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Meanwhile, the weekly digest from September is below 🙂

After the $66m capital cool down in the first week of September, the past week we watched the final embers of Tel Aviv’s blazing summer, with $452m in announced investments.

Seed Rounds

  • ListenApp, a secured service platform for smartphones, raised $1m from private investors.
  • Fantasy Network, a platform for fantasy sports, raised $1m from AltaIR Capital and a syndicate of private investors.
  • Reactful, a real- website optimization platform, raised $1.4m from Phi Square Ventures, Nautilius, Shaked Ventures, and Inspiration Ventures.
  • CreditPlace, an online marketplace for credit, raised $1.5m from private investors.
  • Sensibo, an solution for air conditioning, raised $2.6m led by Motus Ventures, with participation from Lool ventures, Kima ventures, and private investors.

 Series A Rounds

  • Cronus, an automated penetration testing software solution, raised $3.5m from JANVEST and private investors.
  • Beyond Verbal, a company extracting emotion from voice to diagnose health problems, raised $3m in a round led by Kuang Chi GCI Fund, Singulariteam, VI Ventures, and private investors.
  • Revuze, a company using machine learning to improve product experiences for Fortune 500 companies raised $4m from Nielsen Innovate, with participation from NPD Group and TIC Group.
  • Sourcery, a next generation foodservice commerce platform, raised $5m, led by Marker, with participation from Palantir Technologies and Steadfast.
  • Proov, a SaaS platform pioneering the PoC as a service model, raised $7m from Mangrove, OurCrowd, and private investors.

Growth/Miscellaneous Rounds

  • Tipalti, a white-labeled payment solution addressing the challenges of tax and regulatory variation across international borders, raised $14m led by SGVC with participation from Tank Hill Ventures, Wicklow Capital, and private angels.
  • Totango, a customer success management platform, raised $8m led by Benhamou Global Ventures, with participation from Pitango, Gemini, and others.
  • Agent Vi, a  video analytics platform providing search and business intelligence applications, raised $6m led by Kuang Chi GCI Fund and Motorola Solutions.
  • Applause, a leading provider of QA tools to app developers, raised $35m led by Credit Suisse, with participation from Goldman Sachs, Accenture, Scale Venture Partners, and other investors.
  • Roboteam, a designer, developer, and manufacturer of unmanned defense robots, raised $50m from Crossroad and private investors.
  • CTERA, a company providing an all-in-one solution for cloud  storage security, raised $25m led by Bessemer, with participation from Benchmark, Vintage, Cisco, and Venrock.
  • OTClaroty, a passive monitoring system that secures and optimizes OT networks, raised $32m led by Bessemer, with participation from ICV Partners, Innovation Endeavors, Marker, Red Dot Capital Partners, and Mitsui.
  • Datorama, a business intelligence solution for marketers, raised $32m led by Lightspeed with participation from Innovation Endeavors, Marker, and Cedar III.
  • Celeno, a fabless semiconductor company developing components for high performance carrier-class Wi-Fi systems, raised $38m, led by Red Dot Capital Partners, with participation from Cisco, Greylock, OurCrowd, Pitango, and other private investors.

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Love,
Max

Max Marine

Max Marine is an iAngels Investment Analyst. Prior to iAngels, Max was a Junior Partner at Venture1st, providing marketing and support to Israeli start-ups. Max passed the three CFA exams consecutively, holds an MS in Investment Management, and a B.B.A. in Finance, Real Estate, and Risk Management and Insurance from Temple University’s Fox School of Business. Contact him at [email protected]



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