Deals that close – Venture Capital

We are still working on our next launch of our beta, but we like to let you know early stage deals are getting funded every day by VCs!  Here few:

Oyo Rooms, an India-based online hotel booking platform, raised $250 million in funding, according to the Economic Times. Read more.

EverFi, a Washington D.C.-based learning and education technology platform, raised $190 million in Series D funding. Rise, a newly established social impact investing fund managed by TPG Growth, led the round, and was joined by TPG Growth and MainStreet Advisors. Existing investors Advance Publications, Rethink Impact, Allen & Co, Jeff Bezos. Read more at Fortune.

Robinhood​, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based stock trading app, raised $110 million in Series C funding from DST Global, Greenoaks Capital and Thrive Capital. Existing investors Index Ventures, NEA, and Ribbit Capital participated. The deal values the company at $1.3 billion.

Ivalua, a Redwood City, Calif.-based web-based spend management software company, raised $70 million in growth equity minority funding from KKR. Existing investors include Ardian.

Prescient, an Arvada, Colo.-based construction technology company, raised $40 million in Series D from undisclosed investors.

RapidSOS, a New York-based emergency communication tech provider, raised $14 million in Series A funding. Highland Capital Partners led the round, and was joined by Motorola Solutions Venture Capital, A3Ventures, The Westly Group, Two Sigma Ventures, and Responder Ventures.

Quovo, a New York-based financial analytics platform, raised $10 million in Series B funding. F-Prime Capital and Napier Park Financial Partners co-led the round, and were joined by existing investors, FinTech Collective and Long Light Capital.

Sense360, a Culver City, Calif.-based market research startup, raised $7 million in Series A funding. Firstmark led the round, and was joined by Qualcomm Ventures and Upfront Ventures.

Lynk, a Hong Kong-based data-driven knowledge sharing platform, raised $4 million in Series A funding. Hong Leong Group led the round, and was joined by Cyberport, Zhuhai Da Heng Qin, and CRE Venture Capital.

Pockit, a London-based mobile banking app, raised £2.9 million ($3.7 million) in funding, according to TechCrunch. Financial terms weren’t disclosed. Read more.

Getsurance, a Berlin-based digital insurance company, raised €2 million ($2.6 million) in seed funding. Investors include Picus Capital and Swiss Postfinance Bank.

Happy Networking and Investing,

JD Morris

JD Morris

Author: JDM

Simi Private

%d bloggers like this: