The Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report: 9/28/20 - AlleyWatch

Ahana

$2.3M - Seed

San Mateo-based Ahana brings PrestoDB-based ad hoc analytics offerings to market. Founded by Dipti Borkar and Steven Mih in 2020, Ahana has now raised a total of $4.6M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include GV and Lux Capital.

Attentive

$230.0M - Series D

New York-based Attentive is a personalized mobile messaging platform for innovative brands and organizations. Founded by Andrew Jones, Brian Long, and Ethan Lo in 2016, Attentive has now raised a total of $393.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Atomico, Bain Capital Ventures, Coatue, D1 Capital Partners, IVP, Sequoia Capital, Sozo Ventures, Tiger Global Management, and Wellington Management.

Beyond Limits

$133.0M - Series C

Glendale-based Beyond Limits is an industrial and enterprise-grade AI technology company that focuses on energy, utilities and healthcare. Founded by AJ Abdallat and Mark James in 2014, Beyond Limits has now raised a total of $158.5M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include BP Ventures and Group 42. LA TechWatch published an exclusive interview with Abdallat on this funding round - Beyond Limits Raises $133M for its Industrial and Enterprise AI Platform

Doorvest

$1.0M - Pre-Seed

San Francisco-based Doorvest empowers individuals to unlock homeownership, passive income and equity by investing in rental homes entirely online. Founded by Andrew Luong and Justin Kasad in 2019, Doorvest is backed by investors that include Mucker Capital.

GOAT

$100.0M - Series E

Culver City-based Goat Group is a marketplace for authentic sneakers, apparel, and accessories from select emerging and iconic brands. Founded by Daishin Sugano and Eddy Lu in 2015, GOAT has now raised a total of $297.6M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include D1 Capital Partners.

Greenlight

$215.0M - Series C

Atlanta-based Greenlight is on a mission to help parents raise financially-smart kids. Founded by Johnson Cook and Timothy Sheehan in 2014, Greenlight has now raised a total of $296.5M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include BOND, Canapi Ventures, DST Global, Fin Venture Capital, Goodwater Capital, Relay Ventures, and TTV Capital.

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Papa

$18.0M - Series B

Miami-based Papa is a platform that connects college students to senior citizens for companionship and assistance. Founded by Alfredo Vaamonde, Andrew Parker, and Jake Rothstein in 2018, Papa has now raised a total of $31.2M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Canaan Partners, Comcast Ventures, Initialized Capital, Magnify Ventures, Nat Turner, Operator Partners, Pivotal Ventures, Scott Belsky, Sound Ventures, and Zach Weinberg.

MineralTree

$50.0M - Series D

Cambridge-based MineralTree provides mobile and online accounts payable automation software for finance professionals at growing organizations. Founded by BC Krishna in 2010, MineralTree has now raised a total of $122.7M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include .406 Ventures, Eight Roads Ventures, and Great Hill Partners.

Bright Health

$500.0M - Series E

Minneapolis-based Bright Health develops a health insurance service platform designed to deliver a quality healthcare experience. Founded by Kyle Rolfing, Robert John Sheehy, and Tom Valdivia in 2016, Bright Health has now raised a total of $1.6B in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Bessemer Venture Partners, Blackstone Group, Greenspring Associates, New Enterprise Associates, T. Rowe Price, and Tiger Global Management.

Next Insurance

$250.0M - Series D

Palo Alto-based Next Insurance is an online-based insurance company for entrepreneurs and small businesses. Founded by Alon Huri, Guy Goldstein, and Nissim Tapiro in 2016, Next Insurance has now raised a total of $631.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include CapitalG, FinTLV Ventures, and Munich Re Ventures.

Robinhood

$460.0M - Series G

Menlo Park-based Robinhood is a financial technology company that offers commission-free investing. Founded by Baiju Bhatt and Vlad Tenev in 2013, Robinhood has now raised a total of $2.2B in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include 9Yards Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, D1 Capital Partners, DST Global, Ribbit Capital, and Sequoia Capital.

Salsify

$155.0M - Series E

Boston-based Salsify empowers brands by providing tools to track and analyze inventories, presentation, and sales of goods on digital shelves. Founded by Jason Purcell, Jeremy Redburn, and Rob Gonzalez in 2012, Salsify has now raised a total of $252.6M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Warburg Pincus.

Silo

$9.0M - Series A

San Francisco-based Silo is a wholesale food marketplace that enables customers to buy and sell produce, protein, dairy, and shelf-stable food quickly. Founded by Antonio Bustamante, Ashton Braun, and Chia-ying Jackie Lee in 2018, Silo has now raised a total of $12.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Andreessen Horowitz, Haystack, and Initialized Capital.

Willow

$55.0M - Series C

Mountain View-based Willow is a female technology company that develops an in-bra wearable breast pump. Founded by John Chang, Josh Makower, and Naomi Kelman in 2014, Willow has now raised a total of $117.5M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Lightstone Ventures, Meritech Capital Partners, New Enterprise Associates, and Perceptive Advisors.

Within3

$100.0M - Venture

Lakewood-based Within3 is a SaaS virtual engagement tool that connects life science companies with physicians, nurses, payers, and patients. Founded by Anthony Broad-Crawford and Lance Hill in 2008, Within3 has now raised a total of $120.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Insight Partners and Silversmith Capital Partners.

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