Thursday, April 7, 2016

Funding and M&A Activity Across the Techstars Ecosystem

The past three months have seen some exciting funding news for Techstars companies! Congratulations to:

Also, a big shout out to the Techstars companies below that have recently received investments!  

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DataRobot (Cloud '13), the Boston-based company that brings machine learning and data-science tools to businesses, raised $33M in a Series B round in February.
Latch (R/GA '15), is the first smart access system that works for your apartment, your office and your home. Latch recently raised $10.5M in a Series A round led by Lux Capital. 
StatMuse (Disney '15), is an artificial intelligence platform to help sports fans explore data using simple, natural language. StatMuse received $10M in a Series A round in late January.
Wunder (Boulder '14), the company that provides the solar expertise and partnerships necessary to make investing in, diversifying, and optimizing a solar portfolio delightfully simple, recently raised $3.6M in a new round of financing.
Naritiv (Disney '14), announced a $3M Series A round led by Third Wave Digital in February. Naritiv is the platform that connects brands and advertisers with influencers on Snapchat  
dopay (Barclays London '14), the SaaS solution that provides payroll services to both banked and unbanked workers, recently announced a $2.4M pre-Series A round.
GreatHorn (NYC '15), is a cloud security platform that helps detect and prevent spear phishing and credential theft attacks in realtime. GreatHorn announced a $2.25M seed funding round this past March. 
Infiniscene (Chicago '15) recently raised $1.8M to scale-up and improve their existing platform. Infiniscene is a broadcast studio in the cloud that empowers gamers to easily create live broadcasts from their browser. 
eRated (London '14), creates a single identity for e-commerce sites, allowing online buyers and sellers to utilize their already existing reputation everywhere they go. eRated raised $1.7M in late January.
Chainalysis (Barclays NYC '15) has raised $1.6M in funding. Chainalysis specializes in countering money laundering and fraud in the digital currency industry. 
Gorgias (NYC '15), the automated helpdesk enabling companies to respond faster to customers, recently raised $1.5M.
Tenacity (Sprint '14), is a scientific cloud application to engage, retain and optimize your contact center workforce. The company raised $1.5M in funding this past February.
Socedo (Microsoft '12), raised $1.5M earlier this year. Socedo is an automated social media lead generation tool.
Datapath.io (Berlin '15) raised $1.1M this past February. Datapath.io is a network performance management solution.
DataCamp (NYC '15) is an online Data Science school that uses video lessons and coding challenges. DataCamp recently announced that they secured another $1M in funding.

 




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