Daily funding roundup - October 21th, 2020

Kristin Karaoglu · October 21, 2020 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/511c
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Kettle raised $4.7M; Pulley landed $10M; Secureframe secured $4.5M, Sym picks up a $9M

MindLabs: MindLabs is a London-based startup whose mobile app will launch next year with live videos from mental health professionals to lead meditation and mindfulness sessions. MindLabs has raised £1.4 million (about $1.8 million) in pre-seed investment led by Passion Capital. Other participants in the round include SeedCamp and several founders of British consumer tech startups. Read more

Secureframe: Secureframe is a San Francisco-based startup that helps businesses get and maintain their SOC 2 and ISO 27001 certifications. Secureframe has raised $4.5 million in funding. The round was co-led by Base10 Partners and Gradient Ventures, with added participation from BoxGroup, Village Global, Soma Capital, Liquid2, Chapter One, Worklife Ventures, and Backend Capital. Read more

Slintel: Slintel is a Mountain View, Ca-based sales and marketing intelligence platform. Slintel has raised $4.2 million in funding. Accel led the round, joined by Sequoia Capital India and Stellaris Venture Partners. Read more

Vowel: Vowel is a New York-based meeting platform for remote and distributed teams. Vowel raised $4.3 million in seed funding from Amity Ventures, BoxGroup, Company Ventures, and Twitch cofounder Kevin Lin. Read more

Kettle: Kettle is a San Francisco-based reinsurance startup focused on climate change. Kettle has raised $4.7 million in seed funding. True Ventures led the round, joined by Acrew Capital, Homebrew Ventures, Anthemis, and Inspired Capital. Read more

Budderfly: Budderfly is a Shelton, Ct.-based energy efficiency-as-a-service company. Budderfly has raised $7.8 million in funding co-led by Edison Partners and Balance Point Capital, with additional participation from Connecticut Innovations. Read more 

Mine: Mine is a Tel Aviv, Israel-based company focused on personal data privacy risks. Mine has raised $9.5 million in Series A funding. Gradient Ventures led the round, joined by e.ventures, MassMutual Ventures, Battery Ventures and Saban Ventures. Read more

Sym: Sym is a San Francisco-based platform that makes it easier for developers to integrate security and privacy workflows into their process. Sym has raised a $9 million in Series A funding led by Amplify Partners. Read more  

Pulley: Pulley is a Mountain View, Ca.-based maker of cap table management software aims to solve that same problem. Pulley raised $10 million toward that end led by the payments company Stripe, with participation from Caffeinated Capital, General Catalyst, 8VC and numerous angel investors. Read more 

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Kristin Karaoglu

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