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.
Gett, the on-demand transportation service, raised $300M in Private Equity funding from Volkswagen Group. Founders Shahar Waiser and Roi More have raised $520M over their 7 rounds.
The conference and meeting network, Convene, raised $20M in Series B Funding led by Brookfield Property Group and further participation from Sunrise Capital Partners, Boathouse Capital, Conversion Capital and Arrowpoint Partners. With this round, founder Christopher Kelly has raised $45.5M over just 3 rounds.
Krossover, the sport video analysis platform, raised $20M in a Series B round from investors David Robinson, Dan Gilbert and Stephen M. Ross. Founder Vasu Kulkarni has now raised $34.36M over 8 rounds of funding. We’ll sit down with the Krossover team later this week to discuss this funding.
Propellr, the company that provides family offices and individuals with access to alternative investment opportunities, has raised a $1.6M Convertible Note for founder Todd Lippiatt’s first round of funding.
Take the Interview, the startup helping organizations hire more efficiently, has raised $5M in Series B funding led by 3TS Capital Partners with help from Rittenhouse Ventures and StarVest Partners. The company has now raised $10.8M over 5 rounds.
SeamlessDocs, the company digitizing government PDF and other forms, has raised $7M in a Series B round of funding led by Motorola Solutions with participation from New York State Innovation Fund, 1776 and Govtech Fund. The company has now raised $14.7M for their sixth round of funding.
Packet Host, the bare metal cloud for developers, raised $300K in a round of Debt Financing for the company’s third round following 2 Seed rounds.
Knoa Software, the leading provider in enterprise and cloud solutions, has raised a Venture round of $500K for founder Yee-Ping Wu’s tenth round of funding.
Toonimo, the service providing audio-visual walkthroughs for your website, raised $2.1M in a Venture round from Lightspeed Venture Partners. Founders Ohad Rozen and Dan Kotlicki have raised $5.6M and their third round.
Skyfit, the on-demand fitness classes for every workout, has raised a Convertible Note of $1.1M from Paul Arnold, Pejman Mar Ventures and Arena Ventures. This is the company’s second round of funding.
Dashlane, the company providing secure digital wallets and identities, has raised $22.5M in a Series C round led by Transunion and participation from Bessemer Venture Partners, FirstMark Capital and Rho Ventures. We’ll sit down with the Dashlane team later this week to discuss this funding.
Meural, the company building beautiful digital canvas’, raised $2.5M in Seed funding led by Corgin Ventures with participation from Elio Sceti, Francois Bennahmias, and Barbara Corcoran Venture Partners. The company has now raised their second round to date. We’ll sit down with the Meural team later this week to discuss this funding.
Wellth, the healthcare company that gives you savings for healthy living, has raised a $2M Seed round from Koh Founders, AltaIR Capital, I2BF Global Ventures, Beta Bridge Capital and AXA Strategic Ventures. Founders Alec Zopf and Matthew Loper have raised $2.4M over their 2 rounds. We sat down with the Wellth team earlier in the week to discuss the funding – This NYC Startup Just Raised $2M to Pay You To Do This
Skillshare, the learning community for creators, has raised $12M in Series B funding led by Amasia and Omidyar Network with participation from Spark Capital and Union Square Ventures. The founders, Michael Karnjanaprakorn and Malcolm Ong, have raised $22.75M over 5 rounds.
Accomplysh, the college student productivity app has raised an Angel round for the company’s second round of funding. The company is helping students collaborate and connect with fellow classmates.