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Lob Raises $50 Million in Series C Funding To Scale Its Direct Mail Platform

– Lob, the leading direct mail platform, announced that it has raised $50m in Series C funding.
– Led by long-time investor Y Combinator Continuity, this new financing round brings Lob’s total capital raised to $80m.
– Over 8,500 customers, including Twitter, Expedia, Booking.com, Betterment, Clover Health, Root Insurance and ThredUp, are using Lob’s platform to automate direct mail workflows.
– One in two U.S. households have now received mail generated from Lob’s platform, and the company is on pace to triple the amount of mail it will send in a single year.
– To continue scaling its operations, Lob is expanding its print delivery network—already the largest in America.

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BrandMaker Announces Strategic Investment From Rubicon Technology Partners

– BrandMaker announced a strategic investment from Rubicon Technology Partners.
Rubicon Technology Partners is a leading private equity firm based in Boulder, Colo., that is focused exclusively on investing in and growing enterprise software companies.
– The investment will accelerate BrandMaker’s global growth strategy, particularly in North America, through continued product innovation, go-to-market expansion, and pursuit of acquisition opportunities.
– BrandMaker brings much needed collaboration, visibility and agility to marketing operations, and the ability to manage, measure and continually improve marketing return-on-investment.
– BrandMaker’s award-winning SaaS platform solves the complexity of marketing operations by removing silos and providing seamless marketing operations orchestration.

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Oribi raises $15.5 million to challenge Google Analytics with no-code marketing insights

– Oribi, a no-code marketing analytics tool, has raised $15.5 million in a series B round of funding led by Ibex.
– The raise comes amid something of a boom for low-code/no-code platforms, spanning everything from web development and enterprise app building to web testing, game development, and process automation.
– Oribi lets users generate reports to share with managers or anyone else in the team, which can be customized to include logos, different colors and layouts.
– Oribi is all about bypassing long and resource-intensive integrations, and democratizing marketing analytics.

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Torii announces $10M Series A to automate SaaS management

– Torii, a startup that wants to make it easier to manage SaaS bloat, raised $10m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Wing Venture Capital and joined by prior investors Entree Capital, Global Founders Capital, Scopus Ventures and Uncork Capital.
– The company plans to use the funding to expand its sales and marketing efforts.

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Headless Commerce Platform Company Fabric Raises $43 Million

– Fabric is a headless commerce platform purpose-built for growth.
– The company raised $43m in Series A funding.
Norwest Venture Partners led the round and Redpoint Ventures and Sierra Ventures also participated.
– Scott Beechuk, a partner at Norwest Venture Partners, will join the board of directors in connection with the funding.
– The company plans to expand its product offerings, accelerate retailer onboarding and workflow, continue to meet the ever-changing needs of retailers and eliminate the need for replatforming.
– The round will also go toward recruiting top talent.

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Travel startup GetYourGuide secures $97M revolving credit facility

– Travel startup GetYourGuide secured $97m financing.
– The financing was led by UniCredit, with CitiGroup, Silicon Valley Bank, Deutsche Bank and KfW also participating.
– The capital could be used potentially for normal business expenses, for acquisitions or investments, or other strategic initiatives, such as more investment into the company’s in-house Originals tour operations or new services to book last-minute experiences.
– The company is seeing an increasing number of deals valued at over $1 million.

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Digital Signage Company Raydiant Raises $13 Million

– Raydiant is a digital signage company.
– The company raised $13m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by 8VC and Atomic, and joined by Delta Zulu, Gaingels, and BN Capital by Lerer Hippeau.
– The company will use the new capital to invest in product development and expand Raydiant’s go-to-market team.

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