Weekly Refresh: Nava Raised $20M, Clyde’s New VP, and More

Read our weekly refresh for trending NYC tech news.

Written by Anna Holmquist
Published on Oct. 26, 2020
Weekly Refresh: Nava Raised $20M, Clyde’s New VP, and More
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Hyperscience raised $80M. It helps businesses automate repetitive tasks like data entry and client onboarding. Tiger Global led the Series D funding. [Built In NYC]

West Monroe to open new office. The business and tech consultancy helps customers digitize their operations. It plans to open an expanded office in November and has also committed to growing its NYC team. [Built In NYC]

Rokt got $80M. The e-commerce marketing company uses AI to personalize marketing offerings. TDM Growth Partners led the Series D. The company is currently hiring. [Built In NYC]

Nava raised $20M. The company offers an employee benefits brokerage. Thrive Capital provided the investment. [Press Release]

Welcome Homes launched and raised $5.35M. The startup created an online home building, customization and purchasing experience. Global Founders Capital led the seed round. [Built In NYC]

Genpact acquired Something Digital. The professional services firm announced the acquisition of the e-commerce firm. It will be an expansion of its experience business, Rightpoint. [Press Release]

Oula launched with $3.2M. The maternity startup offers a clinical team of obstetricians and midwives and a remote care platform. The Collaborative Fund led the seed round. [Built In NYC]

Clyde hired VP of sales. The company offers an extended warranty platform. Grant Pollock joined the team as the new sales leader. [Businesswire]

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