The AlleyWatch NYC Startup Daily Funding Report 32019

first_img According to a recent SEC filing, Good Uncle, the food delivery app focused on the college market, has raised $637K in additional funding in what appears to be a convertible note. The filing indicates that there were five participants in this close and the total offering is for $1.5M. Good Uncle previously closed $11.2M in equity funding over two rounds (2017 and 2016) and a debt round of $2.1M in 2016. Good Uncle was founded by Wiley Cerrilli and Matt Doumar in 2015. Investors in previous rounds include First Round Capital, Pritzker Group Venture Capital, Brainchild Holdings, Melo7 Tech Partners, Jason Finger, Charge Ventures, and Armory Square Ventures. Unite Us, the care coordination platform focused on connecting healthcare and social service providers, has raised $35M in Series B funding from investors that include Scout Ventures, Oak HC/FT, New York Ventures, Town Hall Ventures, Define Ventures, and Luminate Group. Founded by Andrew Price, Daniel Brillman, Kareem Elsirafy, and Taylor Justice in 2013, Unite Us has now raised a total of $45.3M in reported equity funding. Good Uncle $637K The latest venture capital, seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 3/20/19 featuring funding details for Thinknum, Unite Us, and much more. This page will be updated throughout the day to reflect any new fundings.PREVIOUS POSTNEXT POST Thirstie, the e-commerce infrastructure platform for the alcohol industry, has raised $7M in Series A funding led by Queens Court Capital. Founded by Devaraj Southworth and Maxim Razmakhin in 2013, Thirstie has now raised a total of $12M in reported equity funding. The AlleyWatch NYC Startup Daily Funding Report: 3/20/19 by AlleyWatch 253SHARESFacebookTwitterLinkedin Splice, the marketplace and community for musicians, has raised an additional $57.5M in Series C funding from investors that include Union Square Ventures, True Ventures, DFJ Growth, Flybridge, Lerer Hippeau, Liontree, Founders Circle Capital and Matt Pincus. Founded in 2013 by Matt Aimonetti and Steve Martocci (Blade and GroupMe), Splice has now raised a total of $105.22M in reported equity funding. center_img Thinknum $11.6M – Series A Alternative financial data platform Thinknum has raised $11.6M in Series A funding from investors that include Green Visor Capital. Founded by Gregory Ugwi and Justin Zhen in 2013, Thinknum has now raised a total of $12.6M in reported equity funding. Thirstie $7M – Series A Splice $57.5M – Series C Tagged With: Andrew Price, Armory Square Ventures, Brainchild Holdings, Charge Ventures, Daniel Brillman, Define Ventures, Devaraj Southworth, DFJ Growth, First Round Capital, Flybridge, Founders Circle Capital, Good Uncle, Gregory Ugwi, Jason Finger, Justin Zhen, Kareem Elsirafy, Lerer Hippeau, Liontree, Luminate Group, Matt Aimonetti, Matt Doumar, Matt Pincus, Maxim Razmakhin, Melo7 Tech Partners, New York Ventures, Oak HC/FT, Pritzker Group Venture Capital, Queens Court Capital, Scout Ventures, Splice, Steve Martocci, Taylor Justice, Thinknum, Thirstie, Town Hall Ventures, true ventures, Union Square Ventures, Unite Us, Wiley Cerilli Unite Us $35M – Series Blast_img

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