VC funding: Redox, Returnly, PathAI, Outreach, Aidoc

Redox, Zapata Computing, Returnly, Native, PathAI, Outreach, Aidoc, Unqork, Gen.G, Owl Labs, Innovapptive, Super, Payfone, Software, Bizzabo, among others, announced their latest VC funding rounds.
VC funding investments


Redox has closed a $33 million Series C funding round led by Battery Ventures with participation from existing investors .406 Ventures, RRE Ventures, and Intermountain Ventures.

Zapata Computing

Quantum computing start-up Zapata Computing has raised $21 million in Series A financing — led by Comcast Ventures and Prelude Ventures with participation from new and existing investors Pitango Ventures, BASF Venture Capital, Robert Bosch Venture Capital, Pillar VC, and The Engine.


Returnly has raised a $19 million Series B investment — led by Craft Ventures with participation from Max Levchin’s Affirm, and existing investors. The company will use this new financing to give thousands of retailers a leg up against Amazon.


Native, an on-demand marketplace for offering data, has closed a $2.5 million round led by Lavrock Ventures, alongside participation from Riverbend Capital.


PathAI, a provider of artificial intelligence-powered technology for pathology, has raised $60 million in Series B funding — led by new investor General Atlantic with strong participation from General Catalyst and other existing investors.


Outreach, a sales engagement platform, has raised $114 million in Series E financing.


Aidoc, a provider of AI solutions for radiologists, has raised $27 million led by Square Peg Capital. Aidoc’s total funding reached $40 million.


Unqork, an enterprise software company, has raised $22 million in a Series A investment round led by Goldman Sachs Principal Strategic Investments (PSI). Other investors included all original seed round investors and Broadridge Financial Solutions.


Gen.G, an esports organization, has raised $46 million funding. Gen.G received funding from actor Will Smith, and Japanese soccer star Keisuke Honda’s Dreamers Fund, Los Angeles Clippers minority owner Dennis Wong, former Chairman of US Investments Alibaba Group Michael Zeisser, and MasterClass Co-Founder and CEO David Rogier. Other participants include New Enterprise Associates (NEA), Conductive Ventures, Battery Ventures, Canaan Partners, SVB Capital, and Stanford University.

Owl Labs

Owl Labs, a video conferencing company, has raised $15 million in a Series B investment round led by Spark Capital with participation from existing investors Matrix Partners and Playground Global.


Super, a subscription service that provides care and repair for homes, has completed a $20 million Series B round of funding led by Aquiline Technology Growth (ATG) with participation from Munich Re Ventures, Liberty Mutual Strategic Ventures, Moderne Ventures, 8VC, QIA and Solon Mack Capital. Super’s total funding reached $30 million.


Innovapptive, a connected workforce platform for asset intensive industries, has raised $16.3 million in a Series A funding led by Tiger Global Management.


Payfone, a digital identity authentication provider, has raised $24 million  led by TransUnion with participation from existing investors Synchrony, MassMutual Ventures and Wellington Management.


Software, a data platform, announced $7 million in financing, led by 8VC and Next47. Software provides automatic programming metrics for developers to help them learn more about how they code.


Bizzabo, a U.S.-Israeli maker of software to manage and personalize professional events, has raised $27 million in a funding round led by Viola Growth. New investor Next47, as well as existing investors such as Pilot Growth, which led the company’s previous round, also participated in this round. The latest round brings Bizzabo’s total fundraising to $56 million.

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