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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According to a recent SEC filing, TradeTapp, the construction vendor management platform founded by Justin Levin in 2015, has raised $500K in funding.
Nomad Health, the first online marketplace for healthcare jobs, has raised $12M in Series B funding led by Polaris Partners with participation from First Round Capital, RRE Ventures, and .406 Ventures. Founded by Alexi Nazem, Kevin Ryan, and Zander Pease in 2015, Nomad Health has now raised a total of $16M in funding over two funding rounds. Full coverage here – This NYC Startup Just Raised $12M to Seamlessly Connect Doctors With Healthcare Institutions for Jobs
Coworking operator Industrious has raised $80M in Series C funding from investors that include Riverwood Capital, Outlook Ventures, Alrai Capital, Fifth Wall, Wells Fargo Capital, Rabina Properties, and Schechter Private Capital. Founded by Jamie Hodari and Justin Stewart in 2013, Industrious has now raised a total of $142M in funding over three reported rounds.
Current, the debit card and app for teenagers to teach them about managing their finances at an early age, has raised $1M in funding from Fifth Third Capital. Founded by Stuart Sopp in 2015, Current has now raised a total of $9.6M over three funding rounds.
Quentis Therapeutics, the biotech company focused using immunotherapy in the treatment of difficult cancers, has raised $48M in funding from investors that include Polaris Partners, Versant Ventures, New York Venture Partners, Alexandria Venture Investments, AbbVie Biotech Ventures, Yonghua Capital, Taiho Pharmaceutical Co. This is the first reported round of funding for the company founded by Juan Cubillos-Ruiz, Laurie Glimcher, and Sarah Bettigole in 2016.
According to a recent SEC filing, Triplemint, the online software-powered real estate brokerage founded by David Walker and Philip Lang in 2011, has raised an additional $1M in funding in what appears to be a bridge round. Investors in previous rounds include Kima Ventures, Fabrice Grinda, Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator, DN Capital, btov Partners, Notion, Winklevoss Capital, Chasella, Archangel, Summit Action, NFQ Capital, Jos White, Tom Falus, Dominion Capital, Jae Heller, and Mike Albanese.
Swayable, media analytics platform that measures whether content changes people minds has raised a Seed round of funding from Y Combinator and Higher Ground Labs. This is the company’s first round of funding.’
Blueprint Income, the subscription-based platform for annuities to ensure fixed retirement income, has raised $2.75M in seed funding from investors that include Plug and Play, NextView Ventures, Green Visor Capital, Financial Solutions Lab, Core Innovation Capital, Kairos, and Jean Chatzky. Founded by Adam Colombo, Matt Carey, and Nimish Shukla, this is the first round of reported funding for Blueprint Income.
101 Edu, the edtech platform that creates mobile tools focused on STEM learning founded by Justin Weinberg and Igor Belyayev in 2014, has raised $2.2M in funding according to a recent SEC filing. The filing lists Ned Renzi of Birchmere Ventures in SF as a director.