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As we head into the holiday season, we’d like to share a final funding roundup for 2015.
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Congratulations to these Techstars companies that were recently acquired:

Also, a big high five to the Techstars alumni companies below that have recently received notable* investments!  

This brings us to a total of 90% of Techstars companies active or acquired and over $2B raised by our accelerator companies. Congrats to all!

ClassPass (NYC ’12), the NY-based company that gives you access to fitness classes across multiple gyms and studios, has announced a raise of $30M in venture capital.
Newsela (Kaplan ‘13), the company that automatically gives each reader the level of a daily news article that’s just right for his or her reading ability, recently raised $15M in Series B. 
LISNR (R/GA ’15) raised a $10M Series B round led by Intel Capital. LISNR is the creator of SmartTones, a new technology that sends data over audio.
Outreach (Seattle ’11), a service that provides enterprise sales organizations with a communication framework, announced that it has raised a $9.2M Series A round.
Amino (Boston ‘14), a company that seeks to connect like-minded individuals and create a close-knit community for every interest, raised $6.5M in Series A funding.
GeoSpock (London ‘14), has recently raised $5.3M in Series A funding. GeoSpock enables companies to organize their Big Data with a geospatial cloud platform. 
SkySpecs (R/GA ’15), is a company that provides drones to inspect things like wind turbines, bridges and other infrastructure projects. The company closed a $3M funding round from investors earlier this month. 
Chargifi (R/GA ‘15) has raised $2.7M Series A funding at the Intel Capital Global Summit 2015. Chargifi is a wireless charging network provider giving people access to power for mobile devices where and when they need it most.
Skilljar (Seattle ’13) has raised $2.6M in a funding round led by Trilogy Equity Partners. Skilljar is an online training platform that enables any business to create and deliver online courses.
Hullabalu (NYC ’14), an interactive storytelling app for kids, received $2.5M to continue to develop their product and technology. 

*notable = $2M or more.

Kerri Beers
Director of Marketing at Techstars