VC funding: NewsCred, Textile, Xometry, OneTrust

NewsCred, Textile, Xometry, OneTrust, Exyn Technologies, Signavio, Usercentrics, Pipefy, Swit, among others, announced their latest VC funding from VC investors.
VC funding investmentsTextile

Textile, an app development platform on IPFS, has raised $1.5 million Series Seed funding led by BlueYard and including Collaborative Fund, Multicoin, SystemOne, Coinbase Ventures, Starchain Capital, Jesse Clayburgh, Henri Stern, and others.


Xometry, a on-demand manufacturing marketplace, announced that Robert Bosch Venture Capital (RBVC) will join the company’s recently announced Series D round. Greenspring Associates, Dell Technologies Capital, BMW i Ventures, Foundry Group, GE Ventures, Highland Capital Partners, Maryland Venture Fund and Almaz Capital are the other investors in the round.

This investment brings the total amount raised in the Series D to $55 million.  Xometry has raised $118 million to date.


OneTrust, an enterprise software company, has closed a $200 million Series A investment led by Insight Partners – valuing the company at $1.3 billion.

Exyn Technologies

Exyn Technologies, a developer of robot systems, has raised $16 million in Series A funding — led by Centricus with the participation of new investors Yamaha Motors Ventures, In-Q-Tel, Corecam Family Office, and Red and Blue Ventures and existing investor IP Group. Exyn said its total funding reached over $20 million to date.


Usercentrics, a SaaS Consent Management Platform, announced a Series A financing round led by ALSTIN, with participation from existing investors Cavalry Ventures and Reimann Investors.


Signavio, a provider of business transformation solutions, has raised $177 million investment led by Apax Digital, the growth equity team of Apax Partners, with participation from DTCP. Existing investor Summit Partners will retain an equity stake in the business.


NewsCred, a content marketing platform (CMP) provider, has raised $20 million led by InterWest Partners, with new participation from partner Dentsu as well as Escalate Capital Partners. Existing investors including FTV Capital, Mayfield Fund, FirstMark Capital and Greycroft also participated in the round.


Pipefy, the Lean Management platform, has raised $45 million in Series B funding led by Insight Partners, with participation from existing investors OpenView and Trinity Ventures. Pipefy raised total funding of over $65 million to date.


San Francisco-based start-up Swit has raised more than $6 million in additional funding –led by venture capital firm Korea Investment Partners, with participation from Hyundai Venture Investment Corporation and Mirae Asset Venture Investment. This round includes nearly $1 million in seed funding received in November 2018 from Kakao Ventures. Swit has raised over $7 million to date.