The Funding Warrior provides the latest stories about the startup and venture capital world. Here’s a list of the top startup funding and venture capital stories:
Bungalow, a San Francisco Bay Area, West Coast-based residential real estate platform that helps renters find housing and homeowners find tenants, has raised $14 million in its latest funding round. Khosla Ventures, Wing Ventures, and Atomic VC led this funding round.
Sonder, a San Francisco, California-based boutique rental startup, has received $85 million in its Series C funding round. Greenoaks Capital led this latest funding round, with some participation from Greylock, Spark Capital, Structure Capital, and Harbourvest.
Armory, Inc., a San Mateo, California-based provider of a platform that automates software delivery, has raised $10 million in its Series A funding round. Crosslink Capital led this funding round, with participation from Javelin Venture Partners, Bain Capital Ventures, Y Combinator, and Robin Vasan.
Carmera, a New York City-based street intelligence company, has raised $20 million in its Series B financing round. GV (formerly Google Ventures) led this funding round, with participation from Matrix Partners.
PebblePost, a San Francisco-based developer of a programmatic direct mail platform, secured $25m in Series C funding. Advance Venture Partners (AVP) led this latest funding round. The newly raised capital will be used to further enhance its capabilities to convert shoppers into buyers with its direct mail platform.
Progenerative Medical, Inc., a San Antonio-based startup that develops and sells negative pressure therapies for general orthopedics, has received $1.5 million in a seed funding round. this latest funding round was led by a group of undisclosed investors. The new capital will be used to fuel the development of reduced-pressure therapies for the spine and general orthopedics.
Sotera Medical Corp., a Cleveland-based company that develops a novel device for use in cardiac procedures, has raised additional funding and added Valley Growth Ventures to its seed funding round. Financial terms of the funding round were not disclosed to the public. The newly raised funds will be used to fuel the development of its device to achieve its first clinical milestone next year.
KoinWorks, an Indonesian-based peer-to-peer lending startup, has raised $16.5 million in its latest Series A funding round. Mandiri Capital Indonesia led this funding round, with some participation from Convergence Ventures and Gunung Sewu. The fresh capital will be used to improve the user experience.
Evolve Vacation Rental Network, a Denver-based vacation rental management platform, has raised $80 million in its funding round. T. Rowe Price Associates led this funding round, with participation from Foxhaven Asset Management, Winslow Capital Management, Arrowmark Partners as well as existing investors PAR Capital Ventures and Annox Capital, Allen & Company LLC. The company intends to use the fresh capital to enhance its core offerings and further the development of its tech-enabled services platform.
Watt Fuel Cell Corporation, a Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania-based developer of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell stacks and systems, has completed its latest financing round. However, the financial terms of the financing round were not disclosed. The company plans to use the fresh capital to further expand manufacturing through the addition of additional equipment and expansion of the manufacturing facility.
Accommodations Plus International, a New York-based provider of crew accommodations and logistics services to the commercial airline industry and other commercial travel services, has received an investment. Financial terms of the financing round were not disclosed to the public. ClearPoint Investment Partners led this funding round. The newly raised funds will be used to further expand its technology suite of products and services, and also to enter new markets.
HealthPlix, an India-based digital health startup, has received $3 million in its Series A funding round. IDG Ventures India and Kalaari Capital led this latest funding round. The company plans to use the funds to continue to develop its tech platform and expand the adoption of its solutions.