Weekly Refresh: Black Tech Pipeline, $115M in Funding, and More

by Anna Holmquist
July 13, 2020
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Sonde Health offering app that can help screen for COVID-19. Using a six-second voice sample recorded via the app, the company’s technology can detect if someone might be sick or not. It doesn’t offer definitive results, but can act as a guide. [Built In Boston]

Black Tech Pipeline founder is on a mission. In 2018, Pariss Chandler created Black Tech Pipeline, an effort to provide the Black tech community an opportunity to collaborate and share resources and opportunities. Now, it’s preparing for its formal launch. [Boston Globe]

LeanIX raised $80M. It helps companies map out their SaaS platforms. Goldman Sachs Growth led Series D round. [Built In Boston]

Notarize gained $35M. The on-demand notary platform lets any person or business get their documents legally notarized online. Camber Creek provided the funding. [Built In Boston]

Clean Energy Venture Group and E8 Partner to fund cleantech startups. They want to support early stage companies that optimize for profits and carbon emission reductions. The companies have financed 120 startups through their associated VC funds. [Built In Boston]

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