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The Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report: 7/12/21

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San Francisco-based Censia is a people-obsessed company that believes talent is an organization’s most valuable asset. Founded by Joanna Riley in 2017, Censia has now raised a total of $28.6M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include CerraCap Ventures, CXO Fund, Marbruck, Merus Capital, and Streamlined Ventures.

Deep Instinct

$67.0M – Series D Extension

New York-based Deep Instinct applies deep learning to cybersecurity, offering zero-day attack protection. Founded by Eli David, Guy Caspi, and Nadav Maman in 2015, Deep Instinct has now raised a total of $259.1M in total equity funding and is backed by Chrysalis Investments.

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Instawork

$60.0M – Series C

San Francisco-based Instawork is the on-demand staffing app for gig workers and hospitality businesses. Founded by Saureen Shah and Sumir Meghani in 2015, Instawork has now raised a total of $88.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Benchmark, Burst Capital, Corner Ventures, Craft Ventures, Four Rivers Group, Greylock, GV, Spark Capital, SV Angel, Tilman Fertitta, and WndrCo.

Intellimize

$30.0M – Series B

San Mateo-based Intellimize is a startup offering tools for marketers to drive conversions by personalizing websites. Founded by Brian Webb, Guy Yalif, and Jin Lim in 2016, Intellimize has now raised a total of $52.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Addition, Amplify Partners, Cobalt Capital, Homebrew, and Precursor Ventures.

mmhmm

$100.0M – Series B

San Francisco-based mmhmm is a virtual camera application used to create virtual rooms, backdrops, and presentations during video conferencing calls. Founded by Phil Libin in 2020, mmhmm has now raised a total of $134.9M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Human Capital, Mubadala Capital | Ventures US, Sequoia Capital, SoftBank Vision Fund, and World Innovation Lab (WiL).

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Netskope

$300.0M – Venture

Santa Clara-based Netskope is a software company that helps organizations understand online activities, protect data, stop threats, and respond to incidents. Founded by Krishna Narayanaswamy, Ravi Ithal, and Sanjay Beri in 2012, Netskope has now raised a total of $1.0B in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Accel, Base Partners, Geodesic Capital, ICONIQ Growth, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Sapphire Ventures, and Sequoia Capital Global Equities.

Osso VR

$27.0M – Series B

Boston-based Osso VR is a training and assessment platform focused on surgical virtual reality. Founded by Justin Barad in 2016, Osso VR has now raised a total of $43.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Anorak Ventures, GSR Ventures, Kaiser Permanente Ventures, Leslie Ventures, OCA Ventures, Scrum Ventures, and SignalFire.

Popshop Live

$20.0M – Series A

New York-based Popshop Live is a mobile live streaming marketplace where talented individuals can create and host their own shopping channel. Founded by Danielle Li in 2016, Popshop Live has now raised a total of $23.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Abstract Ventures, Access Industries, Baron Davis, Benchmark, Floodgate, Hailey Bieber, Jim Lanzone, Kendall Jenner, Kevin Mayer, Long Journey Ventures, MANTIS Venture Capital, Michael Ovitz, Sophia Amoruso, SV Angel, TQ Ventures, and Vivi Nevo.

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r2c

$27.0M – Series B

San Francisco-based r2c operates as a software security startup. Founded by Drew Dennison, Isaac Evans, and Luke O’Malley in 2017, r2c has now raised a total of $40.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Felicis Ventures, Redpoint, and Sequoia Capital.

Reconstruct

$17.3M – Series B

Menlo Park-based Reconstruct provides continuous, actionable analytics to construction managers enabling them to make better decisions Founded by Derek Hoiem and Mani Golparvar in 2016, Reconstruct has now raised a total of $27.4M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Cultivation Capital, Nemetschek, Romulus Capital, and Serra Ventures.

Skedulo

$75.0M – Series C

San Francisco-based Skedulo is a workforce management and scheduling platform for deskless workers. Founded by James Davies and Matt Fairhurst in 2013, Skedulo has now raised a total of $114.0M in total equity funding and is backed by SoftBank Vision Fund.

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Unit21

$34.0M – Series B

San Francisco-based Unit21 is a platform that provides no-code tools and services for risk and compliance teams. Founded by Clarence Chio and Trisha Kothari in 2018, Unit21 has now raised a total of $47.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include A.Capital Ventures, Gradient Ventures, ICONIQ Capital, South Park Commons, and Tiger Global Management.

Xilis

$70.0M – Series A

Durham-based Xilis is an oncology and precision health company that provides technologies to diagnoses cancer. Founded by David Hsu, Hans Clevers, and Xiling Shen in 2019, Xilis has now raised a total of $73.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Alix Ventures, Catalio Capital Management, Duke Angel Network, Felicis Ventures, GV, KdT Ventures, Life Sciences Partners, Mubadala Capital | Ventures US, Pear VC, and Two Sigma Ventures.

Zerion

$8.2M – Series A

San Francisco-based Zerion is an all-in-one interface that allows technical and non-technical users to acquire, track and manage DeFi assets. Founded by Alexey Bashlykov, Evgeny Yurtaev, and Vadim Koleoshkin in 2016, Zerion has now raised a total of $10.2M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Alexander Pack, Anastasia Andrianova, Ash Egan, BitScale, Blockchain.com Ventures, Continue Capital, DCG Group, DeFi Alliance, Fernando Martinelli, G1 Ventures, Joey Krug, Julien Bouteloup, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Lyuben Belov, Mosaic, Placeholder, SevenX Ventures, Stani Kulechov, The LAO, and Wintermute Trading.

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Keys to high-impact outreach that gets attention.

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