CHICAGO, IL, ShipBob announced $68 million in Series D financing was led by SoftBank Vision Fund.
India's Sharechat Raises $40 Million, Says Its Short-video Platform Moj Now Reaches 80 Million Users - Techcrunch
ShareChat, an Indian social network that focuses entirely on serving users in non-English languages, said on Thursday it has raised $40 million from a clutch of investors after the Indian startup added tens of millions of new users in recent months. The five-year-old Bangalore-based startup said Dr. Pawan Munjal, chief executive and chairman of giant [...]
MineralTree Inc., the Massachusetts-based accounts payable (AP) automation software provider, announced a $50 million Series D investment round and the purchase of two companies Thursday (Sept. 24). The funding initiative is being led by existing investors Great Hill Partners LP, the Boston-based private equity firm, Eight Roads Ventures, the global venture capital firm based in [...]
Attentive Raises $230M Series D Investment, Led By Coatue, To Enhance Product And Expand Support For Customers
Attentive Raises $230 Million Series D Investment, Led by Coatue, to Enhance Product and Expand Support for Customers NEW YORK, September 23, 2020-- Attentive(r), the personalized text messaging SaaS platform for brands and organizations, announced today that it has raised a $230 million Series D investment round at a $2.2 billion valuation, led by Coatue. Tiger Global, Wellington Management Company, D1 Capital Partners, Atomico, and Sozo Ventures are new investors in the company--joining existing investors Bain Capital Ventures, Sequoia, Sequoia Capital Global Equities, Coatue, IVP, Eniac Ventures, NextView Ventures, High Alpha, and Sapphire Ventures.
Round will be used to accelerate product development of Salsify's commerce experience management platform and fuel further international growth BOSTON, September 23, 2020-- Salsify, Inc., the leading commerce experience platform that helps brands win on the digital shelf, today announced that it has closed a $155 million Series E round of financing led by Warburg Pincus, a leading global investment firm focused on growth.
NEW YORK, NY, Common announced a $50 million Series D funding round led by Kinnevik.
The platform's latest funding round pushes GOAT to unicorn status, a source familiar with the deal said. : The global resale platform closed a Series E funding round of $100 million from D1 Capital Partners on Wednesday, the company announced in a press release. The latest funding move brings the company's total valuation up to $1.75 billion, a source familiar with the deal said. GOAT was previously valued at $550 million, according to the source. Founded in 2015, GOAT currently serves 30 million members and 600,000 sellers across its platform.
Next Insurance Secures $250 Million Through Series D Funding Round Led By CapitalG Crowdfund Insider. : Next Insurance, an insurtech seeking to transform small business insurance, announced on Wednesday it secured $250 million through its Series D funding round, which was led by CapitalG, Alphabet's independent growth fund, with participation from FinTLV, a global insurtech VC, and existing investor Munich RE Group. Founded in 2016, Next Insurance is on a mission to transform small business insurance with "simple, affordable" coverage that is tailored to the needs of each class of business.
With its eye on housing for remote workers, co-living startup Common has raised $50 million in new funding. The Series D was led by Kinnevik with participation from existing investors Maveron, 8VC and Norwest Venture Partners, CEO Brad Hargreaves wrote in a blog post Tuesday. The round brings Common's total funding to more than $113 million at a time when urban rental markets are struggling due to the pandemic. Founded in New York in 2015, ... [more] The post Common raises $50M, eyes housing for remote workers appeared first on The Real Deal Miami.
With its eye on housing for remote workers, co-living startup Common has raised $50 million in new funding. The Series D was led by Kinnevik with participation from existing investors Maveron, 8VC and Norwest Venture Partners, CEO Brad Hargreaves wrote in a blog post Tuesday. The round brings Common's total funding to more than $113 million at a time when urban rental markets are struggling due to the pandemic. Founded in New York in 2015, The post Common raises $50M, eyes housing for remote workers appeared first on The Real Deal New York.