- Latest News
- CVC Directory
RxCelerate took part in Rivus Pharmaceuticals’ $132m series B round while Bank of America and Citi backed AccessFintech’s $60m series C.
This week's most interesting deals included insect-based animal feed and a system that uses kinetic energy to shoot satellites into space.
Brevan Howard Digital has led a $35m series B round for Messari while Robert Bosch Venture Capital participated in Tulu’s $25m series A.
Novo Holdings led a $75m series C round for Kate Farms while PayU and InfoEdge Ventures participated in DotPe’s $58m series B.
Next47 has participated in a $205m series D round for Verkada while UPMC Enterprises has co-led SparingVision’s $75m series B.
Pfizer Ventures has led a $102m series A for Capstan Therapeutics while Globis Capital Partners took part in an $85.4m round for Andpad.
Access Industries, Pfizer and SR One were among the investors in a $125m round for Nimbus Therapeutics while Aerwins agreed a reverse takeover.
Alphabet led a $1bn round for its Verily subsidiary while Kimco Realty and The Silverman Group were part of Gotham Greens’ $310m series E.
Corporates have dramatically slowed down the rate at which they invest in startups, except in these two sectors.
Hanwha Group took part in a $250m round for Carrot General Insurance while JP Morgan Chase helped lift LetsGetChecked’s series D to $170m.
SoftBank, Bristol Myers Squibb and Hitachi were among Arsenal Biosciences’ $220m round while MegaChips led a $140m round for Morse Micro.
SHV and DELA took part in an $80m round for Lightyear while Tata Sons provided $40m in funding for Tata 1mg.
Tencent and Sony have provided $263m for FromSoftware while Piramal Capital & Housing Finance backed EarlySalary’s $110m series D round.
FTX and Coinbase took part in a $200m round for NFT game developer Limit Break while Schaeffler, Kingspan and Marcegaglia backed H2 Green Steel’s $190m series B.
Healthcare companies may be driving a public markets recovery while Lunar Energy, helmed by Tesla's former head of energy, has emerged from stealth with $300m.
FTX, Coinbase, Huobi and Protocol Labs backed the startup keeping an eye on crypto sentiment, a measure that can be profitable or costly.
The cinema and kabuki studio’s Shochiku Ventures subsidiary will target virtual reality and entertainment digitalisation technology developers while its sister programme, Shochiku Accelerator, is accepting submissions until August 10.
Bertelsmann India Investments is diving into a growing funding gap for early-stage startups in the country.