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Phyllo secures $15 million as part of its Series A funding from RTP Global, others

Phyllo, a firm that creates tools for creator economy app developers, has received $15 million in Series A funding from RTP Global, with participation from Nexus Venture Partners, Better Capital, and iSeed. It intends to utilise the funding to quicken product development, grow its clientele, and create an API platform that caters to developers. “The creator […]

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AIOps startup BigPanda raises Series E extension, bringing its total capital to $340M

BigPanda, a startup developing AI to audit changes in IT environments and recommend how to fix them, has raised $20 million in an extension of its Series E round. UBS Next and Wells Fargo Strategic Capital contributed to the tranche, bringing BigPanda’s total raised to $340 million. The company’s valuation remains unchanged at $1.2 billion. […]

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DriveNets connects with $262M as demand booms for its cloud-based alternative to network routers

Internet usage continues to skyrocket, with 29.3 billion networked devices projected to be in use by 2023 and the growth rate currently at around 10%. Today, an enterprise startup called DriveNets that’s built a more cost-effective way for service providers and other outsized connectivity users to scale to meet that demand by leveraging software and […]

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Incredible Health passes unicorn valuation as it bags $80M Series B

Incredible Health, a U.S.-based job-matching platform which made nurses its first focus, has closed an $80 million Series B funding round and announced hitting a $1.65 billion unicorn valuation, billing itself as the highest valued “tech-enabled” career marketplace in the healthcare sector — a couple of (pandemic-struck) years after closing a $15 million Series A. […]

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Privya helps companies protect data at code level before it goes into production

As data privacy laws proliferate, it’s becoming increasingly important for companies to protect sensitive data in their applications. Privya was born with the idea that privacy protection should happen at the code level in development before the code goes into production. One of the founders, CEO Uzy Hadad, was working at a company called VisualDNA, […]

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Shopic lands $35M to bring its item-scanning ‘smart cart’ tech to more stores

Stores face new challenges in a world forever changed by the pandemic. Amazon and other tech giants are encroaching on their business. But perhaps more urgently, supply chain snarls haven’t gone away, presenting retailers with a host of inventory issues. In a March Retail Insights survey, seven in 10 (71%) shoppers said they felt that […]

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Armed with $19.5M, LiveEO plots a big data course between satellite geospatial information and industry

When it comes to geospatial and mapping data and how they are leveraged by organizations, satellites continue to play a critical role when it comes to sourcing raw information. Getting that raw data into a state that can be usable by enterprises, however, is a different story. Today, a Berlin-based startup called LiveEO, which has […]

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Gradient Ventures-backed Shypyard aims to ‘raise the sales’ for DTC merchants

Shypyard, a startup developing business planning products and services for brands and direct-to-consumer merchants, closed on $3 million in seed funding. The round was led by Gradient Ventures with participation from Liquid 2 Ventures, Position Ventures and a group of angel investors that includes current and former executives and founders at Shopify, BigCommerce and SnapCommerce. […]

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Drover AI is using computer vision to keep scooter riders off sidewalks

Drover AI is using computer vision to keep scooter riders off sidewalks Shared micromobility companies have been adopting startlingly advanced new tech to correct for the thing that cities hate most — sidewalk riding. Some companies, like Bird, Neuron and Superpedestrian, have relied on hyperaccurate GPS systems to determine if a rider is riding inappropriately. […]

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Datch secures $10M to build voice assistants to factory floors

Datch, a company that develops AI-powered voice assistants for industrial customers, today announced that it raised $10 million in a Series A round led by Blackhorn Ventures. The proceeds will be used to expand operations, CEO Mark Fosdike said, as well as develop new software support, tools and capabilities. Datch started when Fosdike, who has […]

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