Daily funding roundup - March 24th, 2020

Kristin Karaoglu · March 24, 2021 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/520c

Ginger raised $100M; Pacaso landed $75M; Ketch secured $23M; Kubecost picks up $5.5M

Feedzai: Feedzai is a San Mateo, Ca.-based data science company that prevents, detects, and remediates fraud risk for financial institutions. Feedzai has raised $200 million in Series D funding at a valuation north of $1 billion. KKR led the round, joined by earlier investors Sapphire Ventures and Citi Ventures. Read more

Dataminr: Dataminr is a New York-based real-time information platform that ingests information from a wide variety of data sources to help enterprises and law enforcement agencies track safety threats, reputation risk, and cyber threats. Dataminr just closed on $475 million in funding. Investors in the round include Eldridge, Valor Equity Partners, MSD Capital, Reinvent Capital, ArrowMark Partners, IVP, Eden Global and investment funds managed by Morgan Stanley Tactical Value. Read more  

Fourkites: Fourkites is a Chicago-based supply chain visibility platform. Fourkites has raised $100 million in Series D funding led by Thomas H. Lee Partners. Other backers in the round include Qualcomm Ventures, Volvo, Zebra Technologies and a long list of earlier backers. Read more

Ginger: Ginger is a San Francisco-based provider of on-demand online mental health services. Ginger has raised $100 million in Series E funding led by Blackstone Growth, which was joined by a long line of earlier investors. Read more

Pacaso: Pacaso is a San Francisco-based second home ownership platform. Pacaso has already raised $75 million in Series B funding. Greycroft and Global Founders Fund co-led the round, joined by Acrew Capital, First American Financial, Shea Ventures and Amazon’s Jeff Wilke. Read more

AKASA: AKASA is a South San Francisco based revenue cycle management company in healthcare. AKASA announced it has raised $60 million in its series B round of funding. BOND led the series B round and Noah Knauf, general partner at BOND, will join the company’s Board.  Existing investors Andreessen Horowitz (a16z) and Costanoa Ventures, among others, are also participating in the round. Read more

Asher Bio: Asher Bio is a South San Francisco-based developer of targeted immunotherapies for cancer. Asher Bio has raised $55 million in Series A funding. Third Rock Ventures led the round, joined by Boxer Capital, Invus, MBC Biolabs and Y Combinator. Read more

Neighbor: Neighbor is a Lehi, Utah-based peer-to-peer self-storage marketplace. Neighbor has raised $53 million in Series B funding led by Fifth Wall Ventures. DoorDash founder Tony Xu, StockX CEO Scott Cutler and earlier investor Andreessen Horowitz also joined the round. Read more

Rec Room: Rec Room is a Seattle-based gaming platform that was focused on virtual reality at its outset but later embraced traditional game consoles, PC and mobile, has raised $100 million in fresh funding from Sequoia Capital and Index Ventures, along with added participation from Madrona Venture Group. Read more

Chord: Chord is a New York-based company that began life as a beauty brand incubator but has now pivoted to focus on provided other brands with commerce as a service. Chord has raised $18 million in Series A funding led by Eclipse Ventures. Read more

Feedback Loop: Feedback Loop is a  New York-based real-time user feedback platform for enterprises. Feedback Loop has raised $14 million in extended Series A funding led by Crosslink Capital, with participation from Spider Capital. The round now stands at $24 million altogether. Read more 

Ketch: Ketch is a San Francisco-based startup aiming to help businesses navigate the increasingly complex world of online privacy regulation and data compliance. Ketch has raised $23 million in Series A funding from CRV, super{set}, Ridge Ventures, Acrew Capital and Silicon Valley Bank. Read more  

AnyRoad: AnyRoad is a San Francisco-based "experience relationship management startup" platform that helps brands create, manage, and measure customer experiences. AnyRoad has raised $10 million in Series A-1 funding co-led by Andreessen Horowitz and Runa Capital, with participation from Rally Ventures, Precursor Ventures and Day One Ventures. Read more

Pison Technology: Pison Technology is a Boston-based applied nerve sensing and AI insights platform. Pison Technology has raised $7 million in Series A funding. Lavrock Ventures led the round, joined by Bose Ventures, In-Q-Tel and Decisive Point. Read more 

Kubecost: Kubecost is a San Francisco-based cloud-spend management company. Kubecost has raised $5.5 million in funding led by First Round Capital, which participation from Afore Capital and numerous individual investors. Read more

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