelle (Fehling) Ufford, was formerly an engineering manager at Netflix and GoDaddy. Read more 

Lane: Lane is a  workplace experience platform. Lane has raised C$10 million in Series A funding. Round13 Capital led the round, joined by Alate Partners and Panache Ventures. Read more 

Binah.ai: Binah.ai is an AI-powered video-based monitoring tool. Binah.ai raised $13.5 million in a Series B round led by Maverick Ventures Israel, along with previous investors Esplanade Ventures, Sompo International, GiTV and iAngels. Read more

Cue Health: Cue Health is a healthcare technology company that manufactures medical diagnostic products for use in home and clinical settings. Cue Health has raised $100 million in new capital from Decheng Capital, Foresite Capital, Madrone Capital Partners, Johnson & Johnson Innovation, ACME Capital and other investment firms. Read more

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