RHC Pipleine Report v19.21

RHC REPORT HIGHLIGHT

EVON, PENNSYLVANIA – May 22, 2019 – L2 Capital Partners, L.P. (“L2” or “L2 Capital”) (www.L2Capital.net) announced the acquisition of Jurassic Quest Holdings, LLC and its wholly-owned subsidiaries (collectively “Jurassic Quest®”, “JQ”, or the “Company”), together, a family event business that produces the leading interactive dinosaur events in North America. Terms of the deal were not announced.

Read More Crunchbase:  https://www.crunchbase.com/acquisition/l2-capital-partners-acquires-jurassic-quest–1a8d0a82

Read More PEHub: https://www.pehub.com/2019/05/l2-capital-acquires-interactive-dinosaur-events-producer-jurassic-quest/#

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  • The Riverside Company acquired Northern Colorado Traffic Control, a traffic management provider. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Intapp, which is backed by Temasek and Great Hill Partners, acquired OnePlace, a Richmond, Va.-based provider of cloud-based solutions for marketing and business development teams. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Triton Pacific Capital Partners made an investment in MAP Health Management, an Austin-based provider of peer recovery support services and data insights for people with substance use disorders. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Cove Hill Partners made an investment in LiveAuctioneers, a New York-based online live-auction marketplace for fine and decorative art, antiques, jewelry, and vintage collectibles. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Clayton, Dubilier & Rice invested $150 million in MOD Super Fast Pizza Holdings LLC, a Seattle-based owner, and operator of a network of company-owned and franchised pizza restaurants.
  • Seaport Capital made an investment in All Traffic Data Services Inc, a Wheat Ridge, Colo.-based provider of traffic data collection and reporting, consulting services and transportation asset management. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Frontier Capital invested in Phone2Action, an Arlington, Va.-based digital advocacy platform that connects citizens to lawmakers. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Nxgen, which is backed by Parthenon Capital Partners, acquired Payments Plus Inc, a Paducah, Ky.-based payments firm. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • ParkerGale Capital made a majority investment in EditShare, a Boston-based provider of intelligent scale-out storage automated quality control, editing and media management solutions. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • TowerBrook Capital Partners LP made an investment in KeHE Distributors, a Naperville, N.Y.-based provider of natural and organic, specialty and fresh products to chain and independent grocery and natural food stores. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Mainsail Partners invested $23 million in Fullbay, a Phoenix, Ariz.-based business management software provider for the heavy-duty truck repair industry.
  • Five Point Energy sold a minority stake in WaterBridge Resources LLC, a Houston, Texas-based developer and operator of water infrastructure networks, to GIC. The deal values the company at approximately $2.8 billion.
  • Post Capital Partners recapitalized Property Registration Champions, LLC, a Melbourne, Fla.-based provider of rental, foreclosure, and vacant properties’ licensing and registration services. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • SugarCRM, which is backed by Accel-KKR, acquired Salesfusion, an Atlanta-based provider of marketing automation solutions. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • LDC acquired MSQ Partners, a London-based marketing agency. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Tapì, which is backed by Wise Equity SGR, acquired Les Bouchages Delage, a Cognac, France-based elite manufacturer. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • By Light Professional IT Services LLC, which is backed by Sagewind Capital, acquired Metova Federal, a Cabot, Ark.-based cyber range and cyber training services provider for the U.S. government. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Sumeru Equity Partners invested $56 million in Criteria Corp, a West Hollywood, Calif.-based SaaS-based employment analytics platform.
  • 42 North Dental, a portfolio company of Audax Private Equity, acquired Northborough Dental Associates, a Massachusetts-based dental office. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • H.I.G. Capital agreed to make an investment in Riveron, a Dallas, Texas-based business adviser. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • InDemand Interpreting, a portfolio company of Health Enterprise Partners, acquired Stratus Videoa Clearwater, Fla.-based video remote interpretation solutions provider, from Kinderhook
  • Solabia Group, backed by TA Associates, acquired Algatech Ltd, an Israel-based biotechnology company. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

