$13M – Series A
Comet, the machine learning operations solutions, has raised $13M in Series A funding from investors that include Scale Venture Partners, Trilogy Equity Partners, and Two Sigma Ventures. Founded by Gideon Mendels and Nimrod Lahav in 2017, Comet has now raised a total of $19.8M in reported equity funding.
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$115M – Venture
Ramp, the provider of corporate credit cards and expense tracking software, has raised $115M in Venture funding from investors that include Goldman Sachs, Redpoint, Founders Fund, BoxGroup, Thrive Capital, Coatue, D1 Capital Partners, Bradley Horowitz, Stripe, Neo, and Contrary. Founded by Eric Glyman, Gene Lee, and Karim Atiyeh in 2019, Ramp has now raised a total of $170M in reported equity funding.
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$3.6M – Seed
Walnut, the buy it now, pay later financing solution for the healthcare industry, has raised $3.6M in Seed funding from investors that include TA Ventures, Gradient Ventures, Supernode Ventures, 2048 Ventures, and Polymath Capital. Walnut was founded by Roshan Patel in 2020.
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$250K – funding according to a recent SEC filing
VAWAA, a platform for finding micro-apprenticeships with master artists catered towards travelers wanting to learn new skills, has raised $250K in funding according to a recent SEC filing. The filing indicates that the total offering is for $2M, the transaction is structured as a convertible note, and this close comes from two investors. Founded by Geetika Agrawal in 2015, VAWAA has now raised a total of $505K in reported equity funding.
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