Weekly Refresh: Indigo Ag Raises $200M, Vecna Robotics Gains $50M

by Anna Holmquist
January 13, 2020


Kyruus raised $42M. The healthtech startup offers an online platform to match patients with providers and manage appointment scheduling. The company plans to use the Series D round to make 100 hires this year. [Built In Boston]

Corvus Insurance raised $32M. The company’s commercial insurance products focus on preventing cybercrime by using AI. The funds will go toward developing new tools and expanding its teams. [Built In Boston]

Vecna Robotics raised $50M. The company created a productivity platform and self-driving forklifts to help maximize workflow efficiencies in warehousing and beyond. With the funds, the company will scale its products and services. [Built In Boston]

Indigo Ag grew by $200M. The agtech startup uses microbiology and digital tech to promote environmental sustainability and consumer health while also working to increase profit for growers. The funding round will go toward building its online platforms and Indigo Carbon program, which pays farmers to reduce emissions. [Built In Boston]

Evolv gained $30M. Its AI-powered security scanners allow people to walk right through without stopping, taking off a jacket or emptying their pockets. With the Series C funding round, the company can expand sales, marketing, customer support and more. [Built In Boston]

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