Daily funding roundup - July 2nd, 2021

Kristin Karaoglu · July 2, 2021 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/529f

Olive raised $400M; Shogun landed $67.5M; Physna secured $56M; Singularity 6 picks up $30M

Olive: Olive is a Columbus, Oh.-based developer of health care services bots. Olive has raised $400 million in fresh funding co-led by Vista Equity Partners and Base10 Partners, with participation from Tiger Global.  Read more

ServiceTitan: ServiceTitan is a L.A.-based that makes management software for all sorts of tradespeople. ServiceTitan has raised $200 million in Series G funding led by Thoma Bravo. Read more

Shogun: Shogun is a Palo Alto, Ca.-based platform that helps e-commerce businesses of all sizes easily design and run their own storefronts. Shogun has raised $67.5 million in Series C funding led by Insight Partners, with participation from Initialized Capital, Accel and VMG Partners. Read more 

Physna: Physna is a Columbus, Oh.-based geometric deep-learning and 3D search company that searches, compares, and analyzes 3D models. Physna has raised $56 million in fresh funding led by Tiger Global, with participation from Sequoia Capital and GV. Read more 

Entera: Entera is a New York-based platform for single-family property investors. Entera has raised $32 million in Series A funding. Goldman Sachs led the round, joined by earlier investors Bullpen Capital, Craft Ventures and Valuestream Ventures. Read more

Singularity 6: Singularity 6 is a L.A.-based online game studio. Singularity 6 has raised $30 million in Series B funding. FunPlus Ventures led the round, joined by Transcend, Anthos Capital, longtime Benchmark investor Mitch Lasky and earlier investors  Andreessen Horowitz and Lightspeed Venture Partners. Read more

Karat Financial: Karat Financial is a L.A.-based startup that's building financial products for digital creators and influencers who may be raking in cash but don't have credit history. Karat Financial, has raised $26 million in Series A funding led by Union Square Ventures, with participation from GGV Capital and SignalFire. Read more

Microverse: Microverse is a  Bay Area-based online coding school that gets paid through income-share agreements with its students. Microverse has raised $12.5 million in Series A funding. Northzone led the round, joined by General Catalyst and All Iron Ventures. Read more

Traptic: Traptic is a Sunnyvale, Ca.-based maker of strawberry picking robots. Traptic says it has raised $8.4 million in funding over several, previously undisclosed rounds, including from Collaborative Fund, Homebrew Ventures and K9 Ventures. Read more

Ridepanda: Ridepanda is a San Francisco-based electric micro-mobility dealership. Ridepanda has raised $3.75 million co-led by Porsche Ventures, Yamaha Motor Ventures and Proeza Ventures. Read more

If you are interested in being included in our funding roundup, submit your press release or blog post about your financing round to kristin@vator.tv. If you want a longer write-up, please do give us a couple of days heads up. If you'd like to be included in our Today's Entrepreneur column, please send me your Vator profile. 

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