Among the highlights this past week - Cue's $15.5 million raise for its unique, self-health care tracker, Neighborly's $25 million raise for its platform to democratize the municipal bond market, and Japan-based Farmnote's $4.6 million raise for its IoT devices to track the health of livestock. Also, Naval Ravikant of Angel Co. took the stage at TechCrunch Disrupt in New York today Wednesday to announce a new syndicate vehicle called "Angel Funds."
Among the highlights this past week - Farmecco received $600K to help modernize farmers P&L in Australia, Hamburg-based Kreditech, a competitor to Lenddo and LendUp, received $110 million, and Uber rival Go-Jek, based in Indonesia, received $1.2 billion in new funding.
Sustainable feedstock maker Calysta, AltSchool and Bonsai AI were among this past week's notable investing deals. Calysta received $40 million in Series D for its innovative food technology that promises to eliminate the need for two increasingly scarce resources in our planet – water and agricultural land – for production of fish feed for the aquaculture industry.
Next-generation 911 emergency call delivery network RapidSOS, the Dave app that helps predicts bank overdrafts and helps consumers avoid big fees and all-natural kids meal creator KidFresh were among this past week's notable investing deals. RapidSOS received $14 million to continue its work building out its 911 emergency technology platform.
Ooho maker Skipping Rocks Labs, insurtech provider BIMA and food-waste startup Wasteless were among this past week's notable investing deals. Ooho received $1.05 million for its biodegradable product, to help save the dumping of one-billion wasted water bottles per year, among the chief sources of microplastics that end up in our planet's oceans.