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.
Jetty, the modern insurance company, has raised $4M in Seed funding from Ribbit Capital, SV Angel, Social Capital, BoxGroup, Red Swan Ventures, MetaProp NYC and Solon Mack Capital. This marks the first round of funding for the company.
Appboy, the lifecycle engagement platform, has raised $50M in Series D funding led by Iconiq Capital with participation from Sprinklr and InVision. To date, the company has raised $95M.
Parsely, the digital audience engagement platform, has raised $6.8M in Series B funding led by Blumberg Capital and Grotech Ventures, and joined in by Dreamit, FundersClub and Felton Group LLC. The company has raised nearly $13M to date.
Converseon, the leading social strategy and analytics firm, has raised $5M in Series A funding from undisclosed investors. The company has raised $7.5M over their 2 rounds.
Signals Analytics, the company turning big data into actionable insights, has raised $25M in Series C funding led by Pitango Venture Capital, with participation from Sequoia Capital and Qumra Capital. Over 4 rounds the company has raised $55M.
The Young Turks, the political and pop culture media outlet, has raised $20M in a round of Venture funding led by 3L Capital with participation from WndrCo LLC, e.ventures and Greycroft Partners. The company has raised $24M over its 2 rounds.
Socure, the Digital identity verification company, has raised $13.9M in Series B funding led by Commerce Ventures with participation from Two Sigma Ventures, Santander InnoVentures, Work-Bench and Flint Capital. Founders Johnny Ayers and Sunil Madhu have raised $29.4M in their 3 rounds of funding.
Cindicator, providing hybrid Intelligence for financial markets, has raised an Angel round of funding of $200K from undisclosed investors. The company has raised 4 rounds of funding to date.
SponsorShipped, the company connecting conference organizers with sponsors, has raised $250K in Angel funding from undisclosed investors. The company has raised $500K in 2 rounds of funding.