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Jun 28, 2021
LA TechWatch The Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report takes us on a trip across various ecosystems in the US, highlighting some of the notable funding activity in the various markets that we track. The notable startup funding rounds for the week ending 6/26/21 featuring funding details for Anjuna, Cleerly, Deserve, and twenty-eight other rounds that you need to know about. $30.0M - Series B Palo Alto-based Anjuna enables organizations to securely embrace the cloud by leveraging confidential computing technologies without changing applications. Founded by Ayal Yogev and Yan Michalevsky in 2018, Anjuna has now raised a total of $42.1M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Insight Partners, Playground Global, and Uncorrelated Ventures. Atom Finance $28.0M - Series B New York-based Atom is the modern financial knowledge platform. Our mission is to democratize access to high-quality investment research resources. Founded by Eric Shoykhet in 2018, Atom Finance has now raised a total of $46.6M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Base Partners, General Catalyst, and SoftBank. Cabana $10.0M - Series A Seattle-based Cabana is a travel startup that turns vans into bookable mobile hotels. Founded by Scott Kubly in 2019, Cabana has now raised a total of $13.5M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Castor Ventures, Craft Ventures, Gaingels, Goldcrest Capital, LAUNCH, and Nordic Eye Venture Capital. Chainalysis $100.0M - Series E New York-based Chainalysis provides blockchain data and analysis to governments, banks, and businesses worldwide. Founded by Jan Moller, Jonathan Levin, and Michael Gronager in 2014, Chainalysis has now raised a total of $366.6M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include 9Yards Capital, Accel, Addition, Altimeter, Benchmark, Blackstone Group, Coatue, Dragoneer Investment Group, Durable Capital Partners, GIC, Pictet Private Equity Investors S.A., Sequoia Heritage, and SVB Capital. Cleerly $43.0M - Series B New York-based Cleerly is a healthcare company whose mission is to create digital care pathways to prevent heart attacks. Founded by James K. Min in 2016, Cleerly has now raised a total of $57.5M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include American College of Cardiology, Cigna Ventures, DigiTx Partners, LRVHealth, New Leaf Venture Partners, and Vensana Capital. CommerceIQ $60.0M - Series C Palo Alto-based CommerceIQ is an omnichannel management platform that helps large brands use machine learning and automation to increase e-commerce sales. Founded by Guru Hariharan in 2012, CommerceIQ has now raised a total of $80.5M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Insight Partners, Madrona Venture Group, Shasta Ventures, and Trinity Ventures. Deserve $50.0M - Series D Palo Alto-based Deserve offers fair credit products for young people and a cloud-based credit card platform for businesses. Founded by Kalpesh Kapadia and Michael Hallinan in 2013, Deserve has now raised a total of $137.1M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Ally Ventures, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Mastercard, Mission Holdings, and Sallie Mae. G2.com $157.0M - Series D Chicago-based G2 operates a software marketplace for business organizations to research, buy, and manage their software and services. Founded by Godard Abel, Mark Myers, Matt Gorniak, Mike Wheeler, and Tim Handorf in 2012, G2.com has now raised a total of $257.6M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Accel, Auren Hoffman, Emergence, HubSpot Ventures, Institutional Venture Partners, LinkedIn, Permira, Salesforce Ventures, and Thomas Lehrman. You can't always count on inbound deal flow. The best deal-making firms have a systematic process for building a pre-deal pipeline that is bursting with potential. Register for SourceScrub 's webinar to learn: What it takes to systematically build a deal pipeline full of potential How to measure and optimize outbound performance Keys to high-impact outreach that gets attention. $195.0M - Series F Culver City-based Goat Group is a marketplace for authentic sneakers, apparel, and accessories. Founded by Daishin Sugano and Eddy Lu in 2015, Goat Group has now raised a total of $492.6M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Adage Capital Management, Franklin Templeton Investments, Park West Asset Management, T. Rowe Price, and Ulysses Management. RoadSync $30.0M - Series B Atlanta-based RoadSync is a digital payment software application platform for the logistics industry. Founded by Akmann Van-Mary, Ryan Droege, and Spencer Barkoff