Integra Devices, Occupier, Reali, Coalition, Evident ID, GoBear, Kalderos, LetsGetChecked, LunaPBC, Neural Analytics, among others, announced their latest VC funding from investors.
Integra Devices, which offers miniature products for telecom, aerospace, industrial, and life science sectors, has raised a $6 million series-A syndicated investment round led by venture capital firm Kairos Ventures.
Occupier, a software developer to help businesses make better real estate decisions, has raised $1,400,000 — backed by commercial real estate veterans and angel investors.
Reali, a real estate technology company, has raised a Series B2 round of $9 million — led by Zeev Ventures. The Series B2 round was led by Group 11 (f.k.a SGVC) and also includes existing investors Zeev Ventures and Signia Ventures. The latest funding will be adding to the initial round of $20 million announced in July 2018.
Coalition, a cyber insurance company, has closed a $40 million funding round – led by Ribbit Capital with participation from Greenoaks Capital and Hillhouse Capital. Coalition will scale this global platform to provide cybersecurity risk management tools to any organization for free.
Evident ID, a platform that powers identity and credential verification, has raised $20 million in a Series B financing led by Aspect Ventures with participation from existing investors New Enterprise Associates (NEA) and Internet Security Systems founder Tom Noonan; as well as new investor Blue Cloud Ventures.
Asian financial supermarket GoBear announced $80 million in funding to date led by Walvis Participaties, a Dutch venture capital fund, and Aegon a financial services provider.
LetsGetChecked, the direct-to-consumer at-home health testing platform, announced the closing of $30 million in its Series B round – led by LTP, a Boston-based growth equity investment firm focused on healthcare IT, with the participation of existing investors Optum Venturesand Qiming Venture Partners.
Kalderos, a provider of pharmacy audit platform, announced $7 million in funding in a Series A round – led by Mercato Partners.
LunaPBC, founder of LunaDNA, a genomic and health data platform, announced the close of $4.6 million in new funding, bringing the company’s total funding to date to $7.6 million. Key investors in this round include ARCH Venture Partners, Bain Capital Ventures, F-Prime Capital, Illumina Ventures, and Osage University Partners.
Neural Analytics, a medical robotics company to track brain health, has raised $22 million from sale of Series C shares led by Alpha Edison. The investment brings Neural Analytics’ total funding to approximately $66 million to date.