DISCLAIMER: All deal information for our Pipeline Reports are provided by 3rd party websites such as Associated Press, Bloomberg, Business Wire, Crunchbase, Forbes, Fortune, Reuters, Wall Street Journal (WSJ), and other sources. We advise that you check with the company website for a press release or other direct sources.  Our reports use third-party resources to source our news. Updated: May 26, 2019 (2019.05.26)

RHC Pipeline Report v19.16

RHC PIPELINE HIGHLIGHT

Coupa Software (NASDAQ: COUP), a San Mateo, CA-based business spend management (BSM) company, is to acquire Exari, a provider of contract lifecycle management

Press Release: https://www.coupa.com/newsworthy/press-releases/coupa-announces-intent-to-acquire-contract-lifecycle-management-leader-exari/

(Coupa Software – SEA Link)

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  • Apollo Global Management will acquire Smart & Final Stores Inc (NYSE:SFS) for approximately $1.1 billion, including debt.
  • Gen.Ga Playa Vista, Calif.-based esports organization, raised $46 million in funding. Investors include Will Smith, Los Angeles Clippers minority owner Dennis Wong, New Enterprise Associates, Conductive Ventures, Battery Ventures, Canaan Partners, SVB Capital and Stanford University.
  • Maya Kaimal, a Rhinebeck, New York-based Indian-inspired food brand, received an investment from North Castle Partners
  • Pink Lily, a Bowling Green, Ky.-based online fashion retailer, received a minority investment from private equity investors
  • CloudBees, a San Francisco, CA-based enterprise DevOps company, acquired Electric Cloud, a market leader in continuous delivery and application release automation
  • Xoriant Corporation, a Sunnivale, California-based product engineering, software development, and technology services company, acquired CloudIO, an enterprise-grade solution provider in the areas of IoT, supplier collaboration, and financial statement analysis.
  • Variant Equity acquired Coach USA, a Paramus, N.J.-based provider of passenger transportation and mobility services, from Stagecoach Group plc for about $271.4 million.
  •  H.I.G. Capital made an investment in Medusind Solutions, a provider of revenue cycle management solutions. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • GED Capital made an investment in Aircraft Interior Refurbishment España, a Spain-based specializes in the maintenance, repair and overhaul of aircraft cabin interiors. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Polaris Growth Fund made an investment in Emergency Reporting, a Bellingham, Wash.-based provider of reporting and records management software for fire and EMS agencies. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Stifel Financial Corp. (NYSE: SF) agreed to acquire Mooreland Partners, an independent M&A and private capital advisory firm. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

KEYWORDS:  Apollo Global, Smart & Final Stores Inc, (NYSE:SFS), New Enterprise Associates, NEA, Gen.G, Stagecoach Group plc, Variant Equity, Coach USA, Aircraft Interior Refurbishment Espana, GED Capital, Mooreland Partners, Polaris Growth Fund

DISCLAIMER: This is a beta blog and all deal information is provided by AP, Bloomberg, Forbes, Fortune, Reuters, TechCrunch, VentureBeat, Wall Street Journal (WSJ), and other 3rd party sources. Please check with the company website or venture capital firm for a press release as this is a beta blog that does not update information.

RHC Pipeline Report v2018.12.28

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Plaid, a San Francisco-based fintech company, raised $250 million in Series C funding.  Mary Meeker led the round (from Kleiner Perkins’ growth fund), and was joined by investors including Andreessen Horowitz, Index Ventures, Goldman Sachs, NEA, and Spark Capital.

