Technology companies such as TILT Holdings, Orbs, Procore Technologies, Vyng, Avanan, Momni, TicketGuardian, among others, have announced their latest funding rounds.
TILT Holdings, a technology platform serving the cannabis industry, announced a $6.8 million private placement equity financing with Weston Capital Group.
Israeli blockchain start-up Orbs received an investment from Kakao Investment, the venture arm of South Korean internet conglomerate Kakao Corp.
Procore Technologies, a provider of cloud-based applications for construction, has closed $75 million of funding in a round led by Tiger Global Management. This round values the company at $3 billion.
Vyng, a company focused on transforming how conversations start on mobile, has raised $4 million in a Series A round, led by Omidyar Network India and returning investor March Capital Partners, with participation from Alpha Edison and the Entrepreneur Fund.
Avanan, an enterprise security provider for SaaS-based email and collaboration platforms, has raised $25 million in Series B funding from existing investors StageOne Ventures, Magma Venture Partners and Greenfield Partners (a TPG Growth investment platform).
Momni has secured additional funding of more than $1.75 million to expand its caresharing app — led significantly by Tamarak Capital, a Utah family office, and was accompanied by investors from Utah venture service firm RevRoad and angel investors.
TicketGuardian, an insur-tech company, announced an $8 million Series A funding round — led by American Family Ventures and IA Capital Group. This new round brings total funding to $13 million to date.