The Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report 31819

first_img Whatfix $13.21M – Series B New York-based Stash is a New York-based digital investment platform. Founded by Brandon Krieg, David Ronick, Ed Robison, and Edward Robinson in 2015, Stash has raised $181.25M in total reported equity funding over seven rounds. San Francisco-based Branch is a new way to access credit over a smartphone in emerging markets. Founded by Daniel Jung, Matt Flannery, and Random Bares in 2015, Branch International has raised $139.2M in total reported equity funding over six rounds. San Francisco-based Determined AI is a machine learning tech company that revolutionizes the way deep models are trained and deployed. Founded by Ameet Talwalkar, Evan Sparks, and Neil Conway in 2017, Determined AI has raised $13.6M in total reported equity funding over two rounds. LaunchDarkly $44M – Series C Gilbert-based Offerpad is the leading on-demand, tech-enabled direct home buyer and seller. Founded by Brian Bair and Jerry Coleman in 2015, Offerpad has raised $645M in total reported equity funding over five rounds. Offerpad $565M – Series C San Francisco-based BlackBird makes flying more affordable than driving. Founded in 2016, BlackBird has raised $15.03M in total reported equity funding over two rounds. Determined AI $11M – Series A Artemis Health $25M – Series C Salt Lake City-based Artemis Health operates as a health data analytics company. Founded by Dallen Allred, Dallin Regehr, and Grant Gordon in 2013, Artemis Health has raised $83.82M in total reported equity funding over eight rounds. Branch International $60M – Series C Notable startup fundings for the week ending 3/16/19 featuring funding details for Tendermint Stash, Polarr, Offerpad, and much, much more…PREVIOUS POSTNEXT POST San Francisco-based Cloudflare is a web performance and security company that provides online services to protect and accelerate websites online. Founded by Lee Holloway, Matthew Prince, and Michelle Zatlyn in 2009, Cloudflare has raised $332.05M in total reported equity funding over six rounds. The Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report: 3/18/19 by AlleyWatch Cloudflare $150M – Series Ecenter_img San Jose-based Polarr develops and operates online photo-editing software. Founded by Borui Wang, Derek Yan, and Enhao Gong in 2014, Polarr has raised $13.5M in total reported equity funding over three rounds. 221SHARESFacebookTwitterLinkedin Oakland-based LaunchDarkly is a feature management platform that serves over 100 billion feature flags daily to help teams build better software, faster. Founded by Edith Harbaugh and John Kodumal in 2014, LaunchDarkly has raised $76.3M in total reported equity funding over four rounds. San Francisco-based Automation Hero combines RPA with AI to form an intelligent process automation platform to automate repetitive business processes. Founded by Stefan Groschupf in 2017, Automation Hero has raised $19M in total reported equity funding over two rounds. New York-based Newsela is an Instructional Content Platform that supercharges reading engagement and learning in every subject. Founded by Dan Cogan-Drew and Matthew Gross in 2012, Newsela has raised $72.16M in total reported equity funding over five rounds. Newsela $50M – Series C Tagged With: Artemis Health, Automation Hero, BlackBird, Branch International, Cloudflare, Determined AI, LaunchDarkly, Newsela, Offerpad, Polarr, Stash, Tendermint, Whatfix Sunnyvale-based Whatfix is a SaaS-based Performance Support platform, that helps enterprises and businesses simplify their onboarding, training, and support. Founded by Khadim Batti and Varakumar Namburu in 2013, Whatfix has raised $17.75M in total reported equity funding over six rounds. Stash $65M – Series E BlackBird $10M – Series A Automation Hero $14.5M – Series A Tendermint $9M – Series A Polarr $11.5M – Series A Berkeley-based Tendermint brings simplicity, security, and speed to the world’s blockchains. Founded by Ethan Buchman and Jae Kwon, Tendermint has raised $9M in total reported equity funding over two rounds. last_img read more

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