Technology companies such as Tidelift, Grabango, SOPHiA GENETICS, Humatics, among others, have announced their latest funding rounds.
Tidelift announced $25 million in Series B funding to accelerate the adoption of its new business model for open source. General Catalyst, Foundry Group, and former Red Hat Chairman and CEO Matthew Szulik co-led the funding round.
Silicon Valley start-up Grabango, a retail technology company, has raised $12 million in a Series A financing round – led by Propel Venture Partners with participation from Ridge Ventures, Abstract Ventures, Commerce Ventures, and Founders Fund. This round brings Grabango’s total funding to $18 million.
SOPHiA GENETICS, a health technology company, has raised a $77 million investment round — led by Generation Investment Management with participation from Idinvest Partners, and existing investors including Balderton Capital and Alychlo.
Humatics Corporation has raised $28 million in a Series A1 financing – led by Tenfore Holdings with participation from Blackhorn Ventures and JCI Ventures and existing investors including Fontinalis Partners, Airbus Ventures, Lockheed Martin Ventures, and Presidio Ventures.
Home Bay, a digital real estate company, has received $13.5 million of Series A-1 funding — led by Signal Peak Ventures with participation from Serra Ventures and E15VC.
yallacompare, a comparison site for financial products in the Middle East, raised $8 million. The lead investors include: STC Ventures, which is managed by Iris Capital; Wamda Capital; and FinTech-focused investor, Argo Ventures.
Thynk Health has raised $2.2 million from private investors including the Bluegrass Angels to optimize data-driven workflows, providing effective lung cancer screening programs that improve patient care and outcomes.
InZiv, a display inspection equipment start-up, has raised $2.5 million in a Series A round from Maverick Ventures Israel.