Weekly Refresh: Riskified is Valued at over $1B, and More Big Funding News

by Anna Holmquist
November 11, 2019
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Bodily launches an online platform. It's a content and e-commerce platform for birth recovery and breastfeeding, aiming to fill an information gap for new mothers. Each article is based on clinical research. [Built In NYC]

Eight Sleep raises $40M to hire more. The sleep fitness startup partnered with researchers to create technology that allows for a better night's sleep. They plan to double their team, expand into more retail settings and invest more in research and development. [Built In NYC]

Reonomy, an analytics platform, raises $60M. The platform pulls data from external sources and restructures it so it can easily be viewed all in one place and provides predictive analytics. The funds will be used to expand internationally. [Built In NYC]

Riskified reaches a valuation of over $1 billion. The company’s software suite works to combat e-commerce fraud while boosting conversion rate for real customers. They will use their $165M Series E funding to expand nationally and internationally. [Built In NYC]

MediaMath and LiveRamp announce partnership. MediaMath’s software helps marketers manage their digital ad campaigns, from mobile to display to audio and beyond. Partnering with LiveRamp will allow MediaMath to leverage their data capabilities and provide best in class targeting and measurement for campaigns. [Press Release]

Healthify raises $16M. The company helps healthcare organizations address the social determinants of health, from finding community service to tracking social needs. The Series B funding will be used to deepen relationships with current clients and drive new growth. [FinSMEs]

SquareFoot gains $16M in Series B funding. The commercial real estate company aims to offer creative solutions for growing companies that need new office space. The funds will allow them to further invest in marketing, personnel, technology and expansion. [PRNewswire]

$10M raised for Cover Genius. Their insurance distribution technology works to create simple policies and streamline the claims process. With the funding, Cover Genius plans to invest in talent and continued global growth throughout the U.S., U.K. and Asia. [Press Release]

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