Weekly Refresh: Devo Raised $60M, Amwell Stocks Spiked, and More

September 21, 2020
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Devo made $60M. The company created a cloud-based data analytics platform, and just announced a new CEO, Marc van Zadelhoff. Georgian led the Series D. [Built In Boston]

Dough launched online marketplace. On the site, users can find hundreds of items made by women-owned businesses. The company wants to help elevate these businesses and help consumers shop with intention. [Built In Boston]

Amwell stocks spiked. The digital medicine company mainly offers back-end virtual services for health providers. The stock opened at $25 per share, well above the IPO of $18. [Yahoo Finance]

Humatics raised $30M. The startup created a microlocation technology system. Blackhorn Ventures led the Series B. [Built In Boston]

One Way Ventures plans to open San Francisco office. This would be the Boston-based company’s first office outside Massachusetts. The VC firm only backs companies with at least one immigrant founder. [Boston Business Journal]

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