Atlan raises 16M to build a collaboration hub for data driven teams
Young startup Atlan, which has built a SaaS data collaboration platform and is courting customers in international markets, has now won the trust of some high-profile investors.
Language Learning startup Toucan raises $4.5M
Toucan, a startup that helps users learn a new language while they browse the web, is announcing that it has raised an additional $4.5 million in seed funding.
LP Spotlight: Ashley Grech - Global Head of Sales, Square
This interview is part of our LP & Portfolio Company Spotlight series.
Spekit raises $12.2 million Series A to shape the future of learing at work
Today, we announce a monumental milestone in the life of our company. Spekit has raised a $12 million Series A, led by Foundry Group and Renegade Partners, with participation from GTMfund, Operator Collective, Matchstick Ventures and Bonfire Ventures.
Announcing Teamflow's Series A
We’re excited to announce Teamflow’s $11M Series A led by Neeraj Agrawal at Battery Ventures, the legendary fund which has backed InVision, Wayfair, Coinbase and hundreds more. They are joined by Menlo Ventures, SV Angel, Robert Hohman, and Charlie Songhurst.
Demostack announces $17.5M investment for demo building platform
Demostack, an early-stage startup that wants to make it easy for companies to build software demos, announced $17.5 million in funding today. The company also announced it was coming out of stealth.
Census raises $16M Series A to help companies put theri fata warehouses to work
Census, a startup that helps businesses sync their customer data from their data warehouses to their various business tools like Salesforce and Marketo, today announced that it has raised a $16 million Series A round led by Sequoia Capital. Other participants in this round include Andreessen Horowitz, which led the company’s $4.3 million seed round last year, as well as several notable angles, including Figma CEO Dylan Field, GitHub CTO Jason Warner, Notion COO Akshay Kothari and Rippling CEO Parker Conrad.
Mark Cuban is co-founding a podcast app where hosts can talk to fans live and monetize their conversation
Mark Cuban is getting in on the audio and podcasting hype. Alongside co-founder Falon Fatemi, he’s planning to launch Fireside, a “next-gen podcast platform” that facilitates live conversation, according to an email sent to possible creator partners seen by The Verge. The app idea is similar to the buzzy live audio startup Clubhouse, except with the ability to natively record conversations. A source close to Fireside says the app plans to launch publicly this year.