Glassbox, CyberMDX, Pure Harvest Smart Farms, among others, announced their latest VC funding rounds.
U.S.-Israeli CyberMDX, a healthcare cybersecurity provider, has raised $20 million in funding, bringing its fundraising total to $30 million.
The latest investment was led by French insurer Sham, a subsidiary of the Relyens group, a European insurance and risk management provider for healthcare. Existing investors Pitango Venture Capital and Qure Ventures also participated in the round.
CyberMDX said it will use the funding to boost geographic expansion and marketing activities. The investment will also enable the company to expand its technology platform and research capabilities to assist hospitals in securing and managing network connected devices.
Glassbox, which has developed an analytics platform aimed at improving user experiences on web and mobile applications, has raised $40 million in a funding round led by Brighton Park Capital.
Existing investors include Updata Partners, Ibex Investors, Gefen Capital and CEIIF. The latest round brings the company’s total funding to $70 million.
Glassbox, which is headquartered in London, with offices in New York and Tel Aviv, said it will use the funding to expand globally and to enhance its products.
Pure Harvest Smart Farms
United Arab Emirates agriculture technology start-up Pure Harvest Smart Farms has raised $20.6 million in fresh funding and secured commitments for a further $100 million.
Wafra International, an investment firm owned by the Kuwait state pension agency, is investing $10 million of the new funding, and committing $100 million in equity and project financing.