A roundup of funding updates from the Techstars portfolio in February 2022.
Veho (Techstars Boulder 2019), the next-day package delivery company, raises another $170M in its Series B.
Project Canary (Techstars Alabama EnergyTech Accelerator 2020), the Denver-based climate tech and environmental assessment company, lands $111M in series B funding.
Flashfood (Techstars Retail Accelerator 2018), the mobile marketplace for surplus food distribution, raises $12.3M in its Series A to focus on expansion.
ComplYant (Techstars Los Angeles 2020), the fintech startup helping small businesses manage their taxes, puts together a $5.5M seed round.
Koda Health (UnitedHealthcare Accelerator Powered by Techstars 2020), an advanced directives platform empowering patients to take control of their healthcare, puts together $3.5M in seed funding.
Qualifi (Techstars Anywhere Accelerator 2020), the startup that helps its customers screen job candidates more quickly, lands $2.5 million in seed financing to support the company’s growth.
Gradient Health (Techstars Kansas City 2021), the medical imaging AI diagnostics and infrastructure startup, closes out its seed round with $2.5M in funding.
Sēkr (Techstars Anywhere Accelerator 2020), a mobile travel app for outdoor and adventure enthusiasts, closes out its seed funding after raising $2.25M.
Codiga (Techstars Boulder 2021), a platform that helps software developers write better code faster, announces a $2.1M seed round.
NeuralSpace (Techstars Hub71 Accelerator 2021), a SaaS platform offering natural language processing APIs to engineers, collects $1.7M in seed funding.
Proxi (Techstars Seattle 2021), the Seattle-based startup using geospatial software to make personalized navigation maps, earns $1.2M in pre-seed funding.
HeyAxel (Techstars Paris 2018), a powerful no-code HR automation and employee onboarding solution, was acquired by LumApps.