Site1001 Raises $6M For Facilities Management Software

Site1001, a startup developing software for facilities maintenance and management, which has its R&D center in Bend, Oregon, has raised $6M in a Series A funding, the company said on Tuesday. The funding came from prior investors, including Flyover Capital, Tifec and Ward Ventures. The company's other offices are in Kansas City, Missouri and San Clemente, California.Continue →

Convoy Gets $62M More For Freight Marketplace

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Sightbox Sees $2.4M For Subscription Contact Lens Service

Portland, Oregon-based Sightbox, a startup which offers up a subscription service which combines an annual eye appointment with 12 months worth of contact lenses, has raised $2.4M in a funding round, the company disclosed last week. The funding came from Rogue Venture Partners, Portland Seed Fund, Jumpstart Foundry, Vista River Healthcare, G Ventures and Irish Angels. The company's service costs $39 per month.Continue →

Arzeda Gets $12M For Bioengineering Tools

Seattle-based Arzeda, a developer of computational, protein design and bioengineering tools, has raised $12M in a Series A funding, the company said last week. The funding was led by OS Fund, and also included Bioeconomy Capital, Sustainable Conversion Ventures, and WRF Capital. The company is applying bioengineering to modify yeast for industry-scale, chemical production.Continue →

LiveStories Lands $10M

Seattle-based LiveStories, a startup which is making it easier for cities, counties, government agencies, and nonprofits to share civic data with the public, has raised $10M in a Series A funding round, which was led by Ignition Partners, and also included True Ventures and Founders Co-Op. LiveStories said it has now raised a total of $13.9M. LiveStories develops a "data hub" where users can find, explore, and present civic data....Continue →

Bezos Expedition Backs Plenty In $200M Round For Indoor Agriculture

Bezos Expeditions, the venture capital investment fund of founder Jeff Bezos, has made an investment in Plenty. According to Plenty, it raised $200M in a Series B funding round on Wednesday. The funding was led by the SoftBank Vision Fund, and also included affiliates of Louis M. Bacon, the founder of Moore Capital Management, LP, Eric Schmidt's Innovation Endeavors, Bezos Expeditions, DCM, Data Collective and Finistere....Continue → Buys GraphIQ To Boost Alexa

Seattle-based has acquired GraphIQ, a startup developing visualization software, according to reports today. Financial details of the acquisition were not announced. GraphIQ, which was based in Santa Barbara, California, will go to help Amazon with its Alexa efforts. GraphIQ was venture backed by New World Ventures, Montgomery & Co., Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, and others. The company's founder, Kevin O'Connor, is a serial entrepreneur who also founded DoubleClick....Continue →

HaloSource Finds $2.2M For Clean Water Efforts

Bothell-based water filtration startup HaloSource announced on Wednesday that it has raised $2.2M in a strategic funding round, to grow its products in the global market. Source of the new funding was not announced. According to HaloSource, the funding comes as it looks to start bringing its own, branded consumer products to market, in the form of drinking water bottles and pitchers. HaloSource previously was providing its technology to OEMs....Continue →

Tomorrow Takes $2.6M For Mobile Insurance, Wills

Seattle-based Tomorrow, a startup which helps users create their own, free will and trust--and sells them life insurance--has raised $2.6M in a seed funding, and launched its services. The funding came from Maveron, CFSI, Echelon Capital, Clocktower Technology Ventures, Allianz Life, Plug And Play, Flying Fish Partners, Curious Capital, and angels....Continue → Raises $8M

Portland-based, a developer of a virtual patient visit tool for the healthcare industry, has raised $8M in a Series B funding, the company announced on Monday. The funding was led by B Capital Group, and also included Seven Peaks Ventures.'s lead product is SmartExam, software which is used to interview patients and gather more information on those patients using a mobile phone or computer. Ray Costantini is MD, CEO and co-founder of →

MobileRQ Acquired By Kochava

Portland-based MobileRQ, a developer of contextual mobile marketing software, has been acquired by mobile marketing measurement software developer Kochava, the companies said this morning. Financial details of the acquisition were not announced. Tyler McKinley, co-founder and CEO of MobileRQ, joins Kochava as VP of Marketing Automation Platforms, with co-founder Darin Glatt becoming Director of Engineering. MobileRQ was based in Portland, Oregon. Kochava is based in Sandpoint, Idaho....Continue →

Redfin, Madrona, Pioneer Square, Others Back Diversity Effort

Seattle-based Redfin, along with Seattle's Madrona Venture Group and Pioneer Square Labs, is backing a new effort to spur diversity on the board of directors of startups, the company announced on Thursday. Redfin said the new #DiverseFromTheStart effort calls for startups to make at least one independent board seat available to diverse candidates within two years of series-A funding or an institutional investment....Continue →












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