VC funding:, MindTickle, Brainly, Trinity Cyber, MindTickle, Brainly, Trinity Cyber, Neudata, Catalyst, Confluera, Attabotics, among others, announced their latest VC funding from venture capital firms.
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Israel’s, a work management platform, has raised $150 million in a late-stage financing round, bringing total funding to $234.1 million.

Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm Sapphire Ventures led the round with participation from Hamilton Lane, HarbourVest Partners, ION Crossover Partners and Vintage Investment Partners.


MindTickle, a provider of Sales Readiness technology, has secured $40 million in Series C funding – led by new investor Norwest Venture Partners with participation from all existing investors including Accel Partners, Canaan, NewView Capital, a spinout of New Enterprise Associates, and Qualcomm Ventures LLC. This round brings MindTickle’s funding to more than $81 million.


Brainly, a peer-to-peer learning community for students, parents and teachers, has raised $30 million led by Naspers, with participation from Runa Capital and Manta Ray. The latest investment brings total funding to date up to $68.5 million.


CI&T, a digital transformation company, announced that Advent International, a global private equity investor, has agreed to make a strategic minority investment in CI&T. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Trinity Cyber

Start-up Trinity Cyber has raised $23 million in funding from top institutional investors led by Intel Capital.


Neudata, a global alternative data evaluation company, announced the completion of a $1 million funding round, with participation from existing and new investors.


Catalyst, an intuitive Customer Success Platform (CSP), announced a $15 million Series A funding round led by Accel. Catalyst had previously raised a $2.4 million seed round led by True Ventures followed by a $3 million round led by Work-Bench, bringing the total raised to $20.4 million.


Confluera, a real-time cybersecurity company, has raised $9 million in Series A led by Lightspeed’s Founder & Managing Partner Ravi Mhatre with significant participation by John W. Thompson, former CEO of Symantec and chairman of Microsoft; Frank Slootman, former CEO of ServiceNow; and Lane Bess, former CEO of Palo Alto Networks.


Attabotics, a 3D robotics supply chain company, has raised $25 million in Series B funding from financial and strategic investors. Participants in the round include Coatue, Comcast Ventures, and Honeywell alongside returning early investors Forerunner Ventures and Werklund Growth Fund. Attabotics has raised $32.7 million in funding to date.


Solana, a web-scale blockchain provider, has raised $20 million in a Series A round led by Multicoin Capital, with participation from Distributed Global, Blocktower Capital, Foundation Capital, Blockchange VC, Slow Ventures, NEO Global Capital, Passport Capital and Rockaway Ventures.


FinFit, a fin-tech company, has raised $7 million in Series B funding — led by Galaxy Investment Partners, the family office of Michael Novogratz, with participation from existing investors Bison Capital Asset Management, and others.


Kony, a cloud-based digital application company, announced that BMO’s Technology and Innovation Banking group has provided Kony with $37 million in debt financing, including $10 million of new financing.


Socio, an event management platform for organizations to optimize their live events, has raised $6 million in Series A funding – led by High Alpha Capital with participation from Greenspring Associates.


Stackin’, a text-message based financial platform, has raised a $4 million Series A funding round led by Experian Ventures, Dig Ventures, and Cherry Tree Investments, along with participation from new and existing investors including Social Leverage, Wavemaker Partners, and Mucker Capital.


Connected2Fiber has closed a $5.3 million round of funding from Ascent Venture Partners, Osage Venture Partners, Nauta Capital, and NXT Ventures.


Jobble, a leading community of on-demand workers, has received $11 million funding led by Vestigo Ventures and AXA Venture Partners with participation from Guardian Strategic Ventures and Harlem Capital Partners.

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