Ginger, Clio, 75F Inc, T-REX, Even Financial, Suplari, Fyllo, Stoke, Sight Machine, TimeClock Plus, among others, announced their latest funding from venture capital companies.
75F Inc., a wireless building automation provider for buildings, has raised $18 million in its Series A round co-led by Breakthrough Energy Ventures and Climate Initiative with participation from Building Ventures, Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, and Clean Energy Trust. 75F Inc has raised $25 million to date.
T-REX, an analytics and data solution for complex investments, announced a new funding round led by Citi, the Westly Group, and Viola Fintech, with participation from innogy and Macquarie Capital.
Clio, a legal technology company, has raised $250 million in Series D funding from TCV and JMI Equity.
Ginger, a provider of on-demand behavioral health, has raised $35 million in its Series C funding round led by WP Global Partners with participation of City Light Capital, Nimble Ventures, LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner, as well as existing investors Khosla Ventures, Kaiser Permanente Ventures, and Kapor Capital. Ginger raised $63 million to date.
Even Financial, a leading API for financial services search, acquisition, and monetization, has raised $25 million led by Citi Ventures and co-led by MassMutual Ventures, with additional participation from LendingClub and existing investors American Express Ventures, Canaan Partners, F-Prime Capital, GreatPoint Ventures, and Goldman Sachs. Even has raised $50 million to date.
Suplari, a provider of AI-driven enterprise insights system for procurement, finance, and IT, has received financing from Amplify Partners, Madrona Venture Group, Shasta Ventures, Two Sigma Ventures, and Workday Ventures.
Bellwether Coffee has closed a $40-million Series B round led by DBL Partners and brothers Lyndon and Peter Rive. Additional participating investors include FusionX, Congruent Ventures, Coffee Bell, Tandem Capital, Spindrift Equities, XN Ventures, Balius Partners and Hardware Club.
Fyllo, a marketing technology platform for the cannabis industry, has raised $16 million in startup financing led by JW Asset Management and Canadian-based K2 & Associates, with other investors also making commitments.
Stoke, an on-demand talent platform, has raised $4.5 million in seed round funding round led by TLV Partners with participation from Bogomil Balkansky (former VP Cloud Recruiting Solutions at Google), Flatiron Health founder Zach Weinberg, Boaz Chalamish (CEO of Clarizen), and others.
Sight Machine, a digital manufacturing platform, has received a venture capital investment from Sony Innovation Fund (SIF) in its Series C venture round. Sight Machine announced a $29.4 million funding in April.
TimeClock Plus, a leading workforce management software provider, announced a majority investment from funds advised by Providence Equity Partners.