Deals - Q1 2014 Review - Scaling to the Next Level
Q1 2014 has been a very active quarter in the Boston tech community.
Yesterday, we reviewed the exits or companies on the verge of one with The Big Ones.
Today, we are going to take a look at many of the middle-stage companies that have raised funding to scale to the next level.
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Localytics raised $16M in funding
Localytics, the analytics & marketing platform for mobile and web apps, raised $16M in funding.
Investors: Foundation Capital and Polaris Partners. Localytics was part of the first Techstars class in Boston back in 2009.
Teespring raised $20M in funding
Circle raised $17M in funding
Jeremy Allaire's latest startup called Circle is focused on building a platform for the bitcoin market.
They closed a $17M Series B round of funding which included Breyer Capital, Accel Partners, and General Catalyst Partners.
Aereo raised $34M in funding
DataXu raised $10M in funding
Quanttus raised $22M in funding
CloudBees raised $11M in funding
NuoDB raised $14.2M in funding
NuoDB, the distributed database technology company, raised $14.2M in funding.
Investors: Dassault Systèmes, Morgenthaler Ventures, Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, and Longworth Venture Partners. They have raised a total of $26.2 million.
Bit9 merged with Carbon Black & raised $38.25M
1 + 1 = 3... Bit9 merged with next generation security company Carbon Black, based in San Antonio, TX.
They also announced $38.25M in new funding from Atlas Venture, .406 Ventures, Highland Capital Partners, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, and Sequoia Capital.