Read more: https://techcrunch.com/2018/12/11/fintech-startup-plaid-raises-250m-at-a-2-65b-valuation

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  • Tomahawk Robotics, a Melbourne, FL-based startup bringing advanced robotic control systems to enterprise markets, raised $2.4m in seed funding

  • GenEdit, Inc., a Berkeley, CA-based developer of novel polymer nanoparticle technology platform for non-viral-based delivery of gene therapeutics, completed an $8.5m seed financing

  • WhyHotel, a Washington, D.C.-based alternative lodging service that operates pop-up hotels in newly built, luxury apartment buildings, secured $10M in Series A funding

  • The Riveter, a Seattle, WA-based membership network built by women, for everyone, that offers coworking spaces, programming, and community, closed a $15m Series A financing

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RHC Pipeline Report v2018.10.28

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Airoboticsan Israel-based automated drone startup, raised $30 million in Series D funding. Pavilion Capital led the round, and was joined by investors including BlueRun Ventures, Charles River Ventures and OurCrowd.

Airobotics Press Release: https://www.airoboticsdrones.com/press-releases/airobotics-raises-32-5-million-round-c-to-meet-growing-demand-in-mining-and-homeland-security-industries/

(BlueRun Ventures –IND LINK)

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  • Cloud Elements, a Denver, CO-based API integration platform for digital products, raised a new funding round of undisclosed amount

  • Attila Security, a Fulton, MD-based company providing visibility, control and threat defense across physical, virtual, and cloud applications, completed its $2.5m seed funding round

  • 1Drop, a Boston, MA-based and Neuchatel, Switzerland-based life science company developing and commercializing a laboratory quality, a portable medical diagnostic testing platform, closed a $4.25m Series A equity financing round


  • Zylotech, a Cambridge, MA-based AI-driven customer analytics platform for marketers, secured a $5.5M funding round

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RHC Pipeline Report v2018.09.28

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Aflac Incorporated (NYSE :AFL) is increasing its original investment in the Aflac Ventures Fund from $100m over three years to $250 million over three to four years, as opportunities emerge

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  • Building Ventures, an early-stage investor committed to innovation in the built world, has launched officially
  • Amplify Partners, a Menlo Park, CA-based early-stage venture capital firm that invests in radically technical founders solving technical problems for the enterprise, closed its third fund, at $200m
  • Investment management firm Hillhouse Capital closed Hillhouse Fund IV, L.P., with aggregate commitments of US$10.6 billion
  • SaaS Capital, a Cincinnati and Seattle-based provider of committed credit facilities to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) companies, closed its third fund, with $75m in limited partner commitments

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RHC Pipeline Report v2018.07.28

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Golden Gate Capital acquired The Learning Experience, a Deerfield Beach, Fla.-based operator of academies of early education for children. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

Read more on Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/karstenstrauss/2018/07/03/the-learning-experience-changes-hands/

