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During the holiday season, most entrepreneurs are taking a much-needed respite from the rigor of growing a company.
But a few founders have been hard at work closing funding, primarily those all-important seed rounds. We spotted a handful today, with our editorial team keeping a close eye on regulatory filings with the Securities and Exchanges Commission (SEC).
Here’s our roundup of the startups that received funding today.
Ozy Media closes $5.4 million
Ozy Media, a daily news site founded by former MSNBC anchor Carlos Watson and backed by Laurene Powell Jobs (the former widow of Steve Jobs), raised $5.3 million, according to a regulatory filing.
Hydropoint gets $1.8 million of a $2.5 million round
Hydropoint, a provider of smart water-management services, just raised $1.8 million, according to a regulatory filing. The Petaluma, Calif.-based company designs and produces irrigation system controllers for residential and commercial landscape applications.
Roam Analytics raises $1.75 million in funding
A stealthy startup called Roam Analytics just raised its first $1.75 million in financing, according to an SEC filing. The San Francisco-based company also named Alex Turkeltaub, the cofounder of Frontier Strategy Group, as its chief executive.
Cloud-enterprise app maker Tidemark nabs $1 million
Enterprise performance management company Tidemark has raised just over $1 million in fresh funding, a regulatory filing shows. In its most recent third round of funding, the company raised $24 million led by Redpoint Ventures. The company makes cloud-based apps that help businesses interpret and act on real-time data.
Tidemark extends financial planning beyond the CFO’s office to the front lines of every business decision maker. Tidemark's team has helped more than 5000 companies evolve their analytical capabilities over the past 20 years. We beli... read more »
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