Weekly Refresh: NYC Tech Companies, Led by Oscar, Raised $393M+ Last Week

June 29, 2020
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Oscar closed on $225M. It’s a direct-to-consumer health insurer. Alphabet, General Catalyst, Khosla Ventures and more invested in the round. [Built In NYC]

Cedar gained $102M. It aims to make the finances of doctor visits easier to manage. Andreessen Horowitz led the Series C. [Built In NYC]

SevenRooms raised $50M. It helps hospitality businesses use data to provide more personalized experiences to their guests. Providence Strategic Growth led the Series B. [Built In NYC]

Calibrate launched online weight loss program. The program is entirely remote with both a doctor and a coach. To qualify, participants must be between the ages of 18 and 56 and have a body mass index of 27 or above. [Built In NYC]

AVA Labs raised $12M. The Avalanche blockchain developer just closed on its sale of its AVAX token. The round was led by Galaxy Digital, Bitmain, Initialized Capital, NGC Ventures and Dragonfly Capital. [CoinDesk]

Tatch gained $4.25M. The health technology startup offers a solution that makes it easier for clinicians to diagnose sleep apnea. The device should be commercially available by 2021. [Built In NYC]

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