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- Epirus lands $70M for smart power
Epirus, a startup developing smart power applications, has landed $70 million in a Series B round led by Bedrock Capital. The Hawthorne, California-based company designs and builds high-powered microwave products, targeting militaries of the United States and allies as its initial customer base.
- H1 pulls in $58M for database of doctors
New York-based H1, a company curating a database of doctors around the world, raised $58 million in a Series B round co-led by IVP and Menlo Ventures. The startup’s aim is to provide a tool for pharmaceutical companies to find key opinion leaders, clinical trial market intelligence, and rising stars in certain specialties.
- Upstart shares jump 47 percent after IPO
Shares of lending platform Upstart soared after the company’s initial public offering Wednesday, closing up 47 percent and giving the company a market cap of $2.14 billion. The San Carlos, California-based company priced its shares at $20, the low end of its range, but watched them close at $29.47.
- Ramp secures $30M for corporate credit cards
Ramp, provider of a corporate card and spending management platform, raised $30 million in a Series A3 financing led by D1 Capital and Coatue Management. The New York-based startup’s offering includes saving opportunities, automated expense management, and receipt matching for company credit cards.
- GRIN grabs $10M for influencer marketing
GRIN, a Sacramento-based startup that helps direct-to-consumer brands collaborate and manage their relationships with influencers, closed on $10 million in a Series A round led by e.ventures.
- Gr4vy pours $1.1M into retail payment platform
Cloud payment orchestration platform Gr4vy raised $1.1 million in a seed funding round led by Activant Capital and Global Founders Capital. The Silicon Valley-based startup is looking to take on the $1 trillion annual retail payments market with a tool to simplify the way businesses add payments infrastructure.
- Wish shares fall in first-day trading
Shares of discount e-commerce marketplace Wish fell over 16 percent in the company’s market debut on Nasdaq Wednesday, closing at $20.05 per share. The offering, which initially priced at $24, the high end of expectations, raised $1.1 billion for San Francisco-based Wish and its parent company, ContextLogic.
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To keep up on breaking news throughout the day, check out the Crunchbase News Briefing. This continuously updated daily feature on our main news site has summaries of notable funding announcements, IPOs, M&A, and other happenings in the startup world.
- What breaks in sales organizations when going from Seed to Series A
Hoping to make the jump from Seed to Series A? Jake Dunlap, founder and CEO of sales consulting firm Skaled, shares the three main areas within sales organizations that often break and prevent startups from getting to their next round of funding.
- Funding insights from 2020
Take a closer look at the funding landscape in 2020 through the Sales Intel Report. Find out how funding patterns in 2020 will impact sales opportunities going into the new year so you can hit the ground running.
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