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BGV has made a first close of its fourth fund.
The firm added Sandesh Patnam and Jess Segal.
Homebound, a California-based startup focused on helping families rebuild their homes after wildfires, has raised $35 million in Series B funding.
Ian Friedman joins Collaborative Fund as a general partner in New York.
Toronto-based Q4 is a provider of of cloud-based investor relations solutions.
Pawlicy Advisor, a New York-based provider of pet insurance comparison services, has secured $1 million in funding.
NextView Ventures is seeking to raise $75 million for its fourth fund, according to an SEC filing.
High Alpha, an Indianapolis-based venture studio, has named Eric Smith as head of business design.
Montreal-based Otodata Wireless Network Inc, a provider of remote sensing products and technologies, has secured C$7.5 million in funding.
UK-based Dazzle, an automated conversation platform, has raised 2.3 million pounds in seed funding.
Wipro Ventures has closed its second fund at $150 million.
Epsagon, a microservices application monitoring company, has secured $16 million in Series A funding.
Nanox, a medical imaging tech company, has secured $26 million in funding.
WeCook, formerly known as Nutrition Fit Plus, has secured C$6 million in funding.
Toronto-based Xanadu, a quantum hardware and technology company, has secured C$4.4 million in funding.
Boulder, Colorado-based Arpeggio Bio, a preclinical company, has raised $3.2 million in seed financing.
Essential Accessibility, a provider of accessibility-as-a-service, has raised US$16 million in funding.
French mobile payment company Lydia has secured 40 million euros in Series B funding.
Emendo Biotherapeutics, a provider of synthetic biology to address untreatable diseases, has raised $61 million in Series B funding.
NextNav LLC, a provider of 3D geolocation services, has raised $120 million in financing.