Wysh, Dottid, Trusona, Culmen International, SimpliField, Embodied Labs, Zipari, among others, announced their latest VC funding from investors.
Wysh, celebrity engagement and wishing platform, has raised $2 million in Series A led by Kalaari capital. Existing investors Whiteboard Capital, Touchstone Equities, AngelList and new investors AET fund, IIMK, GEMBA capital also participated in this round.
The Hyderabad based company, launched in December 2019 by Mahesh Gogineni, Varun MS and Manan Maheshwari, aims to on-board many celebrities within a month and more than 1000 celebrities by the year-end.
Dottid, a commercial real estate (CRE) SaaS technology platform, has raised $3.85 million in a seed round of funding.
Trusona, a supplier of passwordless multi-factor authentication technology, has secured $20 million in additional financing led by growth equity firm Georgian Partners. Prior investors including Kleiner Perkins, M12, OurCrowd and Seven Peaks Ventures also participated in the round.
Culmen International, a provider of technical, logistics, and management services, has raised $15 million investment from Hale Capital Partners.
SimpliField, a retail-performance platform supplier, announced $11 million Series A funding, led by U.S.-based growth equity investor Five Elms Capital.
Embodied Labs, an immersive platform using virtual reality (VR) for the training for the aging care workforce, announced its seed funding of $3.2 million led by Ziegler Link·Age Fund, co-led by the tech investor, The Venture Reality Fund, as well as SustainVC, a social impact fund in healthcare and education, WXR Fund, investing in women and computing, and ETF@JFFLabs, a social impact fund.
Zipari, a consumer experience platform for health insurance, has raised $22.5 million in a Series B funding round – led by Vertical Venture Partners with the participation of Health Velocity Capital, Healthworx, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, and Horizon Healthcare Services.