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Dyspatch helps companies create emails you’ll actually want to open

The company’s email production tool essentially takes the tips and tricks from people designing email well and makes it widely accessible.

Archive aims to put clothing brands in control of their secondhand sales

The company’s resale technology builds customized marketplaces for brands to incorporate a secondhand component into their businesses.

Woflow structures merchant data so food ordering can be more accurate

Woflow's data structuring platform powers some of our favorite food delivery apps so the next time you ask for "no bun," you actually get what you order.

Klarity lands $18M to read scores of documents so you don’t have to

Klarity replaces humans for tasks that require large-scale document review, including accounting order forms, purchase orders and agreements.

Sayata adds $35M to Series A for business insurance

Sayata developed a fully automated way for brokers to provide several insurance quotes from leading providers based on a few pieces of information about the business.

Caribou grabs $3M to remove the ‘unexpected’ from healthcare cost planning

The company helps advisors and their clients identify the right health plan and if you may need long-term care planning (spoiler, you probably will).

a16z, Monashees lead new round into inventory discovery startup Inventa

Inventa’s online platform recommends products based on actual transaction data and provides credit, in 30-, 60-, and 90-day increments, to retailers.

Calii bags $22.5M to build Latin America’s grocery shopping future

The mobile grocery app automates the supply chain, enabling customers to choose over 5,000 products delivered via a network of micro-fulfillment centers in less than two hours. 

Cana Technology raises glass to new capital as it readies beverage printer for market

Cana focused on identifying the basic set of ingredients, basically deconstructing beverages to figure out what makes it taste like a certain drink.

Nourish + Bloom Market, first Black-owned, autonomous grocery, opens in Atlanta

The grocery store and bistro offer over 1,000 locally-sourced, healthy food products, including produce, meats, baked goods, dairy and prepared meals.

Zuper secures $13M to take the sting out of home repairs

The company designed its product offerings to connect all of the moving pieces related to booking residential and commercial service work.

New Greylock venture partner Mustafa Suleyman is looking for AI’s next best thing

Suleyman says the time has come for AI due to the ecosystem maturing and more people understand the strengths and limitations of AI and how to use it.

Diversio secures fresh capital to diagnose companies’ DEI pain points

Diversio uses AI technology, data analytics and knowledgeable subject matter experts to find where a company’s process is breaking down and create an action plan to get it back on track.

Zingtree turns complex customer service processes into clear action plans

Customer service is making and breaking companies over the past two years as shopping moved online and consumers wanted more out of the traditional service companies were offering. Zingtree provides i

Nowsta takes in fresh capital to show some tech love for hourly workforces

Nowsta’s web and mobile app rolls workforce management tools into an all-in-one resource that includes an on-demand labor marketplace connecting employers with a skilled pool of workers.

Wrangle secures $2M to automate company workflows

The company’s no-code software can automate any kind of process: employee onboarding, contract approvals, help tickets or any other recurring work.

SoftBank leads cash infusion into AI infrastructure company Pyxis One as it starts year with new name

Prior to starting Pixis, the co-founders spoke to potential marketing customers about how to scale SaaS companies quickly in a “cookie less” world.

Toyota Ventures backs seed extension into Agtonomy, turning tractors into autonomous vehicles

Using a mobile phone app, a farmer can assign a job to one of the tractors, like mowing the field.

Walnut snaps up fresh capital after growing 700% in four months

Rather than just sales teams using it, the company saw marketing and customer success teams adopt the technology, too.

Fairplay closes $35M in equity, debt to provide revenue-based financing to entrepreneurs

Fairplay provides a sales advance as funding in exchange for a flat fee and a steady revenue share of earnings until the capital is paid back.
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