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Last week was dominated by big rounds, but it was difficult to find large rounds this week. After a half-dozen startups raising such rounds last week, only two companies raised nine-figure rounds. Strangely, none of the companies that raised large rounds came from California or other states well-known for venture capital -- rather it was Nebraska and New Jersey. It's a strange coincidence, to be sure.
Although it is rare for a Nebraska-based business to be so high up on the list, it is not uncommon. This list was topped by and. , internal management, as well as other investors. Crunchbase data shows that the company was founded in 2006. The fresh round represents the company's first outside investment. Other sites. Online retail reached new heights due to pandemic lockdowns, and consumers were more dependent on the delivered goods.
This week, Vytalize Health will continue to expand its in-home and virtual primary care offerings for seniors. Vytalize Health has partnered with primary care providers with over 250,000 patients to provide point-of-care recommendations based upon data. It aims to fill in the gaps between regular and necessary medical visits for seniors, to reduce unnecessary trips to the emergency department. Crunchbase data shows that the startup, based in Hoboken, New Jersey, was founded in 2014. It has raised almost $176 million.
Cloud computing is becoming more popular among companies, with many of them paying more for it. These companies are increasingly using cloud services, even though their prices are rising. How can they manage their costs? Perhaps with a startup like ProsperOps, based in Austin. Strategic investors. Customers can use the cloud cost optimization platform to monitor their usage and make savings. Crunchbase data shows that this is the startup's first outside funding round since its inception in 2018.
It is difficult to go too far down this list without coming across a company called AI-powered. This week, we have Tome. This startup, based in San Francisco, uses AI to transform users' ideas into a compelling visual story. It can be used to replace a powerpoint presentation that is more static. At a reported valuation of $300 million. Tome was founded in 2020 and has raised $81 million according to the company.
It's important to note that Finch raised $15 million in a Series A in June, in an environment where raising money is becoming harder. Finch will use the cash to expand its coverage to include benefits, payroll and HR systems as well as to open new employment data sectors. Finch was founded in 2020 and has raised $58.6 millions, according to the company.
Over 50 million Americans are affected by neuropsychiatric disorders, including post-traumatic stress disorder. Transcend Therapeutics, a biotech company based in New York, is trying to help those who are affected. These efforts will be supported by the cash infusion. The cash infusion will be used to launch several clinical trials including a phase II study with the next-generation psychoactive compound. Transcend was founded in 2021 and has raised almost $42 million so far.
The company was founded in 2010 and has raised $52 millions, according to Crunchbase.
Crunchbase data shows that the company was founded in 2017 and has raised almost $40 million.
This is Crunchbase's first startup raise. It will be used for Towns, a chat app that uses the web to communicate.
Crunchbase reports that the company was founded in 2015 and has raised more than $25 Million.
Big global deals
Similar to how the largest round in America went to a company in an area that is not well-known for large funding, the second-largest round worldwide was also done in a similar fashion.
A $135 million Series B was closed by, a biotech company in clinical stage, for.
For the period February 18-24, Crunchbase tracked the largest publicly announced rounds raised by U.S-based companies. There is a good chance that not all rounds will be included in the Crunchbase database. However, some rounds may not have been reported until the end of the week.
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