14 new deals and $300M in funding for the week. NYC Tech News for the week ending 1/22 featuring news for Trading.TV, Chatdesk, StrongArm Technologies, and much, much more…
Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) are public health centers that are focused on helping at-risk and underserved populations. These community health centers are governed by federal laws for Medicare and Medicaid and thus qualify for federal reimbursement and other benefits. There are over 1400 official FQHCs in the United States and another 14,000+ affiliated look-alikes that serve over 30M patients per annum. Yuvo Health brings technology to manage the administrative and managed care functions of these FQHCs. There’s been a growing trend towards value-based care and with the platform, community health centers are able to embrace this new model by handling contracting with payors to deliver preventative, rather than reactive care. This ultimately leads to better patient outcomes, increased quality in care, and optimized spending. AlleyWatch caught up with Yuvo Health CEO and Cofounder Cesar Herrera to learn more about how the founding team’s experience with the healthcare system led to the founding of the business, the importance of its value-based care solution for community health centers, the company’s strategic plans, and latest round of funding from investors that include AlleyCorp, AV8 Ventures, New York Ventures, Laconia Capital, and Brooklyn Bridge Ventures.
The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 1/18/2022 featuring funding details for Pinwheel, Anonybit, and much more.
Another strong week with 13 deals and in excess of half a billion dollars invested in New York companies. NYC Tech News for the week ending 1/15 featuring news for Gameto, Bolster, IronVest, and much, much more.
$300M in new funding across six deals including two that have never been reported previously. The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 1/12/2022 featuring funding details for Outlines, Diana Health, and much more.
The global frozen foods industry is expected to grow to $65B by 2024 with the growth largely driven by vegan foods. The pandemic caused meal delivery kits to boom in 2020 with consumers looking for healthy and convenient options at affordable prices during lockdown. Busy working professionals and young families are expected to maintain the demand as we enter a post-COVID era. Mosaic Foods is a plant-based frozen meal delivery service that’s looking to capitalize on this demand. Founded by two former management consultants working long hours that were looking to find healthy alternatives to takeout, the company offers a diverse line of products ranging from family meals, oat bowls, and soups. Each meal is shipped frozen and requires zero prep – no chopping, cooking, or cleanup. The company offers Mosaic+, which provides chef-crafted meals developed in partnership with New York’s top chefs and restaurants. Pricing for 12 meals comes out to $101.88 or about $8.50 per meal. AlleyWatch caught up with Cofounders Matt Davis and Sam McIntire to learn more about the inspiration for the business, the company’s expanding product offering, the company’s latest funding from investors that include Gather Ventures, Greycroft, and Alleycorp.
Despite it being a holiday-shortened week there was still just shy of $1.2B invested into NYC startups last week. NYC Tech News for the week ending 11/27 featuring news for Updater, 3i, Verbit, and much, much more.
The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 11/26/2021 featuring funding details for Mosaic Foods, Sollis Health, and much more.
A home typically represents the single largest asset that individuals or families have. Yet, there has not been much technology devoted to making the management of a home more seamless. Homeownership requires not only financial commitments but a significant investment in time. Humming Homes is on a mission to streamline the experience with technology. It’s an end-to-end home management platform that provides continual access to home service experts, a vetted marketplace of vendors for all home maintenance and renovation needs, as well as a console that provides data-driven insight to get a holistic understanding of your homeownership maintenance needs. The platform is currently servicing “mass-affluent” markets with single-family homes like the Hamptons, Westchester, and Greenwich, with imminent plans for expansion to South Florida, Los Angeles, Scottsdale, Austin, Houston. AlleyWatch caught up with Humming Homes CEO and Cofounder Adeel Mallick to learn more about the genesis for the business, the company’s strategic plans, and latest round of funding from investors that include Greycroft, AlleyCorp, Sound Ventures, Thrive Capital, New Valley Ventures (Vector Group LTD.), and Abby Levy.
5 new fundings totaling in excess of $400M! The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 10/12/2021 featuring funding details for WattBuy, Bond Vet, and much more.
Over $4B in new capital deployed during September. Learn more about some of the ground-breaking rounds that shaped the NYC funding landscape.