Daily funding roundup - July 16th, 2021

Kristin Karaoglu · July 16, 2021 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/52b5
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Shopmonkey raised $75M; Daloopa landed $20M; Stemson Therapeutics secured $15M; Halla picks up $4.5M

Netradyne: Netradyne is a San Diego-based startup that uses cameras and edge computing to improve commercial driver safety. Netradyne has raised $150 million in Series C funding. SoftBank Vision Fund 2 led the round, joined by Point72 Ventures and M12. Read more

Shopmonkey: Shopmonkey is a San Jose, Ca.-based maker of process management software designed for auto repair shops. Shopmonkey has raised $75 million in Series C funding. Bessemer Venture Partners and Index Ventures co-led the round, joined by Iconiq Growth and earlier backers Headline and I2BF. Read more

Daloopa: Daloopa is a New York-based startup that's developing data extraction tech for financial institutions. Daloopa has raised $20 million in Series A funding led by Credit Suisse Asset Management. Read more

Stemson Therapeutics: Stemson Therapeutics is a San Diego-based startup aiming to create a hair loss treatment that makes net-new hair follicles. Stemson Therapeutics has raised $15 million in Series A funding. DCVC led, and was joined by AbbVie Ventures and Genoa Ventures. Read more

Verve Motion: Verve Motion is a Cambridge, Ma.-based developer of exo-suits for grocery workers (to prevent back injuries, among other things). Verve Motion raised $15 million in Series A funding. Construct Capital led the round, joined by Founder Collective, Pillar VC, Safar Partners and OUP. Read more

Play2Pay: Play2Pay is a Miami, Fla.-based bill payment startup. Play2Pay has raised $13 million in Series A funding led by Telesoft Partners, with participation from Harbor Spring Capital and numerous individual investors. Read more

Halla: Halla is a New York-based startup that says its "taste intelligence" tech can accurately predict shopper intent and recommend the grocery item a person will want to buy. Halla has $4.5 million in funding from Food Retail Ventures. Read more

Yummy: Yummy is a San Francisco-based delivery app on a mission to create the super app for Venezuela. Yummy has raised $4 million in funding to expand its dark store delivery operations across Latin America. Funding backers included Y Combinator, Tinder co-founder Justin Mateen, Canary, Hustle Fund, Necessary Ventures and the co-founders of TaskUs. Read more

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