TXOne Nertworks has added $12.9m to its coffers, while C3 has pushed its series B round to $90m thanks to a $10m extension.

Funding

TXOne Networks, a Taiwan-based industrial control systems cybersecurity subsidiary of cybersecurity software developer Trend Micro, has picked up $12.9m in series A financing co-led by Jafco Asia Investment, Jade Stone Jinghua Limited Partnership Fund and unnamed backers. The company has now raised $23.7m altogether, it said, although it does not appear to have disclosed details about prior funding.

C3, a US-based foodtech developer also known as Creating Culinary Communities, has added $10m to its series B round, bringing the total to $90m thanks to the extension backed by TriArtisan Capital Advisors, the private equity firm that owns restaurant chains such as TGI Friday’s and Hooters, and the firm’s investors. The tranche adds to an initial $80m series B close in July 2021 co-led by logistics hubs an ghost kitchens operator Reef Technology and Brookfield Asset Management, with participation from Egon Durban and Greg Mondre. The company previously raised an…

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Thierry Heles

Thierry Heles is the editor of Global University Venturing, host of the Beyond the Breakthrough interview podcast and responsible for the monthly GUV Gazette (sign up here for free).