Flybridge Capital Partners

  • Flexible retail startup Bulletin raises $2.2M

    Flexible retail startup Bulletin raises $2.2M

    Bulletin, the startup that describes itself as “WeWork for retail space,” is announcing that it has raised $2.2 million in seed funding. The idea is to give businesses — particularly online brands — access to brick-and-mortar retail space without the cost or commitment of a traditional lease. Read More

  • TechCrunch takes Manhattan: Include Office Hours with Flybridge Capital Partners

    TechCrunch takes Manhattan: Include Office Hours with Flybridge Capital Partners

    Founders! TechCrunch is taking over Manhattan next week with our first block party ever, and partnering with Flybridge to host Include Office hours at WeWork Grand Central Station. On April 6th from 2-4pm ET, General Partners Chip Hazard and Jesse Middleton will be meeting with underserved and underrepresented founders from the Greater New York area. Submit your application here. Launched… Read More

  • Flybridge adds a General Partner in NYC, WeWork Labs cofounder Jesse Middleton

    Flybridge adds a General Partner in NYC, WeWork Labs cofounder Jesse Middleton

    A Boston-based venture fund, Flybridge Capital Partners, is ramping up its presence in New York City, bringing on WeWork Labs’ cofounder Jesse Middleton as a full-time General Partner. Known for its bullish view on Boston’s tech scene, Flybridge’s portfolio includes 21 Boston-area startups out of 52 total, and just 9 in New York. The firm, which has done mostly… Read More

  • Reimagining Everyday Objects Crunch Network

    Reimagining Everyday Objects

    Can we agree that the term “internet of things” should go away when we’re talking about consumer products? Like the “world wide web” before it, the internet of things phrase is a relic from the past. I don’t need a connected washing machine or internet-enabled color changing LED light bulb and nor does anyone else. “Things” don’t need… Read More

  • Joulex Raises $17 Million To Cut Energy Costs, Consumption At Large Data Centers

    JouleX– an Atlanta tech startup promising a way to cut energy consumption and reduce costs at large data centers by about half– closed a $17 million round of financing, the company announced today. Investors included: Sigma Partners, Flybridge Capital Partners and Intel Capital, along with earlier investors Target Partners and TechOperators. The U.S. EPA has not updated… Read More

  • Digital Lumens Closes $10 Million To Bring Smart, LED-Lighting To The Industrial Market

    A Boston-based, cleantech startup Digital Lumens closed a $10 million series B investment, the company announced today, that will allow it to bring its LED-based, intelligent lighting systems to warehouses and industrial facilities in the U.S., Canada and Mexico near term. The company’s earlier backers all participated in the series B, including: Black Coral Capital, Flybridge… Read More

  • 33Across Raises $9 Million For Social Ad Targeting Platform

    33Across, a provider of social targeting technology for online marketing, has landed $9 million in Series B financing in a round led by Flybridge Capital Partners with participation from Series A investors First Round Capital and QED Investors. As part of the funding, Flybridge Capital’s Jon Karlen will join the company’s board. Read More

  • BlackBerry Partners Fund Leads $9 Million Funding Round For Transpera

    Mobile video advertising startup Transpera has completed its Series C financing round, totaling $9 million. The round was led by BlackBerry Partners Fund, an independent venture capital firm that works in collaboration with Research In Motion and backs companies focused on building and selling applications, services and supporting infrastructure for mobile computing. Existing investors… Read More

  • TC50 Finalist DataXu Scores $11 Million More For Online Ad Bidding Platform

    Boston-based DataXu, provider of a real-time online ad bidding and optimization system, has secured $11 million in Series B funding to add to the $7.8 million in financing it raised in an earlier round (April 2009). The company, which was a finalist at last year’s edition of the TechCrunch50 conference and startup launchpad, raised the additional capital from Menlo Ventures and prior… Read More

  • Twitter App Store oneforty Raises $1.6 Million, With More On The Way

    Twitter app directory oneforty has raised $1.6 million, according to an SEC filing. Of that, a previously undisclosed $375,000 is in the form of convertible debt already raised in a couple of angel rounds last year (which are converting to stock). So the company was able to raise $1.25 million in new money, and the filing indicates that the total offering amount will be $2.4 million… Read More