Tech funding: TurboTenant, Upfluence, TAPPP

TurboTenant, Upfluence, TAPPP, among others, have announced their latest fund raising achievements.

TurboTenant, a free internet platform for tenants and landlords, raised $2.2 million in new funding — led by Kirk Holland of Access Venture Partnersin Denver, Colorado.

Service Provider Capital, an early stage venture fund, Michael Beaudoin, co-founder of HomeAdvisor and Karl Sowa, former CMO of HomeAdvisor are the new investors in TurboTenant.


Upfluence, a SaaS influencer marketing platform, announced $3.6 million in Series A investment — led by the tech entrepreneurs’ fund, ISAI, with additional participation from the investment group, French Partners.


TAPPP, a New York based pre-paid platform enabling global access to live sports content, has secured $5 million in Series A financing, led by leAD Sports/OurCrowd’s ADvantage Fund. The financing also includes the backing of a number of leading venture capital firms and sports technology investors, including Accomplice, Elysian Park, Go4it, Courtside VC and Sterling.VC.


AnchorFree, a provider of security solutions for mobile privacy, has closed a $295 million investment led by WndrCo with participation from Accel, 8VC, SignalFire, Green Bay Ventures, and other technology investors and executives.


Roblox, an online entertainment platform, has closed a $150 million in Series F financing led by Greylock Partners and Tiger Global Management with participation from existing investors including Altos Ventures, Index Ventures, and Meritech Capital Partners.


Factual, a location data company, raised $42 million from new and existing investors, with participation from Upfront Ventures and Felicis Ventures, among others. The raise brings Factual’s total funding to $104 million.


iQIYI, an online entertainment service in China, announced that iQIYI Sports, a joint venture between iQIYI and Super Sports Media, has secured RMB 850 million in investment in Series A round of financing.


Sentera, a Minneapolis-based digital agriculture technology provider, has raised $14 million in Series A funding – led by Chicago-based S2G Ventures, New York-based Continental Grain Company, and Washington, DC-based Middleland Capital, lead Sentera’s new funding group.


Launchmetrics, a marketing platform and analytics solution for the fashion, luxury and cosmetic industries, has closed $50 million in financing led by Bpifrance, followed by Seventure, Cipio Partners and Famille C (Famille Courtin-Clarins).


ThinCI, an AI hardware start-up developing computing platforms, closed $65 million series C funding round — led by DENSO and Temasek. Other investors include GGV Capital, Mirai Creation Fund – backed by Toyota and other limited partners – and Daimler.

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