Weekly Refresh: Oscar Health Aims For $2B, SimpliField Raised $11M

January 21, 2020


SimpliField raised $11M. The startup offers an analytics platform that helps businesses plan their retail strategies. The Series A round will finance its U.S. expansion and its new NYC headquarters. [Built In]

Oscar Health expects $2B in revenue by end of 2020. The healthcare insurance company and tech developer projects it'll have around 400,000 members over the next year. This would mark a growth of 50 percent. [TechCrunch]

Upflex launched platform after $4.1M seed round. The coworking booking platform for businesses allows for the reservation of desks, office and meeting rooms. It aims to help companies reduce their costs and carbon footprints. [Built In]

ActionIQ gained $32M. The marketing tech startup's customer data platform works to help brands deliver personalized experiences to their customers. The Series C funding round will allow the company to scale and hire new employees for several teams including sales, marketing and product R&D. [Built In]

KeyMe locked in $35M. The company created locksmith kiosks that can duplicate keys using AI computer vision. Brentwood Associates led the funding round. [Built In]

Apploi raised $5.2M. The startup's platform seeks to simplify hiring for service-based businesses like hospitality and retail. [Built In]

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