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.
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Carmera, the 3D map providers, has raised $6.4M in a Venture round of funding led by Matrix Partners, and joined by Semil Shah, Bre Pettis, Joe Montana, Notation Capital and Resolute Venture Partners. This is the company’s second round of funding.
, the marketplace connecting investors and operators of real estate, has raised $65M in Series C funding led by Andreessen Horowitz with participation from Thrive Capital, Khosla Ventures, Goldman Sachs, General Catalyst, Ford Foundation and Jim Breyer. The company has raised $133M to date.
Workey, the career guide uncovering new job opportunities, has raised $8M in Series A funding led by Magma Venture Partners and PICO Partners. The company has raised $9.6M over their 2 rounds of funding.
Untuckit, the NYC apparel brand, has raised $30M in a Venture round of funding from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers for the company’s first round of funding.
Fieldlens, the communication and collaboration tool for construction projects, announced that it was acquired by WeWork for an undisclosed sum. Fieldens was founded in 2011 by Matt Sena and Doug Chambers and had raised $12.91M across five rounds prior to the acquisition. Investors in Fieldlens include Primary Venture Partners, Softbank Capital, Lerer Hippeau Ventures, Quotidian Ventures, and others. No word on whether WeWork will sunset the public facing platform but the team has been retained with the exception of sales personnel.
FleetWit, the mobile trivia app, has raised $1.03M in an Angel round of funding from undisclosed investors. This marks David Metz’s second round of funding.
Daily Harvest, the company that delivers ready to blend smoothies, has raised an undisclosed amount in Series A funding from WME Ventures, Collaborative Fund, 14W and Rubicon Venture Capital. This is the founder Rachel Drori’s second round of funding.
OneQube, the digital audience software automation company announced the acquisition of two companies – Internet Media Labs and Them Digital. Terms of both deals were not disclosed. “The combination of Internet Media Labs and Them Digital enables startups to Fortune 500 companies to build powerful social media and content audiences on a single platform, and harness their collective network effect to grow their reach, brand awareness, traffic, and transactions.” said OneQube Exec Chairman Peter Bordes.
Viridis Learning, the company that matches skill deficiencies with local employer needs, has raised $7.5M in a Venture round of funding led by Salesforce Ventures with participation from Thayer Ventures. The company has raised 5 funding rounds and previously acquired Student Blueprint.
FullStack Modular, the company providing real estate turnkey solutions, has raised $6M in Series A funding led by McCourt Global with participation from Daniel Levine, Jonathan Langer, Jonathan Grunzweig, Lloyd Goldman and Lawrence Benenson. This is the company’s first round of funding.