Unicorn Nest news
– Tiny Organics, a NYC-based early childhood nutrition company, closed an $11m Series A funding round.
– The round was led by Springdale Ventures with participation from InvestEco, Silas Capital, Human Ventures, VegInvest, Babylist, Gaingels, XFactor Ventures, Natureza and Howard Morgan.
– The company intends to use the funds to continue to expand operations, build the brand and customer awareness in the market, and develop new product categories and sales channels.
– Kudos, a startup that is looking to reinvent the disposable diaper with sustainability in mind, announced the close of a $2.4m seed round of financing.
– Investors include Foundation Capital, XFund, PJC, Precursor Ventures, Liquid 2 Ventures, SV Angel, Underscore VC, Alpha Bridge Ventures, April Underwood and more.
– Kudos is the first and only disposable baby diaper to earn the cotton natural seal from Cotton Inc. for having 100% cotton touching the baby’s skin instead of plastic.
– They’re also made with four times more plant-based materials than the top disposable diaper out there.
– Nanit has raised $25m in Series C funding.
– The round was led by GV, with participation from existing investors Jerusalem Venture Partners, Upfront Ventures, RRE Ventures and Rho Capital Partners.
– Nanit is the technology company behind the most advanced smart monitoring system that connects parents to their baby’s health and well-being.
– Nanit’s market success is driven by its ability to provide parents with immediate information and personalized data on their baby and toddler’s health and well-being right to their phone.
– The solution starts with Nanit’s AI-powered overhead nursery camera which uses advanced computer vision technology to see and hear everything happening in and around the crib combined with machine learning and data-backed sleep science to provide actionable insights that help parents learn about their child’s development.