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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, the company designing websites for restaurants, has raised $4.8M in Series A funding led by Bullpen Capital with participation from Clark Valberg, RiverPark Ventures, Paul Appelbaum, Jason Finger and LaunchCapital, bringing the company’s total funding to $6.1M.
, the digital clinic for women, has raised $10.8M in Series A funding led by Spring Mountain Capital with participation from Female Founders Fund, BoxGroup, 8VC and 14W. Founder Katherine Ryder has raised $15.8M over 3 rounds.
, the company that is purchasing your used high end handbags, has raised $15.5M in Series A funding led by General Catalyst and Novator with participation from Big Sur Ventures, U-Start, Crosslink Capital and FJ Labs. The company has raised $28M over 4 rounds.
, the rental platform for students, has raised $2.75M in a round of Venture funding from Solon Mack Capital, Sterling.VC, Expansion Venture Capital, Corigin Ventures and Tribeca Venture Partners. The company has raised $5M to date.
Grovo, the micro-learning platform for the modern workforce, has raised $11.3M in Series D funding from undisclosed investors. The company has raised $73.3M over 5 rounds.
Source3, the end-to-end platform for management of intellectual property, has been acquired by Facebook for an undisclosed amount. The company had raised $4M over 2 rounds prior to the acquisition.
ExecOnline, the company providing executive training solutions, has raised $16M in Series B funding led by Newspring Capital with participation from New Atlantic Ventures, Thomas Lehrman, Kaplan and Osage Venture Partners. Founder Stephen Bailey has raised $22.93M in 5 rounds of funding.
Hoplite, the Citi-Bike for smartphone chargers, has raised a Seed round of funding from Makers Boot Camp for the company’s first round of funding.