Weekly Refresh: FamilyID Acquired, RightHand in Europe, and More

by Anna Holmquist
March 9, 2020
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FamilyID acquired by Arbiter. Its online registration platform for schools and community programs aims to make it easier for families to stay organized. It’ll join Arbiter’s suite of athletic and event management offerings. [BostInno]

Jassby raised $5M. The app offers a secure digital wallet for kids, where parents and grandparents can send money for allowance or chores, and then kids can learn how to manage their money. Moneta Capital and Needham Bank led the investment. [Built In Boston]

RightHand Robotics opened first European office. To date, the Somerville-based startup has $34 million in funding. The office in Frankfurt, Germany, currently houses three employees. [Boston Business Journal]

HaulHub got $30M. Its software handles all aspects of the heavy construction supply chain. T. Rowe Price Associates and Durable Capital Partners led the Series B round. [Built In Boston]

Dexai Robotics gained $5.5M. Alfred, its flagship robotic arm, attaches to a counter to assemble simple meals like bowls with a variety of ingredients. It’ll use the new funds to hire and add new features to Alfred. [Built In Boston]

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