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  • Gridiron Capital LLC acquired a controlling stake in The Service Companies Inc, a Miami-based provider of services such as housekeeping, public and casino area cleaning, kitchen cleaning. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • WindRose Health Investors recapitalized basys, a Baltimore-based provider of benefits administration technology. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • CVC Capital Partners agreed to acquire Recordati, an Italy-based pharmaceutical business the Recordati family, for about 3 billion euros ($3.5 billion).
  • HS2 Solutions, which is backed by Mountaingate Capital, acquired Infield Digital, a digital experience consultancy. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Cairngorm Capital acquired Rembrand Timber Limited, a U.K.-based timber processing and distribution company, and is merging it with its existing portfolio company, Thornbridge. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Light, a San Francisco-based developer of computational imaging technology, raised $121 million in Series D funding. SoftBank led the round, and was joined by investors including Leica Camera AG.
  • BookMyShow, an India-based online ticketing service for cinemas, theatres and sports, raised $100 million in Series D funding. The investors were not named.
  • Centivo, a New York-based type of self-funded health plan, raised $34 million in Series A funding. Bain Capital Ventures led the round, and was joined by investors including F-Prime Capital Partners, Maverick Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, Ingleside Investors, Rand Capital, Grand Central Tech Ventures and Oxeon Investments.
  • Seeq Corp, a Seattle-based provider of industrial internet of things advanced analytics software, raised $23 million in Series B funding. Altira Group led the round, and was joined by investors including Chevron Technology Venturesnext47, and Second Avenue Partners.
  • Openpath, a Los Angeles-based provider of secure access systems for the modern office, raised $20 million in Series B funding. Emergence Capital led the round.
  • Reali, a San Mateo, Calif.-based real estate app, raised $20 million in Series B funding. Zeev Ventures led the round, and was joined by investors including Signia Venture Partners.
  • K Health, a New York-based primary care app, raised $12.5 million in funding. Investors icnlude Mangrove Capital Partners, Lerer Hippeau, Primary Venture Partners, BoxGroup, Max Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners and Comcast Ventures.
  • Swim.ai, a San Jose, Calif.-based edge intelligence software firm, raised $11 million in Series B funding. Cambridge Innovation Capital led the round.
  • Fattmerchant, an Orlando, Fla.-based payment technology provider, raised $10.5 million in Series C funding. Fulcrum Equity Partners led the round.
  • Swivel, a San Francisco-based online service where companies can find and design their own plug-and-play workspace, raised $4.75 million in seed funding. First Round Capital led the round, and was joined by investors including Fuel Capital, Correlation Ventures, Great Oaks Venture Capital, Hack VC, Capital Factory, Abstract Ventures, Floodgate and Next Coast Ventures.
  • Kenzie Academy, an Indianapolis-based apprenticeship program that develops modern tech workers, raised $4.2 million seed funding.  ReThink Education led the round.
  • The Ken, an India-based business news site, raised $1.5 million in Series A funding. Omidyar Network led the round.
  • Automation Anywhere, a San Jose, Calif.-based robotic process automation company, raised $250 million in Series A funding. New Enterprise Associates and Goldman Sachs Growth Equity co-led the round and were joined by investors including General Atlantic and World Innovation Lab. Automation Anywhere is valued at $1.8 billion post-money.
  • Califia Farms, a Los Angeles-based plant-based beverage company, raised more than $50 million in funding. Ambrosia Investments led the round and was joined by investors including Sun Pacific and Stripes Group.
  • Arrive Logistics, an Austin, Texas-based freight broker, raised more than $10 million in Series A funding. Lead Edge Capital led the round.
  • Unify Square, a Bellevue, Wash.-based provider of software and cloud managed services for Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business, raised approximately $10 million in Series C funding. PRIMEPULSE SE led the round.
  • Oden Technologies, a New York-based industrial IoT company that provides manufacturing data analytics, raised $10 million in Series A funding. Atomico led the round and was joined by investors including EQT Ventures and Inbox Capital.

DISCLAIMER: Information is provided by 3rd party sources such as AP, Bloomberg, Forbes, Fortune, PR Wire, Reuters, TechCrunch, VentureBeat, Wall Street Journal (WSJ), and other 3rd party sources and is not verified.

RHC Pipeline Report v2018.06.28

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TPG agreed to acquire a minority stake in Anastasia Beverly Hills, a Beverly Hills, Calif.-based beauty company. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

Read More Via BusinessWire: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180620005884/en/TPG-Capital-Partners-Anastasia-Beverly-Hills

(TPG – RHC Link)

