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North America Tourism Travel

Harvest Hosts Scoops Up $37M Growth Investment

– Harvest Hosts from San Francisco has announced a $37m growth investment from Stripes.
– As road travel and the RV industry experience a major surge, the investment will enable the company to drive its continued expansion of host locations to connect travelers with safe, one-of-a-kind overnight experiences, while supporting small businesses.

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Asia Biotechnology Health Care

TechsoMed Raises $7 Million Series B financing led by Axil Capital

– TechsoMed has raised $7m in Series B financing led by Axil Capital.
– The company is developing a first of its kind AI and Algorithm powered real-time tissue damage imaging technology.
– TechsoMed is collaborating with leading medical centers world-wide, in efforts to secure regulatory approval for its BioTrace system in liver tumor ablation through the De Novo process established by the FDA. In parallel, the BioTrace system is also being developed to support cardiac and pain ablation procedures.

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Europe Events Meeting Software Social Network Video Conferencing

Hopin Raises $400M in Series C Funding

– Hopin Raises $400M in Series C Funding.
– The round was co-led by new investors Andreessen Horowitz and General Catalyst, and existing investor IVP, with participation from returning investors Coatue, DFJ Growth, Northzone, Salesforce Ventures and Tiger Global.
– The new investment will be used to accelerate growth, including scaling its operations, team and platform.

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Biotechnology Health Care North America Therapeutics

Caribou Biosciences Raises $115M in Series C Funding

– Caribou Biosciences, Inc., a Berkeley, California-based clinical-stage CRISPR genome editing biotechnology company, raised $115m in Series C funding.
– The round was co-led by new premier healthcare investors Farallon Capital Management, PFM Health Sciences, and Ridgeback Capital Investments.

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Health Care Home Health Care Medical North America

DispatchHealth Raises $200M in Series D Financing

– DispatchHealth is a Denver, CO-based provider of in-home medical care.
– Company raised $200m in Series D funding.
– The round was led by Tiger Global with participation from previous investors Alta Partners, Echo Health Ventures, Humana, Oak HC/FT and Questa Capital.
– The new investment will be used to expand the company’s platform for in-home medical care to a total of 100 markets and its Advanced Care line of service across the United States.

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Asia InsurTech

Symbo Platform Raises US$9.4M in Series A Funding

– Symbo Platform Holdings, a Singapore-based insurtech platform, closed a US$9.4m funding round.
– The round was led by CreditEase Fintech Investment Fund and Think Investments, with participation from existing investors Integra Partners, Insignia Ventures and AJ Capital.
– The company intends to use the funds to continue investing in its core technology and leadership team with recruitment across technology and product functions along with senior business development hires in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia and in its Indian affiliate.

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Advanced Materials Health Care Medical Device North America Product Management

Access Vascular Secures $20M in Series B

– Access Vascular from San Francisco has closed on a Series B round of financing.
TVM Capital Life Science led the round with a $15m commitment, with existing investors also participating.

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Artificial Intelligence Biotechnology Europe Pharmaceutical

Exscientia Closes $100M in Series C Financing

– Exscientia is a clinical stage pharmatech company pioneering the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to design new drugs.
– Company raised 100m in Series C funding.
– The round was led by BlackRock with participation from Novo Holdings, Evotec, Bristol Myers Squibb, and GT Healthcare Capital.
– The company intends to use the funds for platform development towards autonomous drug design, extension of its proprietary pipeline into clinical trials and expansion of existing capabilities in biological analytics that support target selection and portfolio development.

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Internet North America

Sequoia Capital India’s Surge invests $2M in sales engagement platform Outplay

– Outplay, a sales engagement platform, raised $2m in funding.
– The round was led by Sequoia Capital India‘s Surge program for early-stage startups.
– Outplay was founded in January 2020 by brothers Ram and Laxman Papineni.
– Outplay is designed for teams that use multiple channels to reach potential customers, including phone calls, text messages, email, live chats on websites and social media platforms like LinkedIn or Twitter.
– It integrates with customer relationship management platforms like Salesforce and Pipedrive, giving sales people a new interface that includes productivity and automation tools to cut the time they spend on administrative tasks.
– Outplay also provides analytics to help sales people track how well sales campaigns are working.

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Dental Insurance Loyalty Programs mHealth North America

Beam raises $80 million for AI-driven dental coverage that rewards good hygiene

– Beam Dental, a Columbus, Ohio-based dental benefits provider, today announced it has raised $80 million in an oversubscribed series E round led by Mercato Partners.
– Beam says the funds will be put toward expanding its offering to new markets, product R&D, and onboarding employee benefits brokerages.
– Alex Curry, Alex Frommeyer, and Dan Dykes founded Beam in 2012 to make dental care more affordable.
– Using AI, Beam rewards policyholders who brush and floss more with cheaper rates, reflecting the fact that preventative care reduces the likelihood of expensive dental work and emergency visits down the line.

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