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The AlleyWatch NYC Startup Daily Funding Report: 7/12/18

Here are the latest venture capital, seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 7/12/18. This page will be updated throughout the day to reflect any new fundings.

Spring Health
$6M - Seed
Spring Health, the mental health platform for employers, has raised $6M in Seed funding from investors that include Rethink Impact, BBG Ventures, The Partnership Fund for New York City, Work-Bench, RRE Ventures, William K. Warren Foundation. The company was founded by Abhishek Chandra, Adam Chekroud, April Koh in 2016 and has now raised a total of $8M in funding. Read full coverage of Spring Health's seed round.
$50M - Series D
Greenhouse, the recruitment optimization platform for companies, has raised $50M in Series D funding from private equity firm Riverwood Capital. Founded by Daniel Chait and Jon Stross in 2012, Greenhouse has now raised a total of$110.1M in funding over seven funding rounds.
Nestio, the marketing and leasing management platform for residential landlords and brokers, has raised an additional $4.5M in funding from investors that include Trinity Ventures, LeFrak, Camber Creek, Rudin Ventures, Currency M (The Moinian Group), The Durst Organization Inc., and Torch Venture Capital. Founded by Caren Maio, Matt Raoul, and Mike O'Toole in 2011, Nestio has now raised a total of $16.4M in funding over seven funding rounds.
According to a recent SEC filing, Applecart, the social graph platform to identify meaningful interpersonal relationships founded by Anthony Liveris, Matthew Kalmans, and Sacha Samotin in 2013, has raised $4.05M in funding. The filing indicates that there were 2 parties involved in the deal and the total offering is for $6M.
Training Amigo
Training Amigo, the cloud-based wellness and preventative health platform for employers and individuals founded by Nathan Figg in 2013, has raised $150K in funding according to a recent SEC filing.
According to a recent SEC filing, BlockFi the lending platform that uses crypto as collateral founded by Zac Prince in August of 2017, has raised an additional $2.3M in funding.
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