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#NYCtech Week in Review

 

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With so much going on in the city’s thriving ecosystem, it is easy to miss some of the happenings in the space. We keep you abreast of a few of things that you may have missed in NYC Tech News this week including the fundings, exits, and events.

Mission 360, the online fitness and wellness community, has raised $250K in Angel funding from undisclosed investors. This is Erin Sykes’ first round of funding for the company.

FeedVisor, the startup that is helping online retailers embrace Big Data, has raised $20M in Series B funding. Investors in the round include Inception Micro-Angel Fund – West, Oryzn Capital, JAL Ventures, Square Peg Capital and General Catalyst Partners.

Voray, the company creating more authentic business relationship building, has raised $4M in Seed funding from undisclosed investors. The company has raised $5M over 2 rounds.

Reserve, the company enhancing the dining experience, has raised $10M in Series B funding led by Expa Capital with participation from Human Ventures and First Round. Founders Joe Marchese and Greg Hong have raised $24M to date.

GoKid, the app to schedule your child’s carpools, has raised $1M in Seed funding from InMotion and Fontinalis Partners. This is the company’s first round.

LendingFront, the small and medium enterprise lending software, has raised a Venture round of funding led by Las Olas Venture Capital (LOVC), with participation from ValueStream Labs, SixThirty – FinTech Accelerator, Struck Capital and UMB Banks. The company has raised one round to date.

 


 

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