Marketing data management platform Claravine nabs $16M
Claravine, a self-described marketing data platform, today announced that it raised $16 million in a Series B round led by Five Elms Capital with participation from Grayhawk Capital, Next Frontier Cap
Clerk bags new capital to improve in-store grocery shopping experience
The company's Grocery TV provides a way for brands and retailers to leverage digital advertising at checkout.
TechCrunch Live speaks with Silverton Partners and The Zebra on hiring external leadership
TechCrunch Live took a virtual trip to Austin, Texas, and we had a great time, even if the tacos were missing. Called TC City Spotlight: Austin, the show featured an extended lineup of guests, includi
Routefusion raises $10.5M round to simplify cross-border payments
Routefusion co-founders Colton Seal and Richard Scappaticci attempted to launch a neobank in 2016, but they ran into significant hurdles when trying to integrate with banks to help their customers mov
Insurtech startup Spot brings in $17.5M equity, debt to fill insurance gaps for accidental injuries
Spot is tackling affordable healthcare with a digital, on-demand injury insurance product that can be as-is or as a compliment to traditional health insurance.
Austin’s newest unicorn: The Zebra raises $150M after doubling revenue in 2020
The Zebra, an Austin-based company that operates an insurance comparison site, has raised $150 million in a Series D round that propels it into unicorn territory. Both the round size and valuation are
Literati raises $40M for its book club platform
Literati has raised a $40 million Series B to pursue an unusual startup opportunity — namely, book clubs. Founder and CEO Jessica Ewing (a former product manager at Google) explained that the Austin
Austin’s edtech startup Aceable adds another $50 million for accelerated expansion
Aceable, the Austin-based mobile edtech service for state-accredited classes, is getting an “A” from investors again as private equity firm HGGC pours $50 million into the company. In the
Austin-based SourceDay closes $12.5 million for its supply chain management software
Austin-based SourceDay, which sells supply chain management software, said it raised $12.5 million in its latest round of financing. The company developed software to manage the relationship between c
Why VCs are dumping money into insurance marketplaces
Following our look at why so many startups are building OKR-focused software and why venture capitalists are pouring capital into their efforts, today we’re asking a similar question about insur
Austin-Based Silverton Partners Raises $75 Million For Its Fourth Fund To Invest In Local Startups
Austin-based VC firm Silverton Partners has just raised $75 million for its fourth fund, which will be committed to investing solely in early-stage Austin startups. That includes $10 million of which
Socialware Lands $3 Million To "Put Social Networks To Work"
<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/socialware.png" class="shot2" /> <a href="http://www.socialware.com/">Socialware</a>, which bills itself as a social middleware company, has