Weekly Refresh: ZoomInfo Files for IPO, Thrasio Raises $20M, and More

by Anna Holmquist
December 9, 2019
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Cyberhaven raised $13M. The compant’s cybersecurity platform tracks the behavior of its users’ data, allowing them to react immediately to potential security threats. The Series A funding will support the launch of its platform. [Built In Boston]

ZoomInfo filed for IPO. ZoomInfo, a sales and marketing technology company, filed a confidential S-1 with the SEC. According to Crunchbase, its total funding stands at $7M. [Built In Boston]

Thrasio announced a $20M Series A. Thrasio acquires popular third-party brands on Amazon and integrates them into its own operating platform. Its valuation increased nearly ninefold since April of 2019. [PRNewswire]

Lyft Pink launched. The monthly subscription services offers special benefits to members, such as priority airport pickup, surprise upgrades, 15 percent savings on personal rides and more. It’s available everywhere Lyft operates. [Press Release]

Owl Labs hired first CFO. The company sells video conferencing devices called Meeting Owls. John Stevens, a former Yahoo executive, joined the company as its first chief financial officer. [Boston Business Journal]

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