Tvardi raised $ 74 million, Anjuna landed $ 30 million, Merlyn Mind raised $ 29 million, and DrChrono received $ 12 million

Incorta: Incorta is a San Mateo, California-based startup that sells a data processing service to clients to analyze corporate data spread across multiple databases and then render it all into charts and graphs. Incorta has raised $ 120 million in Series D funding led by Prysm Capital. The previous investors GV, Kleiner Perkins, M12, Sorenson Capital, Telstra Ventures and the private investor Ron Wohl also took part in the round. The company has also secured a loan facility from Silicon Valley Bank, it is said. Continue reading

Vercel: Vercel is a San Francisco-based website development, preview, and delivery platform and creator of Next.js, a React and JavaScript framework for front-end web development. Vercel raised $ 102 million in Series C funding. Bedrock Capital led the round, along with 8VC, Flex Capital, GGV Capital, Latacora, Salesforce Ventures and Tiger Global. Past funders Accel, CRV, Geodesic Capital, Greenoaks Capital and GV also attended. Continue reading

Lower: Lower is the Columbus, Ohio-based start-up that acts as a lender and platform for buying, selling and insuring homes. Lower has raised $ 100 million in Series A funding led by Accel. Continue reading

Tvardi Therapeutics: Tvardi Therapeutics is a Houston, Texas-based clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of STAT3 inhibitors. Tvardi Therapeutics has raised $ 74 million in Series B funding led by new investors Slate Path Capital, Palkon Capital, ArrowMark Partners and 683 Capital with the participation of existing investors including Sporos Bioventures. The company raised $ 9 million in Series A funding in 2019. Continue reading

Snack pass: Snackpass is a San Francisco-based food app that focuses on takeaway rather than delivery. Snackpass has raised $ 70 million in Series B funding led by Craft Ventures, which included former backers Andreessen Horowitz, General Catalyst, Y Combinator, and a long list of individual backers. Continue reading

Anjuna: Anjuna is a Palo Alto-based startup that protects applications and data from insiders by seamlessly encrypting everything end-to-end. Anjuna has raised $ 30 million in Series B funding led by Insight Partners, with participation from Playground Global and Uncorrelated Ventures. Continue reading

Merlyn Mind: Merlyn Mind is a New York-based developer of digital assistants for education. Merlyn Mind raised $ 29 million under the leadership of Learn Capital. Continue reading

Arryved: Arryved is a Boulder, Co.-based point-of-service software company specializing in the artisanal food and beverage industry. Arryved has raised $ 20 million in funding under the direction of Tribe Capital and Foundry Group. Continue reading

equity: Pequity is a San Francisco-based “smart” compensation platform that automates HR workflows from offering to signing to promotions. Pequity has raised $ 19 million in Series A funding led by Norwest Venture Partners, with participation from First Round Capital, Designer Fund and Scribble Ventures. Continue reading

Rare: Rarible is an NFT marketplace based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that enables users to buy and auction digital art. Rarible raised $ 14.2 million from Venrock Capital, CoinFund and 01 Advisors in a Series A financing. Continue reading

DrChrono: DrChrono is a Sunnyvale, Calif. Based company whose platform aims to support telemedicine, electronic health record, practice management, medical billing, and revenue cycle solutions for physicians and patients. DrChrono has raised a new round of more than $ 12 million in growth capital from ORIX Growth Capital. Continue reading

Acrylic data: Acryl Data is a Mountain View, Calif.-Based startup looking to commercialize a metadata tool its team at LinkedIn developed to help the company organize, find, and gain insights from its vast wealth of data. Acryl Data has raised $ 9 million in seed funding under the direction of 8VC. LinkedIn and Insight Partners also took part. Continue reading

Drata: Drata is a San Diego, California-based startup whose platform aims to help organizations achieve and maintain continuous compliance through automated security control monitoring and evidence gathering. Drata has raised $ 2 million in Series A funding led by GGV Capital. Other participants in the round include Okta Ventures and Silicon Valley CISO Investors, as well as former donors Cowboy Ventures and Leaders Fund. Continue reading

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