in 2015, RoadSync has now raised a total of $38.3M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Base10 Partners, Gaingels, Hyde Park Venture Partners, and Tiger Global Management. Graylog $18.0M - Venture Houston-based Graylog is a fully integrated platform for collecting, indexing, and analyzing log messages. Founded by Hass Chapman and Lennart Koopmann in 2012, Graylog has now raised a total of $27.4M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Harbert Growth Partners, High-Tech Grunderfonds, Mercury Fund, Piper Sandler, and âIntegr8d Capital. Oyster $50.0M - Series B Charlotte-based Oyster is a human resource platform designed for globally-distributed companies Founded by Jack Mardack and Tony Jamous in 2020, Oyster has now raised a total of $74.2M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Avid Ventures, Emergence, Slack Fund, and Stripes. Incorta $120.0M - Series D San Mateo-based Incorta develops an analytics platform designed to speed up business data ingestion. Founded by Hichem Sellami, Klaus Fabian, Matthew Halliday, and Osama Elkady in 2013, Incorta has now raised a total of $192.4M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include GV, Kleiner Perkins, M12, National Grid, Prysm Capital, Ron Wohl, Silicon Valley Bank, Sorenson Capital, Telstra Ventures, and Wipro Ventures. JW Player $100.0M - Series E New York-based JW Player is a video streaming and analytics platform that offers an HTML5 video player for web content, publishing, and running video ads. Founded by Adam Fawer, Brian Rifkin, Dave Otten, and Jeroen Wijering in 2004, JW Player has now raised a total of $145.7M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include LLR Partners. Lower $100.0M - Series A Columbus-based Lower provides home refinancing, customer service, consumer lending, home purchase, and financial services. Founded by Chris Miller, Dan Snyder, Grayson Hanes, Mike Baynes, and Robert Tyson in 2014, Lower has now raised a total of $100.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Accel. NexHealth $31.0M - Series B San Francisco-based NexHealth is an operating system for people, their doctors, and healthcare developers. Founded by Alamin Uddin and Waleed Asif in 2017, NexHealth has now raised a total of $51.8M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include ChenLi Wang, Christoph Janz, Connor Theilmann, Ershad Jamil, Jean-Denis Greze, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Josh Buckley, Packy McCormick, Rahul Vohra, Scott Belsky, Sujay Jaswa, Todd Goldberg, Turner Novak, and Zachary Perret. Outdoorsy $90.0M - Series D Austin-based Outdoorsy is a marketplace platform that connects RV owners with other campers. Founded by Jeff Cavins, Jennifer Young, Ryan Quinn, and Tyler Stillwater in 2014, Outdoorsy has now raised a total of $165.1M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include ADAR1 Partners, Altos Ventures, Convivialite Ventures, Greenspring Associates, iAngels, Monashee Capital Corp., Moore Strategic Ventures, and SiriusPoint. Make an impact on your bottom line and drive leads in 2021! The AlleyWatch audience is driving progress and innovation on a global scale. There are a number of options to reach this audience of the world's most innovative organizations and startups at scale including strategic brand placement, lead generation, and thought leadership in front of an audience that comprises the vast majority of key decision-makers in the business community and beyond. Learn more about advertising to Tech, at scale . Primer $110.0M - Series C San Francisco-based Primer develops a text analytics solution designed to automate the analysis of textual data. Founded by Sean Gourley in 2015, Primer has now raised a total of $168.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Addition, Amplify Partners, Avalon Ventures, Bloomberg Beta, Crumpton Ventures, DCVC, In-Q-Tel, J2 Ventures, Lux Capital, Sands Capital Ventures, Section 32, and Steadfast Capital. Quantela $40.0M - Series B San Francisco-based Quantela is the leading Outcomes-as-a-Service (OaaS) company in the space of IoT enabled smart cities and urban infrastructure digitization. Founded by Prakash Dantuluri, Raju Indukuri, and Sridhar Gadhi in 2015, Quantela has now raised a total of $50.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Digital Alpha. Rarible $14.2M - Series A Wilmington-based Rarible is an operator of a community-owned NFT marketplace that allows users to buy and auction off digital collectibles. Founded by Alexander Salnikov and Alexei Falin in 2020, Rarible has now raised a total of $16.