The Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report 42219

first_img Pilot $40M – Series B Tagged With:  Gina Bartasi,  Joanne Schneider, Adam Robinson, Aditya Khosla, Andrew Beck, Andrew Kinzer, Andrew Kitchell, BacklotCars, Ben Eachus, Cynthia Hudson, Daphne Koller, Eduardo Vilar, EverlyWell, Fabricio Solanes, Flowspace, Gary Hoberman, Gordon Hempton, Hireology, Insitro, Jason Harbert, Jeff Arnold, Jeff Ellman, Jessica McKellar, Joe Fraiman, Josh Parsons, Julia Cheek, Justin Davis, Kindbody, Kyle Larson, Lyric, Mark Schnittman, Max Makeev, Michael Krasman, Mike Brody, Outreach, Owl Labs, PathAI, Payfone, Pilot, Returnly, Rodger Desai, Ryan Davis, Unqork, Waseem Daher, Wes Hather Payfone $24M – Series G 219SHARESFacebookTwitterLinkedin San Francisco-based Lyric is working hand-in-hand with the largest multi-family companies to design & manage a new category of accommodations. Founded by Andrew Kitchell, Joe Fraiman, and Kyle Larson in 2014, Lyric has now raised a total of $99M in reported equity funding. Lyric $80M – Series B Unqork $22M – Series A New York-based Payfone is a mobile and digital identity authentication solutions provider for businesses. Founded by Mike Brody and Rodger Desai in 2008, Payfone has now raised a total of $112.1M in reported equity funding. New York-based Kindbody provides a full range of health, fertility services, and treatments for women. Founded by Cynthia Hudson, Gina Bartasi, and Joanne Schneider in 2018, Kindbody has now raised a total of $21.3M in reported equity funding. Hireology $27M – Series D Owl Labs $15M – Series B Notable startup fundings for the week ending 4/20/19 featuring funding details for Outreach, Payfone, Flowspace, and much more…PREVIOUS POSTNEXT POST Seattle-based Outreach is a sales engagement platform that accelerates revenue growth by optimizing interactions throughout the customer lifecycle. Founded by Andrew Kinzer, Gordon Hempton, and Wes Hather in 2013, Outreach has now raised a total of $239M in reported equity funding. Outreach $114M – Series E BacklotCars $25M – Series B South San Francisco-based Insitro is revolutionizing pharmaceutical R&D by leveraging machine learning for drug discovery. Founded by Daphne Koller in 2018, Insitro has now raised a total of $100M in reported equity funding. Kindbody $15M – Series Acenter_img Returnly $19M – Series B Kansas City-based BacklotCars allows auto dealers, auto finance, and rental car companies to transact without having to go to physical auctions. Founded by Fabricio Solanes, Josh Parsons, Justin Davis, and Ryan Davis in 2014, BacklotCars has now raised a total of $37.8M in reported equity funding. Chicago-based Hireology is a staffing and hiring platform for the franchise and retail-automotive industries. Founded by Adam Robinson, Jeff Ellman, and Michael Krasman in 2010, Hireology has now raised a total of $52.53M in reported equity funding. New York-based Unqork is an enterprise software company with a no-code platform for insurance and financial services. Founded by Gary Hoberman in 2017, Unqork has now raised a total of $27.17M in reported equity funding. Insitro $100M – Series A San Francisco-based Pilot is a tech company solving bookkeeping for startups and small businesses. Founded by Jeff Arnold, Jessica McKellar, and Waseem Daher in 2016, Pilot has now raised a total of $58.3M in reported equity funding. EverlyWell $50M – Series A Los Angeles-based Flowspace provides on-demand warehousing for business. Founded by Ben Eachus and Jason Harbert in 2017, Flowspace has now raised a total of $15.52M in reported equity funding. San Francisco-based Returnly helps online retailers and brands bring frictionless returns to the modern shopper. Founded by Eduardo Vilar in 2014, Returnly has now raised a total of $30.22M in reported equity funding. The Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report: 4/22/19 by AlleyWatch PathAI $60M – Series B Boston-based PathAI’s goal is to improve cancer diagnosis using artificial intelligence. Founded by Aditya Khosla and Andrew Beck in 2016, PathAI has now raised a total of $75.2M in reported equity funding. Austin-based EverlyWell is a digital health platform that provides at-home health tests and lab results. Founded by Julia Cheek in 2015, EverlyWell has now raised a total of $55M in reported equity funding. Flowspace $12M – Series A Boston-based Owl is the first plug-and-play smart video camera. Founded by Mark Schnittman and Max Makeev in 2014, Owl Labs has now raised a total of $22.3M in reported equity funding. last_img read more