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The past three months have seen some exciting funding news for Techstars companies! Congratulations to:

Also, a big shout out to the Techstars Ventures-backed Twilio on its IPO in June!

Here are the companies that have recently received investments!  



Remitly (Seattle ‘11), a mobile payments service that enables consumers to make person-to-person international money transfers from the U.S. and Canada, secured $38.5M in Series C funding last April.


Cloudability (Cloud ‘12), a data-driven cloud cost management firm, raised $24M in a Series B funding round earlier this month to continue to scale.


Outreach (Seattle ‘11), recently raised $17.5M in Series B to expand their engineering team. Outreach builds robust communication software for Sales Development Reps, Account Executives and Success Managers.


Bench (NYC ‘12), a modern, online bookkeeping service for independent businesses, announced a $16M ($20M CDN) Series B round that will go toward product enhancements.


Keen.io (Cloud ‘12), is a custom analytics backend for modern developers. Keen.io secured $14.7M in Series B financing to accelerate their global growth in the enterprise.


Lystable (London ‘14), recently closed an $11M Series A round. Lystable is the platform for the lean enterprise, helping large organizations manage their suppliers and external resources.


Ionic (Cloud ‘13), is a powerful open source UI library and toolchain built with open web technologies that enables web developers to build high quality mobile apps on multiple platforms with one single code base. Ionic announced an $8.5M Series A funding round in late April.


Testlio (Austin ‘13), a full-service mobile app testing solution, received $6.25M in Series A funding in mid April to continue to grow and evolve as a company.


Convey (Austin ‘14), is the first concierge solution focused exclusively on customer delivery. Convey recently announced that they raised $4.5M in Series A funding to invest in their engineering work.


Notion (Boulder ‘14), raised $3.2M in additional funding early this month. Notion is a wireless home monitoring system that can detect things like when doors open, your home’s temperature and even if there is a water leak.


Homemade (NYC ‘15), raised $2.1M in seed funding in early April. Homemade is a platform for cooks to share their meals and story with the community.


Netra (Boston ‘15), raised $1.85M in early June. Netra is focused on helping enterprises regain control over the chaos of imagery to better understand consumers’ intent and preference – and help them find exactly what they’re looking for.


ilos (Cloud ‘16), the company that allows businesses to communicate with customers and team members by instantly recording and sharing videos, raised $1.5M in its first formal round of financing.


Preply (Berlin ‘15), is an online platform for finding private tutors in your city or by skype for a variety of subjects. They recently announced a $1.3M seed round in early June.


Flip (NYC ‘15), recently raised $1.2M in seed funding. Flip simplifies the experience of renting housing by turning leases into liquid assets that people can buy and sell from one another.


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David Cohen
(@davidcohen) Founder & Co-CEO of Techstars, previously founder of several technology companies. David is an active startup advocate, advisor, board member, and technology advisor who comments on these topics on his blog at DavidGCohen.com