Weekly Round-Up June 13 to June 19
June 21, 2022
Menlo Ventures, Bedrock, Y Combinator, and Sempervirens led a $15 million round of funding for Finch.
Finch is a checking and investment account in one. It allows consumers to earn investment returns by investing their checking amount automatically.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA Platform9, the Open Distributed Cloud business, announced today the completion of a $26 million fundraising round.
Celesta Capital led the round, which included Cota Capital, NGP Capital, and other investors. This investment round follows three years of 100% annual recurring revenue (ARR) growth for SaaS Kubernetes.
Foundation Fighting Blindness and its venture arm, RD Fund, spearheaded a $16.5 million Series B fundraising for Nacuity Pharmaceuticals. Retinitis pigmentosa, cataracts, and other eye illnesses are among the diseases for which the company is developing solutions.
With the help of a network of private investors, Quext was able to raise $63 million. This round of fundraising is based on a $350 million post-money valuation. The money raised will enable Quext to extend its best-in-class sales and customer success teams, and further enhance its smart apartment technology platform.
A $28 million oversubscribed Series A2 and Series A3 financing is announced by Artio Medical. The funding will go toward the US commercialization of the Solus GoldTM Embolization Device. For the peripheral vascular, neurovascular, and cardiology markets, the company is creating cutting-edge devices.
A $34 million investment round has been finalised by C-Zero Inc., a renewable energy business that has created a technology for the decarbonization of natural gas. Leading the fundraising round was SK Gas, a unit of the SK Group, the second-largest corporation in South Korea.
Camden Partners-led Series B financing for CEIPAL has come to an end. A total of $21 million in funding, including $16.5 million in equity and $4.5 million in debt, was raised for the AI-powered talent acquisition platform.