Also, a big shout out to these Techstars alumni companies that have recently received notable* investments! This brings us to a total of 75 Techstars companies acquired and over $1.8B raised by our accelerator companies.
|Plated (NYC ’13), the NY-based company that delivers pre-portioned ingredients and recipes at your door each week, has announced the close of a $35M Series B round.|
|SpotHero (Chicago ‘12) is aiming to simplify the process and help drivers locate parking and reserve spots around the city through the company’s web and mobile apps. SpotHero announced recently that it has raised $20M in Series B funding led by Insight Venture Partners.|
|Occipital (Boulder ’08) raised a $13 million Series B round from Intel Capital, Shea Ventures, Grishin Robotics and previous investor Foundry Group. This new funding round brings Occipital’s total funding to $21M.|
|Leanplum (Seattle ’12), a service that helps developers and marketers engage with mobile users through personalized messages, dynamic UI optimization and A/B testing services, announced that it has raised a $11.6M Series B round led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.|
|ChatID (NYC ‘11), a platform that enables chat communication between brands and consumers on the web and mobile devices, raised $11.2M in Series B funding.|
|Owlet (R/GA ‘13), the Smart Sock that goes on babies and informs you if they’ve stopped breathing, has raised a $7 million A round.|
|Cloudability (Cloud ’12) has secured more than $6 million from investors. Cloudability offers a platform to manage cloud cost and usage analytics.|
|Filament (R/GA ‘15) has raised $5 million to bring the blockchain to the internet of things. Filament provides standalone wireless networks that do not require any central routing service or cloud.|
|FEM Inc. (Disney ’15) has raised $3M in seed funding to help with a video engagement platform called Prizma. FEM Inc. is a media technology company that has developed a video engagement platform offering smart syndication, analytics and more.|
|TradingView (Chicago ’13), a social fintech platform that unites traders and investors from around the world, received $3M in Series A funding.|
|SelfLender (Austin ’15) raised $2M in seed funding. Self Lender is a fintech startup that helps you building credit history without hidden fees or high interest rates.|
*notable = $2M or more.