The company closed the final chunk of an approximately $12 million Series A round, which was raised in multiple tranches. Door’s CEO, Alex Doubet, confirmed this in a phone interview with Crunchbase News.
Immusoft Corporation, a Seattle, Wash.-based gene therapy company, announced today it has closed a $3M initial tranche of a Series B financing. The full Series B is underway. The round is expected to provide Immusoft the funding it needs to complete its Phase I/II clinical trial in MPS-I (Mucopolysaccharidoses type I) and advance its pipeline, which uses its proprietary Immune System Programming (ISP™) approach to B cell modification for treating diseases.
We’re delighted to announce funding in Helsinki-based The Curious AI Company, with a round that also includes Lifeline Ventures and Invus, along with new investors Data Collective, Jaan Tallinn, Court Westcott’s Cosmist Capital and Tekes, the Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation. The visionary AI specialist and AI-focused investor, Court Westcott leads the round and joins Curious AI’s board as chairman.
In another recent leap for lab grown meat, clean meat company Memphis Meats announced that it completed a $17 million Series A fundraising round that was led by Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ), a leading venture capital firm that has also invested in SpaceX, Twitter and Tesla. The round included a number of notable investors including Richard Branson, Bill Gates and Suzy and Jack Welch. The round was also supported by food industry leaders including farm-to-table founding father Kimbal Musk and agriculture company Cargill Inc., the largest privately held corporation in the United States whose last declared revenues ($136.7 billion) would rank it number 15 on the Fortune 500.
You don’t have to be rich or T-Pain to be “on a boat.” You can rent one plus a captain for the day from Boatsetter. And now it’s got boats in more than 300 locations around the U.S. since it just acquired rival maritime marketplace Boatbound.
Boatsetter will be taking select talent from Boatbound plus logistics tech and its inventory of vessels for rental. A source familiar with the transaction said the acquisition was paid for with Boatsetter stock valued in the low-millions range.
The Barcelona startup Restb.ai, specialized in artificial vision that monitors and describes images on the Internet with an accuracy of 99%, has raised 1.2 million euros of funding for the international expansion of its technology.
Restb.ai has completed its first round of investment of 1.2 million, with the participation of US investment fund Court Westcott LLC, the Madrid Capitana Venture Partners fund with Lanta Capital, Athos Capital and Tandem Capital all of them from Barcelona.