Daily Fundraising Review – September 18, 2021

Daily Fundraising Review – September 18, 2021


Francis Medical raised $ 55 million; CodeSignal won $ 50 million; Ketch got $ 23 million; Roboflow raises 20 million dollars

Shelf: Whatnot is a Los Angeles-based startup that hosts live video sales and auctions of Pokemon cards and other collectibles. Whatnot has raised $ 150 million in Series C funding. Investors include CapitalG, early funders Andreessen Horowitz and the Y Combinator Continuity Fund, as well as many notable individual investors including YouTube star Jake Paul and Zion Williamson of the New Orleans Pelicans. Read more

Omaze: Omaze is an online fundraising platform based in Culver City, California for charitable giving. Omaze raised $ 85 million in Series C funding. Moore Strategic Ventures led the round, joined by FirstMark Capital, Wndrco, Telstra Ventures, Causeway Media Partners, Mockingbird Ventures, BDMI, Pegasus Ventures, Bono, Kerry Washington, Tom Brady and Alexis Ohanian. Read more

Amolyt Pharma: Amolyt Pharma is a Lyon, France-based developer of therapeutic peptides for rare endocrine diseases. Amolyt Pharma raised $ 80 million in Series B funding. Sectoral Asset Management and Andera Partners co-led the round, joined by ATEM Capital and about a dozen previous backers. Read more

trader: Tradesy is a Los Angeles-based online marketplace for used fashion items. Tradesy has raised $ 67 million in Series D funding led by John Doerr’s family office, Foris Ventures. Read more

Anjarium: Anjarium is a developer of non-viral gene therapies based in Zurich, Switzerland. Anjarium raised $ 61 million in Series A funding. Abingworth and GIMV co-led the round, joined by Omega Funds, Pfizer Ventures and Surveyor Capital. Read more

Graalé: Grailed is a New York-based men’s clothing resale site that touts its digital authentication process. Grailed raised $ 60 million. GOAT led the round, with the participation of leading backers Thrive Capital, Index Ventures and Groupe Artémis. Read more

Mynd: Mynd is an Oakland, California-based company that aims to make it easier to buy and manage single-family rental properties. Mynd has raised $ 57.3 million in funding from QED Investors. Read more

Francois Medical: Francis Medical is a Maple Grove, Minnesota-based developer of water vapor thermal ablation therapies to treat prostate cancer / Francis Medical has raised $ 55 million in Series B funding. Solas BioVentures led the round, joined by Arboretum Ventures, Coloplast A / S, H2Oey Ventures and Tonkawa. Read more

SignalCode: CodeSignal is a technical recruiting platform based in the Bay Area. CodeSignal has raised $ 50 million in Series C financing led by Index Ventures, with participation from previous funder Menlo Ventures, Headline and A Capital. Read more

Self-financing: Self Financial is an Austin, Texas-based startup that helps consumers build and build credit histories with secured installment loans and low-value loans. Self Financial raised $ 50 million in Series E financing. Altos Ventures led and was joined by previous investors Meritech Capital and Conductive Ventures. Read more

Caresyntax: Caresyntax is a Boston-based digital platform aimed at reducing deaths from surgical complications. Caresyntax has raised $ 30 million in extended Series C financing from accounts and funds managed by BlackRock, as well as specialty insurer ProAssurance Corp. Read more

Ketch: Ketch is a San Francisco-based data control company for programmatic privacy, governance, and security. Ketch raised $ 23 million in Series A funding led by Acrew Capital, with participation from CRV, super[set], Ridge Ventures and SVB. Read more

Roboflow: Roboflow is a startup based in Des Moines, Ia. which claims its developer tools allow companies to use computer vision without hiring a team of machine learning experts. Roboflow has raised $ 20 million in Series A funding led by Craft Ventures. Read more

Kolid: Kolide is a terminal security platform based in Somerville, Massachusetts. Kolide raised $ 17 million in Series B funding. OpenView Partners led the round, joined by Matrix Partners. Read more

GigaIO: GigaIO is a Carlsbad, California-based startup that develops high-speed interconnect hardware for IT clusters. GigaIO raised $ 14.7 million under the leadership of Impact Partners. Read more

Sequin: Sequin is a women-focused, Bay Area-based debit card focused on building credit score for women in start-ups. Sequin has raised $ 5.7 million in seed funding from Matrix Partners, Y Combinator, Scribble Ventures, IDEO, Thomvest, Commerce VC and Carrie Schwab. Read more

Clinical course: Journey Clinical is a New York-based startup that claims its ketamine prescription services enable psychotherapists to deliver ketamine-assisted psychotherapy to their patients. Journey Clinical has raised $ 3 million in seed funding led by Fifty Years. Read more

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