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SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Clerk, the drop-in authentication and user management solution for React, announced today that it has closed a $6.2 million seed round led by Andreessen Horowitz.
Existing investors S28 Capital, Fathom Capital, and South Park Commons also joined the round. This new funding will allow Clerk to expand its suite of authentication and user management tools, and create new tools to help B2B SaaS companies manage both user accounts and business accounts.
Founded by brothers Colin Sidoti and Braden Sidoti in 2019, Clerk offers drop-in authentication and user management for React developers.
NEW YORK, NY, HYPR, the Passwordless Company, today announced a $25 million Series C1 round.
The round was led by Advent International through Advent Tech, the firm's dedicated global technology fund. The investment brings HYPR's total funds raised to $97 million and includes participation from existing investors including .406 Ventures, RRE Ventures, Top Tier Capital, and Comcast Ventures. The new injection of capital will be used to expand HYPR's go-to-market strategy and R&D efforts and to accelerate its mission Fix the Way the World Logs In.
HYPR fixes the way the world logs in. HYPR's True Passwordless™ MFA platform decouples authentication from the organization's identity providers and eliminates the traditional trade-off between security and user experience by providing uncompromising assurance and consumer-grade experience. By eliminating the password and deployments taking hours rather than weeks or months, organizations decrease the risk of a cyber attack, increase positive user experience, and lower operational costs.
DALLAS, TX, Stellar, a technology-driven marketplace that solves maintenance at scale for the Single-Family Rental (SFR) market, announced today $20 million in Series B growth equity financing.
The funding round was led by new investor Weatherford Capital and was also supported by existing investors Brick & Mortar Ventures, S3 Ventures, Alerion Ventures, and Navigate Ventures. This round brings the company's total venture capital to $35M and will be used to enhance the company's technology and platform, invest in new talent, and expand into additional U.S. markets.
Founded in 2016, Stellar is a technology-driven marketplace that enables property managers and contractors to successfully resolve home maintenance issues, giving residents peace of mind. The company serves 10 of the 11 largest SFR operators across 150,000+ properties, has created work for 8,000+ contractors, and has resolved 200,000+ issues for residents and property managers alike. Stellar uses technology to make the maintenance experience seamless, simple, and scalable.
NEW YORK, NY, AllWork today announced the completion of a $4.9 million Series A funding round.
AllWork, the end-to-end platform that helps companies more efficiently and compliantly onboard, manage and pay their freelancer and contingent workforces, today announced the completion of a $4.9 million Series A funding round. AllWork will use the funds to expand its software, payment services and team to meet the increasing need by companies and freelancers for an easier way to work together.
The funding round was led by FINTOP Capital based in Nashville, Tennessee who completed the whole round. Chris Haley and Rick Holton from FINTOP will be joining AllWork's Board of Directors.
AllWork is a total freelancer management and payments platform. We help companies more efficiently and compliantly manage and pay every type of freelancer they need for their business including all hourly, consulting, contract, and project-based workers for both short and long-term assignments across all job functions, skill levels, categories, and roles.
PHILADELPHIA, PA, iECURE, a gene editing company focused on the development of mutation-agnostic in vivo gene insertion, or knock-in, editing therapies for the treatment of liver disorders with significant unmet need, announced the completion of a $65 million Series A-1 financing.
The Series A-1 financing was co-led by Novo Holdings A/S and LYFE Capital with significant participation from existing investors Versant Ventures and OrbiMed Advisors.
This financing, coupled with the $50 million raised in the prior Series A financing announced in September 2021, will bring the company's total funds raised to $115 million.