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HealthVerity raised $100M; Babson Diagnostics landed $31M; Pathpoint secured $30M
4G Clinical: 4G Clinical is a Wellesley, Ma.-based company that creates software to run the back-end of clinical trials. 4G Clinical has raised more than $200 million in a new growth equity round led by Goldman Sachs. Read more
ShipBob: ShipBob is a Chicago-based company that has built an operation and tech platform that works with some 5,000 e-commerce businesses to run shipping and logistics like their bigger rivals. ShipBob has raised $200 million in Series E funding. Bain Capital Ventures led the round, joined by new and earlier backers, including SoftBank, Menlo Ventures, Hyde Park Venture Partners, Hyde Park Angels and Silicon Valley Bank. Read more
HealthVerity: HealthVerity is a Philadelphia, Pa.-based medical data marketplace. HealthVerity has raised $100 million in Series D funding led by Durable Capital Partners, with participation from Flare Capital Partners, Foresite Capital and Greycroft. Read more
Orum: Orum is a New York-based fintech whose products include a control center that directs which payment rails a transaction should travel on given a financial institution’s preferences for speed and cost. Orum has raised $56 million in Series B funding. Accel and Canapi Ventures co-led the round, joined by earlier backers Bain Capital Ventures, Inspired Capital, Homebrew, Acrew, Primary, Clocktower and Box Group. Read more
Babson Diagnostics: Babson Diagnostics is a Austin, Tex.-based diagnostic blood testing company. Babson Diagnostics has raised $31 million in Series B funding led by Emerald Development Managers, with participation from earlier investors Siemens Healthineers, Prism Ventures, and Lago Consulting Group. Read more
Bowery Valuation: Bowery Valuation is a New York-based commercial real estate appraisal startup. Bowery Valuation has raised $35 million in Series B funding. Goldman Sachs led the round, joined by Capital One Ventures and earlier backers Builders VC, Fika Ventures, Navitas Capital, Camber Creek, Nine Four Ventures, Greenspring Associates and Alpaca VC. Read more
Wellthy: Wellthy is a New York-based family care concierge service that aims to help families managing complex or ongoing care situations. Wellthy has raised $35 million in Series B funding. Rethink Impact led the round, joined by Hearst, Polaris Partners and Eldridge. Read more
Kikoff: Kikoff is a San Francisco-based online lender positioning itself as a credit-building platform for millennials and Gen Z. Kikoff has raised $30 million in Series B funding led by Portage Ventures. Read more
Pathpoint: Pathpoint is San Francisco based digital E&S insurance market distributor. Pathpoint has raised $30 million in Series A financing. Investors include Caffeinated Capital, SciFi VC, Founders Fund, Chubb and Hiscox. Read more
Forum Brands: Forum Brands is a New York-based company looking to roll up third party sellers on Amazon. Forum Brands has raised $27 million in funding led by Norwest Venture Partners, with participation from earlier backers NFX and Concrete Rose. Read more
Worldcoin: Worldcoin is a San Francisco-based startup that wants to give its users a type of cryptocurrency in exchange for allowing the outfit to scan their eyeballs and construct a unique personal identifier. Worldcoin has raised $25 million in funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Coinbase Ventures, LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman and Day One Ventures. Read more
Soft Robotics: Soft Robotics is a Bedford, Ma.-based company that designs and builds automated picking machines using proprietary soft robotic grippers and 3D machine perception. Soft Robotics has raised $10 million in extended Series B funding. Material Impact, Scale Venture Partners and Calibrate Ventures led the newest tranche, joined by earlier backers Tekfen Ventures and industrial robotics giant ABB. Read more
Givingli: Givingli is a L.A.-based gifting app centered around digital greetings. Givingli has raised $3 million in seed funding led by Seven Seven Six, with participation from Snap’s Yellow Accelerator and Pipe Co-CEO and co-founder Harry Hurst. Read more
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