Daily funding roundup - November 5th, 2020

Kristin Karaoglu · November 5, 2020 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/5136
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Kobiton secured $14M; Ushur raised $16.5M; Voltus landed $25

Juggle: Juggle is a London-based online platform for companies to find, onboard, pay and manage flexible workers. Juggle has raised $2.1 million in funding from numerous angel investors, along with Oxford Capital, Social Capital and 7percent Ventures. Read more  

Chargery: Chargery is a Berlin, Germany-based startup focused on mobile charging, along with other infrastructure software, that it sells to shared mobility businesses. Chargery has raised 5 million euros led by Lead Ventures in Budapest, and the Helvetia Venture Fund of the Swiss insurance company Helvetia, which is an earlier investor the startup. Read more

Kobiton: Kobiton is a Atlanta, Ga.-based mobile testing platform that allows developers and QA teams to test their apps on both on their own desks and through the company’s cloud-based service. Kobiton has raised $14 million in extended Series A funding from Fulcrum Equity Partners and earlier backer BIP Capital. Read more

Vivid Money: Vivid Money is a Berlin, Germany-based mobile banking startup launched in June with backing from Russia's Tinkoff Bank. Vivid Money has raised $15 million in Series A funding led by Ribbit Capital. Read more

Koa Health: Koa Health is a Barcelona, Spain-based digital mental health care provider that spun out last month from a moonshot factory run by the telecommunications company Telefónica. Koa Health has raised $16.5 million in Series A funding from Ancora Finance Group and Wellington Partners. Read more

Ushur: Ushur is a  Santa Clara, Ca.-based micro-engagement SaaS platform for automating service workflows. Ushur has raised $25 million in Series B funding led by Third Point Ventures (the fund founded and led by activist investor and hedge fund manager Daniel Loeb), with previous investor 8VC also participating.  Read more

Voltus: Voltus is a San Francisco-based distributed energy resources platform. Voltus has raised $25 million in Series B funding. NGP Energy Technology Partners led the round, joined by earlier investors Prelude Ventures and Ajax Strategies.  Read more

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