The AlleyWatch Startup Daily Funding Report 792019

first_img CBD and wellness brand Kaleidoscope Labs has raised $4M in Seed funding from investors that include RRE Ventures and Barry Rosenstein. Kaleidoscope Labs was founded by Anna Rosenstein and Patrick Coats in 2018. Fever $23.9M Glitch $30M The AlleyWatch Startup Daily Funding Report: 7/9/2019 by AlleyVoice 219SHARESFacebookTwitterLinkedin Tagged With: Anna Rosenstein, Barry Rosenstein, fever, Glitch, Joel Spolsky, Kaleidoscope Labs, Kinems Learning Games, Michael Pryor, Patrick Coats, Pep Gomez, RRE Ventures, Tiger Global Management Kinems Learning Games $834Kcenter_img The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 7/9/2019 featuring funding details for Glitch, Kaleidoscope Labs, several unreported rounds, and much more. This page will be updated throughout the day to reflect any new fundings.PREVIOUS POSTNEXT POST Kinems Learning Games, the game developer focused on building apps for children with special needs, has raised $834K in additional funding according to a recent SEC filing. Founded by Michael Boloudakis and Simos Retalis in 2013, Kinems Learning Games has now raised a total of $1.8M in reported equity funding. The filing indicates a part of this raise was for a conversion of an existing $50K note and that there were seven investors in the round. Glitch, the collaboration platform for coding, has raised $30M in funding led by Tiger Global Management. Glitch was founded as Fog Creek Software by Joel Spolsky and Michael Pryor. Fog Creek is responsible for Trello and Stack Overflow. Event discovery platform Fever has raised an additional $23.9M in funding according to a recent SEC filing. The filing indicates that the total offering is for $30M and that there were twelve investors in this close. Founded by Pep Gomez in 2014, Fever previously raised a total of $41.8M in reported equity funding. Kaleidoscope Labs $4M – Seedlast_img

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