The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 11/9/2023 featuring funding details for Arch, Chptr, and much more. This page will be updated throughout the day to reflect any new fundings.
Arch – $20M
Arch, a private investment management platform for streamlining operating and reporting workflows, has raised $20M in Series A funding from investors that include Menlo Ventures, Quiet Capital, Craft Ventures, Citi Ventures, Focus Financial Partners, GPS Investment Partners, Gary Cohn, Marc Spilker, and Scott Prince. Founded by Jason Trigg, Joel Stein, and Ryan Eisenman in 2018, Arch has now raised a total of $25.5M in reported equity funding.
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Chptr – $1.5M
Chptr, a memorialization platform where people can gather and share digital memories of lost loved ones, has raised $1.5M in Seed funding from investors that include Gaingels, Lucas Venture Group, Grit Capital Partners, Singularity Capital, Accel Starters, Ganas Ventures, and Tubbs Ventures. Founded by Parker Duffey and Rehan Choudhry in 2020, Chptr has now raised a total of $3.9M in reported equity funding.
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