Daily funding roundup - January 30th, 2020

Kristin Karaoglu · January 30, 2020 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/4f82

Maze raised $2M; Vero Leasing closed $3.2M; Coda landed $4M; Haus picks up $4.5M

 

Maze: Maze is a usability testing startup. Maze has raised $2 million in funding led by Amplify Partners, with participation from previous backers Seedcamp and Partech. Read more

Vero Leasing: Vero Leasing is making residential leasing software. Vero Leasing has raised $3.2 million in seed funding from Builders VC, Bienville Capital, and Cogito Ventures.  

Coda: Coda is a mobile games platform that aims to simplify the commercialization of mobile games. Coda has raised $4 million in seed funding led by London Venture Partners. Read more

Haus: Haus is a direct-to-consumer alcohol subscription service that promises members healthier ingredients and less alcohol. Haus has raised $4.5 million in seed funding from more than 10 funds and 100 individual investors, including Haystack, Shrug Capital, and Resolute Venture Partners. Read more 

CloudTrucks: CloudTrucks aims to reduce operating costs for truck drivers and improve revenue, cash-flow and costs. CloudTrucks has raised $6.1 million in seed funding. Craft Ventures led the round, joined by Khosla Ventures, Kindred Ventures, and Abstract Ventures. Founder Tobenna Arodiogbu previously sold the autonomous driving startup Scotty Labs to DoorDash. Read more

Medloop: Medloop offers patients self-service features in an app that enables them to navigate their online appointment bookings, electronic medical results, prescription refills, and to chat in-app with healthcare providers. Medloop has raised €6 million from Kamet Ventures and AXA. Read more

SeaLights: SeaLights is an intelligence platform for software development. SeaLights has raised $8.6 million in funding led by Cisco, with participation from Wipro Ventures. Read more

Gabi: Gabi is an insurance marketplace that makes money when a user chooses a plan via its platform. Gabi has raised $27 million in Series B funding led Mubadala Capital, with participation from earlier investor Canvas Ventures. Read more  

Mammoth Biosciences: Mammoth Biosciences is one of the world’s first CRISPR-based disease detection platforms. Mammoth Biosciences has raised $45 million in Series B funding led by Decheng Capital, with participation from Mayfield, NFX, Verily, Brook Byers, Plum Alley, Pacific 8, aMoon, and others. Read more

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