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  • B-Stock Solutions, a Belmont-based online auction platform for returned, excess and other liquidation inventory, raised $65 million. Investors include Spectrum Equity.
  • Siris Capital will buy Web.com Group Inc, a Jacksonville, Fla.-based provider of internet domain name registration services, for about $2 billion in cash.
  • Anju Software Inc, which is backed by Providence Equity Partners, acquired MDCPartners, a provider of business intelligence data solutions. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Serent Capital made an investment in Axiom Medical, a Texas-based incident case management and occupational health services provider. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Nubox, which is backed by Riverwood Capital, acquired Colppy, an Argentina-based provider of cloud-based financial management solutions for entrepreneurs. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Netgain Technology LLC, which is backed by Bluff Point Associates, acquired iManaged Solutions LLC, a Huntington Beach, Calif.-based provider of cloud services to optometry practices. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Harbor Beach Capital made funding of an undisclosed amount in AVFX, a Boston-based provider of event technology services.
  • United Claim Solutions, a portfolio company of Great Point Partners, acquired Zebu Compliance Solutions, a Portsmouth, Ohio-based provider of payment integrity and ongoing credentialing solutions to payors, clearinghouses, and provider organizations. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Centauri Health Solutions Inc, which is backed by Silversmith Capital Partners, acquired NHI Billing Services, a Phoenix, Ariz.-based provider of Medicaid-related specialized billing services to hospitals and health systems. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  •  PolicyBazaar, an India-based operator of a digital insurance business, raised more than $200 million in funding. SoftBank’s Vision Fund led the round and was joined by investors including InfoEdge and Naukri.com.
  • TourRadar, an Austria-based operator of an online marketplace to compare and book group travel, raised $50 million in Series C funding. TCV led the round, and was joined by investors including Cherry Ventures, Endeit Capital, Hoxton Ventures, and Speedinvest.
  • Unison Home Ownership Investors, a provider of home ownership investments, raised $40 million in Series B funding. F-Prime Capital led the round, and was joined by investors including Citi Ventures and Royal Bank of Canada.
  • BigID Inc, a New York City and Tel Aviv-based provider of enterprise data protection and privacy solutions, raised $30 million in Series B funding. Scale Venture Partners led the round, and was joined by investors including ClearSky Security, Comcast Ventures, BOLDstart Ventures, Information Venture Partners and the SAP.iO Fund.
  • HONK Technologies, a San Francisco-based platform for connecting drivers, towing professionals and insurers, raised $18 million in funding. Altpoint Ventures led the round, and was joined by investors including Venture 51 and Structure Capital.
  • Homee, a Tampa Fla.-based on-demand property maintenance app, raised $11 million in Series A funding. Investors include Home Depot, Activate Capital and Engage Ventures.
  • Quantum Xchange, a Bethesda, Md.-based provider of fiber-optic network and data protection services, raised $10 million in Series A funding. New Technology Ventures led the funding.
  • Catalog, a San Francisco-based developer of a method to encode data in DNA, raised $9 million in funding. New Enterprise Associates led the round and was joined by investors including OS Fund, Day One Ventures, messaging app Line, Data Collective, Green Bay Ventures, AME Cloud Ventures, and Industry Ventures.
  • Winnie, a San Francisco-based developer of an app that offers parents with information needed to travel, explore, or run errands with kids, raised $4 million in seed funding. Reach Capital led the round and was joined by investors including Rethink Impact, Homebrew, Ludlow Ventures, Afore Capital, and BBG Ventures.
  • Triptease, a U.K.-based travel SaaS startup which helps hotels to get more direct bookings and bring hospitality online, raised $4 million in funding. Investors include BGF and Notion Capital.
  • Atomic Reach, a Canada-based artificial intelligence-based content optimization platform, raised $3.4 million in funding. Investors include Fidelity Investments Canada ULC.

DISCLAIMER: Information is provided by 3rd party sources such as AP, Bloomberg, Forbes, Fortune, PR Wire, Reuters, TechCrunch, VentureBeat, Wall Street Journal (WSJ), and other 3rd party sources and is not verified.

RHC Pipeline Report v2018.05.28

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KKR and Oaktree Capital Management LP acquired ProServ, a U.K.-based energy services company, for $50 million.

Read More via ProServ Press Release: https://www.proserv.com/proserv-enters-restructuring-agreement/

(KKR – SEA Link)

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Accel-KKR acquired Sageworks, a Raleigh, N.C.-based provider of financial software and information products to American financial institutions. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

Kinderhook Industries recapitalized All States Ag Parts, a Downing, Wisc.-based supplier of used and remanufactured parts for tractors and ag equipment. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

FTV Capital invested $35 million in Tango Card, a Seattle-based provider of digital incentives and rewards.

