Olive raised $ 400 million; Shogun landed $ 67.5 million; Physna raised $ 56 million; Singularity 6 rakes in $ 30 million

olive: Olive is a Columbus, Ohio based developer of health services bots. Olive has raised $ 400 million in new funding under the joint leadership of Vista Equity Partners and Base10 Partners with the participation of Tiger Global. Continue reading

ServiceTitan: ServiceTitan is an LA-based company that makes management software for all types of craftsmen. ServiceTitan has raised $ 200 million in Series G funding led by Thoma Bravo. Continue reading

Shogun: Shogun is a Palo Alto, California-based platform that helps eCommerce businesses of all sizes to easily design and operate their own storefronts. Shogun has raised $ 67.5 million in Series C funding led by Insight Partners with the participation of Initialized Capital, Accel and VMG Partners. Continue reading

physics: Physna is one in Columbus, Oh. based company for geometric deep learning and 3D search that searches, compares and analyzes 3D models. Physna has raised $ 56 million in new funding, led by Tiger Global, with the participation of Sequoia Capital and GV. Continue reading

Enter: Entera is a New York-based platform for single-family home investors. Entera has raised $ 32 million in Series A funding. Goldman Sachs led the way, along with previous investors Bullpen Capital, Craft Ventures and Valuestream Ventures. Continue reading

Singularity 6: Singularity 6 is an LA-based online game studio. Singularity 6 has raised $ 30 million in Series B funding. FunPlus Ventures led the round, along with Transcend, Anthos Capital, longtime benchmark investor Mitch Lasky and former investors Andreessen Horowitz and Lightspeed Venture Partners. Continue reading

Carat finance: Karat Financial is an LA-based startup developing financial products for digital creators and influencers who make money but have no credit history. Karat Financial has raised $ 26 million in Series A funding led by Union Square Ventures, with participation of GGV Capital and SignalFire. Continue reading

Microverse: Microverse is a Bay Area-based online coding school that is paid for through income-sharing agreements with its students. Microverse raised $ 12.5 million in Series A funding. Northzone led the way, along with General Catalyst and All Iron Ventures. Continue reading

Traptic: Traptic is a strawberry picking robot manufacturer based in Sunnyvale, California. Traptic says it has raised $ 8.4 million in funding in several previously undisclosed rounds, including from Collaborative Fund, Homebrew Ventures, and K9 Ventures. Continue reading

Riding panda: Ridepanda is a San Francisco-based electric micromobility retailer. Ridepanda has raised $ 3.75 million with Porsche Ventures, Yamaha Motor Ventures and Proeza Ventures. Continue reading

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