- Dutchie, a Bend., Or.-based cannabis pickup and delivery tech company, raised $350 million in Series D funding. Dutchie is now valued at $3.8 billion. D1 Capital Partners led the round and was joined by investors including Tiger Global, Dragoneer, DFJ Growth, Thrive Capital, Gron Ventures, and Casa Verde Capital.
- TradingView, a Westerville, Oh.-based stock trading and charting platform and social network for traders and investors, raised $298 million. Tiger Global led the round valuing it at $3 billion.
- Reliable Robotics, a Mountain View, Calif.-based leader in automated aircraft companies, raised $100 million in Series C funding. Coatue Management led the round and was joined by investors including Lightspeed Venture Partners, Eclipse Ventures, Teamworthy Ventures, and Pathbreaker Ventures.
- Rectify Pharmaceuticals, a Cambridge, Mass.-based developer of disease-modifying therapeutics that restore ABC transporter function, raised $100 million Series A financing co-led by Atlas Venture, Omega Funds, Forbion, and Longwood Fund.
- Culture Biosciences, a San Francisco-based cloud biotech, raised $80 million in Series B funding. Northpond Ventures led the round and was joined by investors including Synthesis Capital.
- Universal Hydrogen Co., a Los Angeles-based decarbonize aviation company, raised $62 million. Investors included Mitsubishi HC Capital, Tencent, Stratos, GE Aviation, Waltzing Matilda Aviation, Fourth Realm, Hawktail, Marc Benioff’s TIME Ventures, Jeff Wilke, and Spencer Rascoff’s 75 and Sunny Ventures
- Clarifai, a Delaware-based A.I. cleaning startup, raised $60 million in Series C funding. NEA led the round and was joined by investors including Menlo Ventures, Union Square Ventures, Lux Capital, LDV Capital, Corazon Capital, and NYU Innovation Venture Fund.
- Alto Neuroscience, a California-based neuroscience startup, raised $40 million in funding. Investors include Apeiron Investment Group.
- AiDash, a Santa Clara, Calif.-based A.I. company, raised $27 million in Series B funding. G2 Venture Partners led the round and was joined by investors including BGV and National Grid Partners.
- Rose Rocket, a Toronto-based transportation management software company, raised $25 million. Investors include Lee Fixel of Addition Capital and Mo Koyfman of Shine Capital with participation from Ripple Ventures, Scale-Up Ventures, Kevin Mahaffey, Funders Club and Y-Combinator.
- StudySmarter, an edtech, raised $16 million from Goodwater Capital.
- Spacelift, a Polish and U.S-based infrastructure code startup, raised $15 million in Series B funding. Insight Partners led the round.
- SwiftConnect, a Stamford, Conn.-based software platform, raised $9 million. JLL Spark Global Ventures led the round and was joined by investors including JLL, Navitas Capital, World Trade Ventures, Concrete Ventures, Silvertech Ventures, 1414 Ventures, and NetOne.
- Pani Energy, a Vancouver-based waste water treatment plant A.I. maker, raised $8 million in a funding round led by Blue Bear Capital and Blue Coast.
- RPA Supervisor, a London-based RPA management company, raised $5 million in a seed round led by MMC Ventures.
- Breezytai, a U.S. and Korean petcare company, raised $3.5 million in Series A funding. Korea Investment Partners, Premier Partners, KB Investment, Enlight Ventures, and Fast Investment invested.
- Alloy, a New York City-based telehealth company focused on the needs of women over 40, raised $3.3 million in seed funding. Kairos HQ and PACE Healthcare Capital invested.
- Continuum, a New York City-based hiring marketplace, raised $2.9 million in seed funding. Uncork Capital led the round and was joined by investors including Day One Ventures.
- National Fire & Safety, a portfolio company of Highview Capital, acquired Maxim Fire Systems, a Dallas-based fire sprinkler and life safety systems company. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
- Littlejohn & Co. acquired Pritchard Industries, a New York City-based provider of facility services. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
- Warburg Pincus invested in TRC, a consulting, engineering and construction firm. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
- Global Healthcare Exchange, backed by Temasek and Warburg Pincus, acquired Explorer Surgical, a Chicago-based digital and remote case support business. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
- MSD Partners agreed to invest in West Monroe, a digital consulting firm. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
- Colorcon invested in Ideal Cures, a TA Associates portfolio company and manufacturer of excipients and ready-to-use coating systems.
- Mubadala Capital acquired K-MAC Enterprises, an operator of Taco Bell restaurants in the U.S., from Lee Equity Partners Opportunities Fund. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
- ironSource (NYSE: IS) agreed to acquire Tapjoy, a mobile advertising and app monetization company. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
- Capital One announced plans to acquire TripleTree, an investment banking advisory firm focused on the healthcare sector. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
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- Coca Cola’s bottling operation in Africa, Coca-Cola Beverages Africa, is seeking a valuation of $8.1 billion in an IPO next year, per Bloomberg.
- Multiply, an Abu Dhabi holding company that invests in tech companies, may go public as soon as this year, according to Reuters. An offering could value the company at up to $2.7 billion. IHC owns the firm.
- Ventyx Biosciences, an Encinitas, Calif.-based inflammatory disease and autoimmune disorder therapy company, plans to raise up to $133 million in an offering of 7.8 million shares priced between $15 and $17 per share. The company reported a net loss of $28 million in 2020 and has yet to post revenue. New Science Ventures, venBio, and Third Point Ventures back the firm.
- Paragon 28, an Englewood, Colo.-based foot and ankle medical device company, raised $125 million in an offering of 7.8 million shares priced at $16 per share. The company reported $111 million in revenue in 2020 and net income of $3 million.
- MiNK Therapeutics, a New York City-based cell therapy treatment company, raised $40 million in an offering of 3.3 million shares priced at $12 per share. The company reported a net loss of $16.2 million in 2020 and didn’t post revenue. Biotechnology company Agenus backs the firm.
- Tempo Automation, a San Francisco-based electronics manufacturer, said it would merge with ACE Convergence Acquisition Corp., a SPAC. As part of the deal, Tempo is also acquiring the outstanding equity of Compass AC Holdings, the parent company of circuit board manufacturer Advanced Circuits, as well as electronics product design and manufacturing company Whizz. The deal is expected to close in the first quarter of 2022.
- ECombustible, a hydrogen-based fuel company, is in talks to merge with Benessere Capital Acquisition Corp., a SPAC, per Bloomberg. A deal could value the combined entity at up to $1 billion.
- D/XYZ, a maker of an ETF that allows investors to bet on private companies, raised $100 million.
- Thomson Reuters raised a $100 million Corporate Venture Capital fund.