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.
Vidrovr, the company developing multimodal computer vision and machine learning systems, has raised $1.25M led by SamsungNEXT Ventures, with participation from Social Starts, Verizon Ventures, R/GA Ventures and 415. The company has raised $1.5M to date.
Quidd, the platform for buying and trading digital goods, has raised $13M in a Series A round of funding from Sequoia Capital. The company has raised $22M over their 3 rounds of funding.
Aquant, the company assisting companies to maximize their products’ uptime, has raised $2.6M in a Seed round of funding from World Trade Ventures, Gil Dibner and Silvertech Ventures. This is the company’s first round of funding.
FinMkt, the B2B2C Kayak for the online financial services industry, has raised $5.4M in Series A funding led by ManchesterStory Group with participation from Vectr Ventures and Perot Jain. Founders Srikanth Goteti and Luan Cox have raised $6.9M over 2 rounds.
Pienso, the machine-learning platform for non-programmers, has raised $2.1M in a Seed round led by Eniac Ventures and joined in by Uncork Capital, The E14 Fund and Indicator Ventures. This is the first round of funding for the company.
Bravely, the company providing conflict coaching for employees with workplace issues, has raised $1.5M in Seed funding led by Primary Venture Partners with participation from Trail Mix Ventures, Correlation Ventures and Brooklyn Bridge Ventures. This marks the company’s first round of funding.
Crux Informatics, the company making data delightful, has raised $10M in a Series A round of funding from Goldman Sachs Principal Investments marking the company’s first round of funding.
Compass, the technology-driven real estate platform, has raised a Series E round of funding of $100M from IVP, Wellington Management and Fidelity Investments. The company has raised $308M over 6 rounds.
lettrs, the messaging app that enables users to share mobile-to-mobile letters, has raised $3M in a Venture round of funding from undisclosed investors. This round raises the company’s total funding amount to $4.7M.
Accern, the company alerting institutional investors about U.S. public companies, has raised $2.1M in Seed funding from undisclosed investors. This is the company’s third round of funding.