Daily funding roundup - August 6th, 2021

Kristin Karaoglu · August 6, 2021 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/52d3

Vera Whole Health raised $50M; Sirona Medical landed $22.5M;Verifiable secured $17M

Bluecore: Bluecore an eight-year-old, New York-based startup focused on marketing tech for retailers. Bluecore, has raised $125 million in Series E funding valuing it at $1 billion. Georgian Partners led the round, joined by FirstMark, Norwest, and Silver Lake Waterman. Read more

Vera Whole Health: Vera Whole Health is a Seattle-based start-up that is pioneering a new, subscription-type model for employee healthcare. Vera Whole Health has raised $50 million in funding from JPMorgan, which will begin offering Vera’s services to its employees during benefits enrollment season this fall. Read more 

Sirona Medical: Sirona Medical is a San Francisco-based cloud-based radiology operating system that aims to unify existing applications and simplify workflows. Sirona Medical has raised $22.5 million in Series A funding led by 8VC. Read more

Verifiable: Verifiable is a Austin, Tex.-based API platform that automates primary source verifications to streamline healthcare provider credentialing. Verifiable has raised $17 million in Series A funding led by the Altman brothers (Sam, Jack, Max), with participation from Craft Ventures and a group of individual investors, including Flexport’s Ryan Petersen, Rippling’s Parker Conrad, and Front’s Mathilde Collin, among others. Read more

Polywork: Polywork is a New York-based professional social network. Polywork has raised $13 million in Series A funding. Andreessen Horowitz led the round, joined by Caffeinated Capital, Goldcrest Capital, Bungalow Capital, 20VC, Elad Gil, Nat Friedman, Anthony Pompliano, and Ari Emanuel. Read more

Statsig: Statsig is a Seattle-based testing platform founded by eight former Facebook colleagues. Statsig raised $10.4 million in Series A funding. Sequoia Capital led the round, joined by Madrona Venture Group, among others. Read more

Zeroheight: Zeroheight is a London-based startup that says it's providing a central place to document and manage UX components so that design teams can speed up the UX delivery process. Zeroheight has raised $10 million in Series A funding led by Tribe Capital, with participation from Adobe, Y Combinator, FundersClub and Expa, as well numerous notable individual investors like GitHub cofounder Tom Preston-Werner. Read more

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