Icon Ventures leads Series C round for Button


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Button, a mobile commerce platform, has raised $30 million in Series C funding. Icon Ventures led the round with participation from Capital One Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners and DCM Ventures. In addition to the funding, Jeb Miller, a general partner of Icon Ventures, will be joining Button’s board of directors.

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Chrysalix backs battery analytics platform Feasible


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Chrysalix Venture Capital has made an investment in Emeryville, California-based Feasible Inc, a battery analytics platform company. No financial terms were disclosed.

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 24, 2019 – Chrysalix Venture Capital, a global venture capital fund with a long history commercializing step-change innovation for resource intensive industries, announces an investment in Feasible Inc., a battery analytics platform company located in Emeryville, California.

“Feasible has developed EchoStatTM, a low-cost, battery intelligence platform that provides real-time analytics and actionable insights to solve some of the biggest challenges in battery design, manufacturing and product management,” said Alfred Lam, Vice President of Investments at Chrysalix Venture Capital. “By leveraging intelligent systems technologies, Feasible now makes the previously invisible, visible. This has significant benefits for battery and auto manufacturers in improving the overall quality while reducing costs. The company is led by a strong technical and management team and we

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Alma grabs $8 mln Series A


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Alma, a New York-based co-practicing community of therapists, coaches, and wellness professionals, raised $8 million in Series A funding, according to a Medium blog post. Tusk Venture Partners led the round with participation from Sound Ventures, First Round Capital, Primary Ventures, Box Group and able Partners.

 

MakerSights picks up $8.5 mln Series A


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San Francisco and London-based MakerSights, a product decision engine for retail, has secured $8.5 million in Series A funding. The investors included Forerunner Ventures. In addition to the funding, Brian O’Malley of Forerunner Ventures will join the MakerSights’ board of directors.

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Procurify secures $20 mln in Information VP-led Series B round


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Procurify, a Vancouver-based spend management platform, has closed its Series B financing, raising about $20 million. The round was led by Canadian venture capital firm Information Venture Partners. It was joined by Runa Capital, HarbourVest Partners, Manulife and BC Tech Fund, managed by Kensington Capital Partners. Founded in 2012 by CEO Aman Mann, CTO Eugene Dong and CRO Kenneth Loi, Procurify provides software that helps organizations manage their expenditures. The funds raised will be used for new hires, undertaking sales and marketing initiatives, and expanding Procurify’s offering globally.

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VANCOUVER, JUNE 20TH, 2019
Procurify, the leading SaaS-based spend management solution that is being used by fast-growing companies around the globe to help manage their spending, has just announced the closing of its Series B round for $20 million USD. Investors include one of Canada’s largest VC’s – Information Venture Partners, as well as, Runa Capital,

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Arrhythmia care company Acutus Medical gathers $170 mln


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Carslbad, California-based Acutus Medical, an arrhythmia care company, has secured $100 million in Series D funding and a $70 million credit facility. The Series D investors included 8VC, Opaleye Management, Pura Vida Investments, OrbiMed, Deerfield Management Company, Advent Venture Partners, Xeraya Capital and GE Ventures. OrbiMed Credit and Royalties Fund and Deerfield Management provided the credit facility.

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Xealth rallies $3 mln


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Xealth, a platform for connecting digital health, has secured $3 million in funding. The investors included Atrium Health, Cleveland Clinic, MemorialCare Innovation Fund, McKesson Ventures, Novartis, Philips, ResMed, Threshold Ventures, Providence Ventures, UPMC,  Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin health network.

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Partech leads Series B round for Bitrise


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Bitrise, a mobile continuous integration and delivery platform, has secured $20 million in Series B funding. Partech led the round with participation from Zobito, OpenOcean, Y Combinator and Fiedler Capital. Partech’s Reza Malekzadeh and OpenOcean’s Ekaterina Almasque will join the company’s board.

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Rhumbix procures $14.3 mln Series B


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San Francisco-based Rhumbix, a mobile platform for smarter construction sites, has secured $14.3 million in Series B funding. Blackhorn Ventures and Tenfore Holdings led the round with participation from Greylock Partners, S28 Capital, South Park Ventures and Glynn Capital.

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Chinese B2B auto parts trading platform Haoqipei inks $60 mln


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China-based Haoqipei, a B2B auto parts trading platform, has secured $60 million in Series D funding. Access Technology Ventures led the round with participation from other investors that included XVC Venture Capital, Jeneration Capital, DCM and SIG.

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SHANGHAI – June 20, 2019 – Business-to-business (B2B) auto parts trading platform Haoqipei today closed US $60 million in Series D financing to continue its rapid growth across China. Access Technology Ventures led the round, adding David Yang to the Haoqipei Board of Directors.

Additional participants in the financing included existing investors XVC Venture Capital, Jeneration Capital, DCM and SIG.

Founded in 2016 and now having raised more than US $150 million in private capital, Haoqipei is an online, technology-driven trading platform connecting vehicle repair shops with auto part suppliers. The company provides market price comparisons and online payments through its software as a service (SaaS) system, and offline warehousing and

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