VC funding: Haoqipei, Valtix, Valimail, Expel, Whitebox

Haoqipei, Valtix, Valimail, Expel, Whitebox, among others, announced their latest VC funding from VC investors.
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Haoqipei

Haoqipei, a business-to-business (B2B) auto parts trading platform, has closed $60 million in Series D financing – led by Access Technology Ventures with participation from existing investors such as XVC Venture Capital, Jeneration Capital, DCM and SIG.

Valimail

Valimail, a provider of anti-phishing technologies designed to stop fake email, has raised $45 million Series C investment from Insight Partners. Earlier investors include Tenaya Capital, Shasta Ventures, Bloomberg Beta, and Flybridge Capital Partners. Valimail has now raised a total of $84 million in funding since its founding in 2015.

Valtix

Valtix, a cloud-native network security platform, has raised over $14 million in funding from Trinity Ventures, Vertex Ventures and Wing Venture Capital.

SmartRent

SmartRent, a smart home automation platform company, has closed a $32 million Series B funding round led by Bain Capital Ventures along with additional investment from RET Ventures and multifamily operators including UDR, Essex Property Trust, and Starwood Capital.

Expel

Expel, a managed security company, has raised $40 million in Series C funding — led by Index Ventures with participation from Battery Ventures, Greycroft, NEA, Paladin Capital Group and Scale Venture Partners. Expel has secured $67.5 million in funding to date.

Whitebox

Whitebox, the e-commerce automation technology company, has closed a $5 million Series A financing round led by TDF Ventures. New investor David Williams, CEO of Merkle, has joined existing major investors such as Chris Brandenburg, co-Founder and CTO of Millennial Media.

Finwego

Finwego, a fin-tech company, has raised $1.7 million from SAIF Partners along with a group of HNIs and angels in a fresh round of funding.

Enboarder

Enboarder, a HR technology company, has closed $8 million in Series A financing – led by Greycroft. New investors such as Next Coast Ventures and Stage 2 Capital also participated in the round. Enboarder’s total funding reached $12 million to-date.