– SingleFile, a Seattle startup that simplifies filing and compliance workflow, has added $2.1m in additional funding to its seed round, which now totals $5.4m.
– The online filing and registered agent platform for companies and law firms launched its beta product in 2019 and has since attracted thousands of orders from hundreds of customers.
– SingleFile is currently working with six national law firms and is a technology partner for Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati’s new startup platform, Neuron.
Unicorn Nest news
– Mark43 from New York provides a public safety CAD, RMS, analytics, and property and evidence platform.
– The company raised $101m in Series E funding.
– The round was led by The Spruce House Partnership and Tiger Global Management with participation from Radcliff Companies, Australia’s 29th Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, and former Lord Mayor of Sydney Lucy Turnbull, Goldman Sachs, General Catalyst, Spark Capital, HighSage Ventures, and Avenir Capital.
– The company intends to use the funds to develop new products, foster dialogue between public safety agencies and the communities they serve, and continue to invest in its growth across the U.S. and abroad.
Elistair, The Pioneer in Tethered UAVs, Announces a €5M Series B Round to Accelerate Its International Expansion
– Elistair, a market leader in tethered drones, has raised €5M from Omnes and Starquest Capital, its historic investor.
– This Series B round follows an initial €2M funding round in 2018.
– Elistair counts national security and defense organizations amongst its customers, offering them two patented product ranges: an automated tethered drone: Orion 2 and tether stations capable of transforming free-flying drones into tethered drones.
– The Orion 2 drone acts as an aerial reconnaissance mast, substantially increasing the field of vision of operating forces and reducing vulnerable entry points.
– They are also used to deploy tactical communication networks, greatly increasing the range and coverage of military radios.
Unicorn Nest news
– Promise, a payment technology platform, has announced over $20 Million in new Series A funding.
– The funding will bring antiquated government payment systems into the 21st century.
– The company was founded to transform the inconvenient and time-consuming process of paying down government debt into something that any resident can use.