Tag: funding

Brace Raises $10 Million in Series A Funding Led by Point72 Ventures

Digital mortgage-servicing platform Brace announced that it raised around $10 million more in Series A funding. It’s led by Point72 Ventures. The investment round brought the company’s total funds to $15 million within two years. The company will use these funds to expand its platform. They’ll get more SaaS technology to impact other segments within the mortgage servicing lifecycle. At the same time, they will grow their client base. Brace ...

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Liquid Death Raised $9M in Series A

Liquid Death won over a lot of investors due to its promise of murdering your thirst.  This startup announced that they already raised around $9 million in their Series A funding. This company uses a tallboy aluminum can to sell its water. Right now, Liquid Death plans to expand its lineup with sparkling water, expected to ship in March. Its 12-pack costs around $18.99, regardless of whether it’s regular or ...

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How to Raise a Series A: 5 Tips and Tricks

The modern world gave us dating apps, social media, and instant communications. It’s convenient, but it destroyed the art of courting. The good news is that finding a startup investor keeps these traditions alive since it often has similarities with courting a possible lover. Most experts agree with this comparison. As such, if you’re trying to raise your Series A in a startup funding, here are some tips and tricks ...

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Early Stage LA Startup Investors

Got a brilliant idea to start in 2020 ... looking for funding to get it started? Look no further... We have curated a list of well established and most active early-stage investors in Los Angeles you should know, but we recommend you do your research. There thousands of venture capitalists across the country, all you need is a solid list of 20 to 30 to start, those who can give ...

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U-Nest Raises $2M Seed Round For Its Fintech College Saving App

North Hollywood based startup, U-Nest, the first-of-its-kind mobile app that makes it easier for families to save for college and other educational expenses, today announces that it has closed a $2 million seed round. Along with investors The Artemis Fund and Draper Dragon, participation included funding from Unlock Ventures, Vested Ventures, and additional Los Angeles-based venture funds, Band of Angels, and other individual angel investors. "Most families are struggling to meet the demands of the growing cost ...

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Seed vs. Series Funding Rounds: The Difference

It’s one thing to fund your small business with the money in your savings and contributions from friends and family, but when you’re dealing with professional venture capitalists for funding, you really need to know what your fundraising options are.  At the very least, you should be able to differentiate between the Seed Round and a Series A. This will help you decide which of these options is best suited ...

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Obsidian Security Raised $9.5 Million to Combat Cyber Threats on The Cloud

The cybersecurity industry is perhaps one of the most saturated sectors in business today, so very few companies actually stand out. That’s especially true among the startups, as they’ve yet to carve out a real reputation based on what they’ve actually done. Yet the launch of Obsidian Security in 2017 made waves among industry insiders. Very quickly, and after the latest funding round, the company has already been valued at ...

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Greycroft: The Leading Venture Capital Firm Focused on the Internet & Mobile Markets

For startups in the Internet and mobile industries, Greycroft may be the venture capitalist firm that can help you grow from the ground up.  They have offices in both NYC and LA, and focus on small, early-stage funds. They do have a separate fund for growing companies at any stage. Greycroft is known for its friendly requirements, as they don’t have a minimum ownership requirement. Greycroft doesn't even require a ...

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