Weekly Refresh: TileDB Raised $15M, Boston VC Funding Share Rose, and More

by Anna Holmquist
July 20, 2020
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Cohere Health launched. Its platform aims to increase the quality of care, lower costs and make the process more transparent for patients. It also just raised $10 million from a Series A round led by Flare Capital Partners. [Built In Boston]

Thrasio raised $260M. The company acquires Amazon third-party private-label businesses. The funding brought it to a $1 billion valuation and, thus, unicorn status. [Built In Boston]

New England region saw bigger share of VC funding in Q2. New England startups received 10.7 percent of the second quarter deal count, compared to 7.3 percent in 2019. Total capital invested was over $4 billion in both Q1 and Q2 this year. [Boston Business Journal]

LiveRamp acquired Acuity Data. In an effort to enhance its Safe Haven platform and strengthen its retail trade analytics capabilities, the San Francisco-based adtech startup with a large Boston presence has brought on Acuity, a French company. [LiveRamp]

Nasuni secured $40M. It’s a cloud file storage startup. Goldman Sachs, Corporate Ventures and Northbridge Venture Partners and more participated in the venture round, while Silicon Valley Bank provided the credit facility. [Built In Boston]

TileDB raised $15M. Its goal is to simplify data management across industries. Two Bear Capital led the Series A round. [BostInno]

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