The Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report 6319

center_img Tagged With:  Jeremy Suriel, 3Lines, Aaron Bridges, Altos Ventures, Amir Nathoo, Andreessen Horowitz, AttackIQ, Baillie Gifford, Battery Ventures, Brad Birnbaum, Brett Cupta, Brian Kafenbaum, Canaan Partners, CardioFocus, Cisco Investments, Cody Cornell, Dennis Crowley, Don Spear, Edward Sinofsky, Energize Ventures, Energy Impact Partners, Eric Lefkofsky, EvoNexus, Foursquare, FTV Capital, FundersClub, GPB Capital Holdings, H.I.G. Capital, Harmony Investments, Index Ventures, Insight Partners, Jerome Ternynck, Joshua Blank, Khosla Ventures, Kustomer, Mayfield Fund, Microsoft, Mikhail Seregine, Morgan Stanley, National Grid Partners (NGP), Naveen Selvadurai, Naver Corporation, New Enterprise Associates, Nick Grandy, norwest venture partners, Novo Holdings, OpenSesame, Oren Frank, Outschool, Oxford Finance LLC, Partech, Plug and Play, Reach Capital, Rembrandt Venture Partners, Revolution, Rick Marini, Rockies Venture Club, Roni Frank, Salesforce Ventures, Sesame Workshop, Silicon Valley Bank, Sitetracker, SmartRecruiters, SoftBank, Spark Capital, Stephan Chenette, SV Health Investors, Swimlane, T. Rowe Price, Talkspace, Telstra Ventures, Tempus, TheTime, Tiger Global Management, Tim May, Tom Turnbull, Union Square Ventures, Wells Fargo Strategic Capital, Y Combinator SmartRecruiters $50M – Series D 219SHARESFacebookTwitterLinkedin Tempus $200M – Series F CardioFocus, a biotechnology company, focuses on the advancement of ablation treatments for cardiac disorders. Founded by Edward Sinofsky in 1990, CardioFocus has now raised a total of $167.15M in reported equity funding and is backed by investors that include GPB Capital Holdings, H.I.G. Capital, Oxford Finance LLC, Silicon Valley Bank, and SV Health Investors. OpenSesame $28M – Series C Talkspace is an online therapy startup that offers affordable and confidential therapy with network of professional and licensed therapists. Founded by Oren Frank and Roni Frank in 2012, Talkspace has now raised a total of $106.7M in reported equity funding and is backed by investors that include Norwest Venture Partners, Revolution, SoftBank, Spark Capital, and TheTime. Outschool $8.5M – Series A The Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report: 6/3/19 by Reza Chowdhury Swimlane security operations management software delivers purpose-built workflow tools, including automated incident response. Founded by Brian Kafenbaum and Cody Cornell in 2014, Swimlane has now raised a total of $26M in reported equity funding and is backed by investors that include 3Lines, Energy Impact Partners, and Rockies Venture Club. Sitetracker is an Enterprise Project & Asset Management Software. Founded by Brett Cupta and Tim May in 2014, Sitetracker has now raised a total of $45M in reported equity funding and is backed by investors that include Energize Ventures, National Grid Partners (NGP), New Enterprise Associates, Salesforce Ventures, Wells Fargo Strategic Capital, and Inc.. AttackIQ is an automated validation platform to end the guessing game & challenge your security controls. Founded by Stephan Chenette in 2013, AttackIQ has now raised a total of $31.9M in reported equity funding and is backed by investors that include EvoNexus, Index Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Salesforce Ventures, and Telstra Ventures. AttackIQ $17.6M – Series Blast_img

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