Boston startups had a lot of thanks to give this November with couple of big funding rounds for companies this month.
TILT Holdings, a company that delivers solutions for cannabis companies including infrastructure support, business services, cannabis supply-chain from cultivation to consumption, raised $119 million in an equity round of funding. Aras, which provides an open product lifecycle management software for the enterprise, announced a $70 million. Workable, a Boston startup that makes cloud-based recruiting software, raised $50 million in a Series C round. 24M Technologies, a Cambridge-based maker of a new, semisolid lithium-ion battery, raised $21.8 million in an equity offering, and Boston-based enterprise data storage startup ClearSky Data raised $20 million.
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Below are the 31 startups that raised capital in November.
Aras, which provides an open product lifecycle management software for the enterprise, announced a $70 million minority investment led by Goldman Sachs Private Capital Investing group with participation from Silver Lake Kraftwerk.
Apifia, which makes influencer activation platform for Facebook, raised $2.8 million in an equity offering, according to a Form D notification.
Somerville-based marine data startup, Autonomous Marine Systems raised $482,034 of its $500,000 equity offering, according to a Form D notification.
And Burlington-based Boston Materials raised $1.5 million in an equity, according to another Form D.
Botkeeper, a Boston-based bookkeeping service that currently helps nearly 1K companies, raised an $18 million Series A round. Prominent investors include Greycroft, a VC firm focused on investments in the Internet and mobile markets with offices in New York and Los Angeles, and Gradient Ventures, Google’s AI-focused venture fund.
Cambridge-based CareAcademy that provides training for senior care family caregivers sold $800K of $1.2 million equity funding round, according to a Form D notification.
Chaossearch, a Somerville-based startup that claims to be the first log search and analytics built for AWS S3, raised $9 million in a Series A round co-led by .406 Ventures and Glasswing Ventures. Existing investor Stage 1 Ventures also participated in the round.
Boston-based enterprise data storage startup ClearSky Data raised $20 million. The funding, which brings ClearSky’s total investment to nearly $60 million, was led by Lincoln-based Pear Tree Partners and an unnamed strategic investor.
Boston-based edtech startup Cognii, which develops virtual learning assistant technology to provide personalized tutoring to students, has been awarded a National Science Foundation’s grant for $750,000. The money will be used to conduct research and development work on AI-powered scalable edtech.
Cambridge startup Coin Metrics raised $1.5 million in an equity offering, according to a new Form D.
Corvus Insurance, a Boston-based startup that predicts and prevents losses for food and pharma companies, raised $10 million from .406 Ventures and Hudson Structured, with participation from Bain Capital Ventures. It collects data from IoT sensors, videos and social media.
Collectable.com, a Concord, Mass.-based tech startup in the sports memorabilia industry, raised $295,000 in an equity round, according to a fresh Form D.Read Complete Article