IN on DECK – Early stage deals are closing!

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Today we focus on business & investors that are moving forward to deals that are closing!

• WeWork, a New York City-based provider of co-working spaces, could receive more than $1 billion in funding from SoftBank Group‘s (TSE:9984) $100 billion technology fund, according to a report by the WSJ. WeWork is valued at $17 billion.

•  SoundHound, a Santa Clara, Calif.-based search technology company, raised $75 million in Series D funding. Investors include Global Catalyst Partners, Walden Venture Capital, Translink Capital Partners, KPBC, Samsung Catalyst Fund, NVIDIA, Nomura Group, Sompo Holdings, RSI Fund, SharesPost 100 Fund, and MKaNN. The company has raised $115 in VC funding million to date.

• CSDC Systems, a Toronto-based provider of process automation software, raised $30 million in funding from BuildGroup.

• TeamSnap, a Boulder, Colo.-based provider of team management applications for sports teams and clubs, raised $25 million in funding. Foundry Group led the group, and was joined by Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited.

• Feedvisor, an Israeli algorithmic repricing platform for Amazon sellers, raised $20 million in Series B funding. General Catalyst led the round.

• YouEarnedIt, an Austin, Texas-based developer of employee engagement software, raised $6.5 million in Series A funding. Silverton Partners and IDG Ventures USA led the round.

• Radish, a Los Angeles-based platform for reading serialized fiction, raised $3 million in seed funding, according to TechCrunch. Investors include Greylock, Lowercase Capital, Softbank Next Media Innovation Fund, and Sherpa Capital.

• GoKid, a Detroit-based startup helping parents coordinate carpools for their kids, raised $1 million in seed funding. InMotion Ventures, Jaguar Land Rover’s VC arm, led the round, and was joined by Fontinalis Partners.

Happy Networking and Investing,

JD Morris

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