Weekly Refresh: Privacy.com Raised $10.2M, Knotch’s New EVP, and More

by Anna Holmquist
July 27, 2020
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Mother-daughter duo launched Medley. The membership-based networking platform from Edith Cooper and Jordan Taylor wants to help foster individuality. Cooper was a partner at Goldman Sachs for 20 years, and is now an independent board director at the likes of Etsy, EQT and Slack. Monthly memberships range from $50 to $250. [Built In NYC]

Misfits Market made $85M. The startup fights food waste by selling “ugly” produce. Valor Equity led the Series B. [Built In NYC]

Privacy.com raised $10.2M. The virtual card payment startup helps keep credit card numbers safe. Teamworthy Ventures led the Series A. [TechCrunch]

CreatorIQ gained $24M. Its tools help track and use influencers effectively. Kayne Partners Fund led the Series C round. [Built In NYC]

Knotch expanded leadership team. The content intelligence startup has brought on Ben Smith as its new EVP of revenue. The company is also releasing a new content planning product, Blueprint. [Press Release]

Zuul raised $9M. The ghost kitchen provider is currently hiring. The funds came from an undisclosed investor and they’ll be used to expand beyond Manhattan. [Built In NYC]

MeetElise made $6.5M. It’s bringing AI to the apartment leasing sector. Navitas Capital led the Series A. [Built In NYC]

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