Daily funding roundup - January 15th, 2021

Kristin Karaoglu · January 15, 2021 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/51ac
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HerdDogg raised $4M; Flockjay landed $11M; Carbyne secured $25M; Oqton picks up $40M

Humanz: Humanz is an Israel-based that's developing an AI platform that evaluates social media influencers to gauge their impact on the brand they share with their followers. Humanz has raised $3 million in seed funding co-led NGN Partners and the Buffett Group. Read more 

Kambr: Kambr is a Netherlands-based specialist in airline revenue management technology. Kambr has raised $3 million in seed funding from unnamed investors along with aviation industry veteran Michael Scheeringa. Read more 

HerdDogg: HerdDogg is an Ashland, Ore.-based animal traceability platform. HerdDogg has raised $4 million in Series A funding led by the Sheldon Group, with participation from Open Prairie Rural Opportunities Fund and earlier investors. Read more 

Swimm: Swimm is a Tel Aviv, Israel-based coding software startup. Swimm has raised $5.7 million in seed funding. Pitango led the round, joined by TAU Ventures, Axon Ventures and FundFire. Read more

Flockjay: Flockjay is a San Francisco-based tech sales training platform. Flockjay has raised $11 million in Series A funding. E.ventures led the round, joined by Lightspeed Venture Partners, Salesforce Ventures, Impact America, Cleo Capital, Coatue, and numerous individual investors, including actors Gabrielle Union and Will Smith and tennis star Serena Williams. Read more 

Own Up: Own Up is a Boston-based startup that functions as an adviser and marketplace for customers looking for mortgage financing. Own Up has raised $12 million led by Brand Foundry Ventures, with participation from Link Ventures, Listen Ventures and TechStars. Read more  

Carbyne: Carbyne is an Israel-based developer of a cloud platform for emergency services communications. Carbyne has raised $25 million in B1 funding co-led by Hanaco Ventures and Elsted Capital Partners, with participation from former general and CIA director David Petraeus, Founders Fund and FinTLV. Read more 

Oqton: Oqton is a San Francisco-based startup developing a factory operating system that integrates engineering software with manufacturing hardware. Oqton has raised more than $40 million in Series A funding from Fortino Capital, PMV and Sandvik. Read more 

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