L Catterton Asia invested in Future Lifestyle Fashions Ltd, an India-based fashion company. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

Main Capital acquired a stake in SDB Ayton, a healthcare HR specialist. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

BJ Beltram, Inc., a portfolio company of Trivest Partners, acquired Louis Wohl and Sons Inc, a Tampa, Fla.-based provider of equipment, supplies and design services to the food service industry. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

River Associates Investments LP acquired GAHH, a  North Hollywood, Calif.-based maker of aftermarket convertible tops, Jeep tops, seat covers and vehicle interiors. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

Fulcrum Equity Partners acquired a majority stake in Liberation Way, a Yardley, Penn.-based drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

The Halifax Group invested ChanceLight Behavioral Health, Therapy & Education, a provider of behavioral health, therapy and education solutions for children and young adults. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

Fireman Capital Partners acquired a majority interest in Bandon Holdings, an Anytime Fitness franchisee. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

Cuebiq, a New York-based location intelligence and consumer insights company, raised $27 million in Series B funding. Investors include Goldman Sachs Principal Strategic Investments, Nasdaq Ventures, DRW Venture Capital, Tribeca Venture Partners, Tribeca Angels and TLcom Capital.

OJO Labs, an Austin, Texas-based learning chatbot provider, raised $20.5 million in Series B funding. Investors include LiveOak Venture Partners, Silverton Partners, Realogy Holdings Corp., Royal Bank of Canada, Northwestern Mutual Future Ventures and ServiceMaster.

REBBL, an Emeryville, Calif.-based producer of organic coconut-milk based super-herb drinks, raised $20 million in funding. CAVU Venture Partners led the round.

Bestow Inc., a Dallas-based company insurance tech company, raised $15 million in Series A funding. Valar Ventures led the round, and was joined by investors including New Enterprise Associates (NEA), Core Innovation Capital, 8VC, and Morpheus Ventures.

Nanit, a New York-based smart baby monitor that uses computer vision technology, raised $14 million in Series B funding. Jerusalem Venture Partners led the round, and was joined by investors including Upfront Ventures, RRE Ventures, Vulcan Capital and Vaal Investment Partners.

Decent, a Sausalito, Calif.-based healthcare startup, has secured $8 million in funding. Decent’s investors included Foundation Capital, Menlo Ventures, Digital Currency Group, Lux Capital, Maverick Ventures, Core Innovation Capital, Meridian Street Capital, Healthy Ventures, ChinaRock Capital Management, Abstract Ventures, Precursor Ventures, Ride Ventures, Sequoia Capital Scouts, Fenwick & West and Sure Ventures.

TuneGO, a Henderson, N.V.-based technology platform that connects artists with the music industry, raised more than $7.7 million in Series B funding. Falcon Capital led the round.

Indee Labs, a Berkeley, Calif. and Sydney, Australia-based developer of hardware for gene delivery, raised $2.6 million in funding. Founders Fund led the round, and was joined by investors including Main Sequence Ventures.

Selected, a New York-based online platform that matches teachers with jobs, raised $1.2 million in seed funding. Propel Capital led the round, and was joined by investors including Kapor Capital.

RHC Pipeline Report v2018.08.28 (SEA)

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Duckhorn Wine Company, which is backed by TSG Consumer Partners, acquired Kosta Brownea California-based winery. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

Read More: https://www.winemag.com/2018/07/17/duckhorn-wine-company-buys-kosta-browne/

(SEA LINK)

