Tech funding: Broadly, Maven, Movista, Akselos

Twenty Billion Neurons, Broadly, Maven, Movista, LightPoint Financial Technology, Capella Space, among others, have announced their latest technology funding round.
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Broadly, a chat platform for local businesses, has raised a $10 million Series B round, co-led by original investor Foundry Group and new partner Calibrate Ventures. They are joined by Team Builder Ventures, also a repeat investor.


Movista, a supplier of labor and workforce management software, announced its $12 million Series A growth equity investment — led by New York based Level Equity.

LightPoint Financial Technology

LightPoint Financial Technology, an analytics technology provider, announced the completion of a Series A investment round – led by Citco Group of Companies and Ares Management.


Maven, a digital health company, announced $27 million in Series B funding led by Sequoia Capital and Oak HC/FT with participation from existing investors Spring Mountain Capital, 14W, and Female Founders Fund.

Twenty Billion Neurons

Twenty Billion Neurons, a provider of interactive computer vision and artificial intelligence (AI) solutions, announced $10 million Series A funding round – led by M12, Microsoft’s venture fund, with participation from Coparion, Creative Edge, and MFV Partners.

Capella Space

Capella Space, an aerospace and information services company providing on-demand Earth observation data via advanced space radar, announced $19 million Series B funding led by Spark Capital and DCVC (Data Collective) and joined by Mark VC and Harmony Partners among other investors.


Akselos announced the completion of a $10 million financing round led by innogy Ventures, with Shell Ventures as co-investor.


pymetrics, an enterprise SaaS company that uses neuroscience and AI to ensure accuracy in the recruitment process, has closed a $40 million Series B funding round led by General Atlantic, a global growth equity firm. This funding round also includes participation from new investors Salesforce Ventures and Workday Ventures, and existing investors Khosla Ventures and Jazz Venture Partners.


Teraki, a technology leader in AI and edge processing, has raised $3 million in cumulative seed financing and government grants, with new investors Paladin Capital Group and GPS Ventures joining previous investors including Deutsche Telekom hub:raum.


Compass, a real estate technology company, announced a $400 million Series F financing round — led by the Softbank Vision Fund and Qatar Investment Authority (QIA), with participation from Wellington, IVP and Fidelity. This investment will bring the total capital raised to nearly $1.2 billion.


Guardhat, a leading Internet of Things (IoT) industrial safety technology developer, has closed a $20 million Series A funding round — led by RTP Ventures and joined by 3M Ventures, Caterpillar Venture Capital, Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, SVB and DVP.


Cyber-security firm Darktrace has raised $50 million in its series E funding round led by European private equity firm Vitruvian Partners. The funding round also included existing investors KKR & Co and TenEleven Ventures. The company, founded in 2013, has raised a total of $229 million so far.


Softomotive, a provider of Robotic Process Automation (RPA), announced its Series A financing round of $25 million with Grafton Capital.


Netradyne, a provider of artificial intelligence (AI) technology focusing on driver and fleet safety, announced $21 million in new Series B funding – led by Reliance Industries, M12, Microsoft’s corporate venture arm, and Point72 Ventures.

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