Weekly Refresh: Boston Startups Raised $140M+ Last Week, and More

Read our weekly refresh for trending Boston tech news.

Written by Anna Holmquist
Published on Jun. 15, 2020
Weekly Refresh: Boston Startups Raised $140M+ Last Week, and More
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PatientPing raised $60M. It offers a care collaboration and e-notifications platform. Andreessen Horowitz, F-Prime Capital, GV (formerly Google Ventures) and Transformation Capital led the Series C round. [PRNewswire]

JSonar gained $50M. Its AI-based platform helps companies address their database security and compliance needs efficiently. Goldman Sachs provided the funding. [Built In Boston]

Boston CEO launched Black Startup Collective. Kristina Liburd is the CEO of Viageur, a travel concierge startup. She started the collective to offer a public directory of black entrepreneurs made by and for the community. [Built In Boston]

Kyruus secured $30M. It offers an enterprise data management and customer access platform. Francisco Partners led the financing round. [Built In Boston]

Clean Crop Technologies raised $2.75M. It aims to reduce mold growth in fresh produce through its High Voltage Atmospheric Cold Plasma technology. Prime Impact Fund led the seed funding round. [Built In Boston]

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