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  • Align General Insurance Agency merged with Catalytic Risk Managers, a San Diego-based insurance firm, with funding from Bregal Sagemount. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Dominus Capital invested in BluSky Restoration Contractors, a Centennial, Colo.-based provider of restoration and roofing services. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • KCM Capital Partners recapitalized Atlantic Beverage, an Edison, N.J.-based food and beverage distributor in partnership with existing investors Huron Capital and Stonehenge Partners. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Medlogix LLC, a portfolio company of Excellere Partners, acquired Integrity Medicolegal Enterprises and Michigan Evaluation Group, two medical record review firms based in Minneapolis, Minn. and Southfield, Mich. respectively. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Pátria Investimentos is reportedly weighing a bid for Companhia Energética de São Paulo, Reuters reports citing a source.
  • Pinnacle Dermatology, a portfolio company of Chicago Pacific Founders, acquired North Oakland Dermatology, a North Oakland, Mich.-based dermatology practice. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Rising Sun Ventures acquired a majority stake in Eyenalyze, a Conway, Ak.-based data analytics software firm for restaurant owners and franchises. financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Blue Point Capital Partners recapitalized Next Level Apparel, a Gardena, Calif.-based maker of casual apparel for the promotional product, ad specialty and other decorated apparel markets. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Dwyer Group, which is backed by Harvest Partners, acquired Mosquito Joe, a Virginia Beach, Va.-based franchisor in the mosquito control services industry. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • Alpine Investors made an investment in VHT, an Akron, Ohio-based provider of customer experience solutions. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
  • AdSwerve, which is backed by Abry Partners, acquired Analytics Pros Inc, a Seattle-based Google Analytics 360 and Google Cloud partner and reseller, for $24 million.
  • ClearCompany, a recruiting and talent management software solution, raised $60 million in funding. Primus Capital led the round.
  • Progressa, a Canada-based fintech company leveraging big data to improve lending outcomes for sub-prime consumers, raised $84 million in Series B funding. Gravitas Securities and Canaccord Genuity co-led the round.
  • AuditBoard, a La Palma, Calif.-based cloud-software platform for automating the way enterprises handle critical risk, audit and compliance work, raised $40 million in Series B funding. Battery Ventures led the round.
  • Twistlock, a Portland-based provider of container and cloud native cyber security, raised $33 million in Series C funding. ICONIQ Capital led the round, and was joined by investors including YL Ventures, TenEleven, Rally Ventures, Polaris Partners and Dell Technologies Capital.
  • Axoni, a New York-based provider of enterprise blockchain technology, raised $32 million in Series B funding. Goldman Sachs and Nyca Partners led the round, and were joined by investors including Andreessen Horowitz, Citi, Coatue Management, Digital Currency Group, F-Prime Capital, Franklin Templeton Investments, J.P. Morgan, NEX Group, Wells Fargo and Y Combinator.
  • Ubiquity6, a San Francisco-based provider of an AR platform, raised $27 million in Series B funding. Benchmark and Index Ventures co-led the round.
  • RevJet, a San Carlos, Calif.-based operator of an online platform for audience-based ad creatives, raised $21 million in Series A funding. Nautic Partners led the round.
  • Owl Cameras, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based developer of an automobile security camera, raised $10 million in a Series A1 funding. Canvas Ventures led the round, and was joined by investors including DefyKhosla VenturesMenlo VenturesSherpa Capital and CSAA Insurance Group.
  • Full Harvest, a San Francisco-based provider of a B2B platform that connects large farms to food companies to sell surplus and imperfect produce, raised $8.5 million in Series A funding. Spark Capital led the round, and was joined by investors including Cultivian Sandbox Ventures, Wireframe Ventures, Rent the Runway founder Jenny Fleiss, Jon Scherr and Adam Zeplain ofMark.vc.
  • Backbone PLM, a Boulder, Colo.-based cloud-based platform that enables brands to streamline the product development process, raised $8 million in Series A funding. Signal Peak Ventures led the round, and was joined by investors including Grotech Ventures, Spider Capital, Novel TMT Ventures, Beanstalk Ventures, Brainchild Holdings and Peterson Ventures.
  • meQuilibrium, a Boston-based provider of a digital coaching platform, raised $7 million in Series C funding. HLM Venture Partners led the round, and was joined by investors including Chrysalis Ventures and Safeguard Scientifics.
  • Capillary Biomedical Inc, an Irvine, Calif.-based diabetes management startup, raised $2.9 million in funding. Cove Fund led the round.
  • BioBeats, a London-based provider of digital health products, raised 2.4 million pounds ($3 million) in funding. Oxford Sciences Innovation, White Cloud and IQ Capital led the round.
  • Concourse Global, a Brooklyn, N.Y.-based educational tech company, raised $2 million in seed funding. Colle Capital led the round, and was joined by investors including A-Star Education and Third Kind VC.

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