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syndevrx.com

Total Raised

$34.61M

SynDevRx Funding, SynDevRx Valuation & SynDevRx Revenue

6 Fundings

SynDevRx's latest funding round was a Debt - III for $14.67M on January 17, 2020.

Date

Round

Amount

Investors

Valuation
Valuations are submitted by companies, mined from state filings or news, provided by VentureSource, or based on a comparables valuation model.

Revenue

Sources

1/17/2020

Debt - III

$14.67M

Undisclosed Investors

0

FY undefined

3

3/21/2018

Series B

$99M

0

FY undefined

10

8/15/2017

Debt - II

$99M

0

FY undefined

10

12/20/2013

Debt

$99M

0

FY undefined

10

7/7/2010

Series A - II

$99M

0

FY undefined

0

Date

1/17/2020

3/21/2018

8/15/2017

12/20/2013

7/7/2010

Round

Debt - III

Series B

Debt - II

Debt

Series A - II

Amount

$14.67M

$99M

$99M

$99M

$99M

Investors

Undisclosed Investors

Valuation

Revenue

0

FY undefined

0

FY undefined

0

FY undefined

0

FY undefined

0

FY undefined

Sources

3

10

10

10

0

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