Weekly Refresh: Dathena's New U.S. HQ, CUUP Raised $11M, and More

February 10, 2020


Cherre raised $16M. Intel Capital led the funding round. Cherre offers a real estate data and analytics platform. [Built In NYC]

Dathena opened U.S. headquarters. The Singapore-based company offers enterprise-level data protection and privacy management. It plans to hire 15 people to work in its new Manhattan HQ. [PRWeb]

Suzy gained $12M. The startup offers a consumer insights and advanced analytics platform that can deliver information within minutes. Bertelsmann Digital Media Investments led the Series C round. [Built In NYC]

CUUP closed on $11M. The direct-to-consumer delicates startup raised a $11 million Series A led by Insight Ventures. The company offers “sleek, supportive” everyday bras and is using proprietary grading technology to “reimagine” customers’ personal fit experience. [Press Release]

Braze appointed CFO and board member. With clients such as HBO, Lyft and Glossier, Braze's customer engagement platform continues to grow to help brands connect with their community. Isabelle Winkles joined as chief financial officer, and Tara Walpert Levy now sits on the company's board of directors. [Press Release]

EdSights launched chatbot. The company aims to improve college student retention by using a machine learning-enabled bot. Depending on student responses to questions, they'll be directed to helpful resources to help them cope with common on-campus stressors. [Built In NYC]

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