The AlleyWatch Startup Daily Funding Report 6192019

first_img Teralytic, the agtech startup that uses technologies like IoT and machine learning to improve crop yield, has raised $6.8M according to a recent SEC filing. Founded by Steven Ridder in 2016, Teralytic previously raised $2.3M in reported equity funding from 01Ventures. 219SHARESFacebookTwitterLinkedin Spatial, the AR platform that allows collaboration by turning physical spaces into augmented reality workspaces, has raised $19.3M in funding according to a recent SEC filing. Founded by Anand Agarawala, Jinha Lee in 2016, Spatial previously raised $8.3M in reported equity funding. Confirmed investors in past rounds include Lerer Hippeau, Social Capital, inovia capital, Samsung NEXT, Kakao Ventures, Mark Pincus, Joi Ito, Expa, Garrett Camp, Neoteny, Joe Kraus, Daniel Debow, Jevon MacDonald, The E14 Fund, Garage Capital, Yogen Dalal, Andy Hertzfeld, and Sundeep Madra. SPATE $1.8M – Seed ReactiveCore $4.9M Bubble, the visual programming that does not require knowledge of code, has raised $6.25M in Seed funding from investors that include SignalFire, Neo Ventures, Nas, Shana Fisher, and David Fisher. Bubble was founded by Emmanuel Straschnov and Josh Haas in 2012. We will have an exclusive interview with Straschnov publishing tomorrow on Bubble’s Seed funding. Spatial $19.3M Bubble $6.25M – Seed GoTenna $24M – Series C The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 6/19/2019 featuring funding details for Text IQ, GoTenna, and much more. A ton of unreported fundings. HUGE.  This page will be updated throughout the day to reflect any new fundings.PREVIOUS POSTNEXT POST ReactiveCore, the company that’s focused on business process re-design through data science, has raised $4.9M in funding according to a recent SEC filing. ReactiveCore was founded by Kenny Klepper and Michel Dufresne in 2015. center_img Teralytic $6.8M The AlleyWatch Startup Daily Funding Report: 6/19/2019 by AlleyWatch obé $4.2M Tagged With:  Jinha Lee, Anand Agarawala, Andy Hertzfeld, Apoorv Agarwal, Ashley Mills, Avrhm Capital, Bloomberg Beta, Bubble, Collaborative Fund, Comcast Ventures, Daniel Debow, Daniela Perdomo, David Fisher, Emmanuel Straschnov and Josh Haas, Expa, FirstMark, Founders Fund, Garage Capital, Garrett Camp, GoTenna, Initialized Capital, iNovia Capital, Jevon MacDonald, Joe Kraus, Joi Ito, Jorge Perdomo, Kakao Ventures, Kenny Klepper, Kima Ventures, Lerer Hippeau, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Mark Mullett, Mark Pincus, MentorTech Ventures, Michel Dufresne, Nas, Neo Ventures, Neoteny, obé, Olivier Zimmer and Yarden Horwitz, Omar Haroun, ReactiveCore, Samsung NEXT, Shana Fisher, Sierra Ventures, SignalFire, Social Capital, SPATE, Spatial, Sundeep Madra, Teralytic, Text IQ, The E14 Fund, Union Square Ventures, Walden Venture Capital, Y Combinator, Yogen Dalal Text IQ, the platform using AI to uncover sensitive information for enterprises, has raised $12.6M in Series A funding from investors that include FirstMark and Sierra Ventures. Founded by Apoorv Agarwal and Omar Haroun in 2014, Text IQ has now raised a total of $15.6M in reported equity funding. Read our exclusive interview with CEO and cofounder Apoorv Agarwal on Text IQ’s Series A round. SPATE, the forecasting platform that uses machine learning to provide and predict trend insights, has raised $1.8M in Seed funding from investors that include Y Combinator, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Kima Ventures, Initialized Capital, and Avrhm Capital. SPATE was founded by two former Googlers Olivier Zimmer and Yarden Horwitz in 2018 and the company is a graduate of Y Combinator. GoTenna, the mobile mesh network that does not require traditional cellular service for communications, has raised an additional $24M in Series C funding from investors that include Founders Fund, Comcast Ventures, Union Square Ventures, Bloomberg Beta, Collaborative Fund, Walden Venture Capital, and MentorTech Ventures. Founded by Daniela Perdomo and Jorge Perdomo in 2012, GoTenna has now raised a total of $40.8M in reported equity funding. obé, the online streaming fitness platform, has raised $4.2M in funding according to a recent SEC filing. Obé was founded by Ashley Mills and Mark Mullett in 2017. Text IQ $12.6M – Series Alast_img

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