Today, PathSpot announced the closing of $6.5 million in a Series A round led by Valor Siren Ventures I L.P. (VSV), bringing the company's total funding to $10.5 million.
After emerging from stealth in 2015, the Boulder, Colorado-based startup went on to raise $12.6 million in a series of funding rounds. This week, Automox nabbed $30 million in a series B round led by Koch Disruptive Technologies, with participation from CRV and CrowdStrike’s Falcon Fund (in partnership with Accel), bringing its total raised to over $40 million.
PreFix announced Wednesday that it has closed on $2.7 million in funding. The Austin-based home maintenance startup reported that Chicago Ventures led the seed-stage round, which was oversubscribed. To date, PreFix has raised $5 million.
Threatcare, an Austin-based cybersecurity startup that has raised funding from local venture capital firms and is known for its inclusive business practices, has been acquired by Tampa-based security company ReliaQuest.
Miami entrepreneur Albert Santalo believes he and his team have the answer: 8base. Santalo created 8base as a platform for building applications with only a front-end presentation developer.
The company announced today that it has raised a $1.3 million seed round to help meet production demand for its line of sustainable bed sheets made from eucalyptus trees. Sheets & Giggles, which launched in 2018, is on pace to quadruple sales in its second year.
Automox, a global provider of cloud-native automated patch management and configuration management solutions, today announced it closed a $9.3 million investment round from leading cybersecurity venture capital firms and long-standing industry veterans.
The Minte, which now employs roughly 60 people, is today announcing that it has raised $2.25 million in a round that brings the company’s total seed funding to $4.7 million. Dundee Venture Capital led this newest round; other investors in the company include MATH Venture Partners, Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, Firebrand Ventures, Blue Note Ventures, and numerous angel investors.
Replica, the data-gathering tool created within Sidewalk Labs that maps the movement of people in cities, is now a company. The newly formed company, which is headed by Nick Bowden, also announced Thursday it has raised $11 million in a Series A funding round from investors Innovation Endeavors, Firebrand Ventures and Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund.