June 12, 2017
• Lyft, a San Francisco-based on-demand ride company, raised $25 million in funding from InMotion Ventures, a venture capital fund backed by Jaguar Land Rover. The investment was part of Lyft’s previously reported $600 million Series G round in April. Read more at Fortune.
• Dropbox Sign (Formerly HelloSign), a San Francisco-based e-signature platform, raised $16 million in funding. Foundry Group and Zach Coelius led the round, and were joined by Greylock Partners, U.S. Venture Partners and Tien Zhuo.
• Stratumn, a Paris-based blockchain application developer, raised €7 million ($7.85 million) in Series A funding. Investors include Open CNP, Otium Venture, Nasdaq and Digital Currency Group.
• Citrine Informatics, a Redwood City, Calif.-based chemicals and materials artificial intelligence platform, raised $7.6 million in Series A funding. Innovation Endeavors, Data Collective and Prelude Ventures led the round, and were joined by AME Cloud Ventures and XSeed Capital.
• Nomadic, a San Rafael, Calif.-based immersive entertainment company, raised $6 million in seed funding. Horizons Ventures led the round, and was joined by Maveron, Presence Capital, Vulcan Capital, and Verus International.
• YEAY, a Germany-based video-powered shopping platform, raised $4.9 million in seed funding. Grazia Equity led the round.
• SoftWear Automation, an Atlanta-based robotic sewing firm, raised $4.5 million in funding from CTW Venture Partners.
• Compliance.ai, a San Francisco-based regulatory and compliance management platform, raised $4 million in funding from Cota Capital.
• Timeular, an Austria-based time tracking device developer, raised €1 million ($1.1 million) in funding to develop new productivity coaching tools to help you work smarter, according to TechCrunch.