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include 01 Advisors, CoinFund, and Venrock. Rasgo $20.0M - Series A New York-based Rasgo is a software platform that allows data scientists and other users to clean data and create features that help with AI predictions. Founded by Jared Parker and Patrick Dougherty in 2020, Rasgo is backed by investors that include Insight Partners and Unusual Ventures. AlleyWatch broke the news of this round in an exclusive interview with Parker - Rasgo Intelligence Raises $20M to Be the GitHub for Data Science and Machine Learning Ride Health $10.0M - Series A New York-based Ride Health focuses on improving access to care for patients who face transportation barriers. Founded by Imran Cronk and Sumun Khetpal in 2016, Ride Health has now raised a total of $16.2M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Activate Venture Partners, Excelerate Health Ventures, Newark Venture Partners, and Topmark Partners. Sanity $39.0M - Series B San Francisco-based Sanity is a platform for structured content that lets teams build digital experiences. Founded by Even Westvang, Magnus Kongsli Hillestad, Oyvind Rostad, and Simen Svale Skogsrud in 2017, Sanity has now raised a total of $51.8M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Alliance Venture, Heavybit, ICONIQ Growth, Lead Edge Capital, Monochrome Capital, and Threshold. SmartAsset $110.0M - Series D New York-based SmartAsset is a financial technology company that helps people with automated personalized financial advice. Founded by Michael Carvin and Philip Camilleri in 2012, SmartAsset has now raised a total of $160.5M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Citi Ventures, CMFG Ventures, Contour Venture Partners, Javelin Venture Partners, New York Life Ventures, North Bridge Venture Partners & Growth Equity, and TTV Capital. You are seconds away from signing up for the hottest list in Tech! $70.0M - Series B San Francisco-based Snackpass is a social commerce platform that focuses on mobile order pickup at local restaurants. Founded by Jamie Marshall, Jonathan Cameron, and Kevin Tan in 2017, Snackpass has now raised a total of $95.6M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include AirAngels, Andreessen Horowitz, Bastian Lehmann, Craft Ventures, David Grutman, Draymond Green, Gaingels, General Catalyst, HartBeat Ventures, Joe Jonas, Kevin Jonas, Nick Jonas, Shrug Capital, Steve Aoki, The Pags Group, Turner Novak, William Barnes, and Y Combinator. Songtradr $50.0M - Series D Santa Monica-based Songradr is an online marketplace that facilitates music licensing for films, TV shows, ads, apps, and other media. Founded by Paul Wiltshire in 2014, Songtradr has now raised a total of $101.2M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Argo Investments Limited, Aware Super, Greencape Capital, Perennial Value Management, Regal Funds Management, and Richard White. MAJORITY $19.0M - Seed Houston-based MAJORITY is the world's first digital financial services for migrants. Founded by Johan Dahlqvist, Johan Granlund, and Magnus Larsson in 2019, MAJORITY is backed by investors that include Avid Ventures, Heartcore Capital, and Valar Ventures. Tonkean $50.0M - Series B San Francisco-based Tonkean provides an enterprise no-code process orchestration platform. Founded by Offir Talmor and Sagi Eliyahu in 2015, Tonkean has now raised a total of $83.2M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Accel, Eric Schmidt, Foundation Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners, and Scott Farquhar. Transmit Security $543.0M - Series A Boston-based Transmit Security offers risk management and passwordless identity solutions for customers and workforce. Founded by Mickey Boodaei and Rakesh K. Loonkar in 2014, Transmit Security has now raised a total of $583.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Artisanal Ventures, Cyberstarts, General Atlantic, Geodesic Capital, Insight Partners, SYN Ventures, and Vintage Investment Partners. Vercel $102.0M - Series C San Francisco-based Vercel is a platform that enables users to develop, preview, and ship Jamstack sites. Founded by Guillermo Rauch in 2015, Vercel has now raised a total of $163.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include 8VC, Accel, Bedrock Capital, CRV, Flex Capital, Geodesic Capital, GGV Capital, Greenoaks Capital, GV, Latacora, Salesforce Ventures, and Tiger Global Management. Synder is a personal financial assistant for small to medium-sized e-commerce businesses. Synder carries out all bookkeeping and accounting tasks irrespective of which sales channels or payment processors you use, whether it is Stripe, Square, Shopify, Amazon, eBay, PayPal, Etsy, or WooCommerce. Learn more and book a free Synder demo right away to level up your finances.