Weekly Refresh: P&G Acquires Billie, ClassPass and Sisense Become Unicorns

January 13, 2020
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Komodo Health raised $50M. The startup analyzes tons of patient disease data to deliver insights to healthcare providers, life science companies and more. The Series C round allows the company to build new software and expand its central database. [Built In NYC]

Sisense reached unicorn status. Its latest funding round, led by Insight Venture Partners, saw the company gain over $100M. Its data science platform allows clients to build interactive dashboards and business intelligence apps. [Built In NYC]

Covera Health raised $23.5M. Its analytics platform uses a range of data points to give radiologists a second opinion, helping to combat misdiagnosis. The funding will go toward research and development and help the company expand existing programs. [Built In NYC]

ClassPass gained $285M. This latest round brought the company to unicorn status. ClassPass plans to expand its corporate wellness programs and grow in new markets with the new funding. [Built In NYC]

Outlier.org raised $11.7M. The higher ed platform aims to provide access to education and to reduce student debt. This Series A round allows the company to add more courses and hire additional employees. [Built In NYC]

P&G acquired Billie. The women’s shaving product startup raised a $25M Series A last year. The company aims to eliminate the “pink tax” on products marketed to women. [Crunchbase]

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