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Once again, VentureBeat has rounded up of all the hottest funding stories of the day, which you can check out below.
Balderton Capital raises $305M for its fifth investment fund
London VC firm Balderton Capital, a 14-year-old investor group with exits to Amazon, Sun Microsystems, and Zynga, today raised $305 million for its fifth fund. Read more on VentureBeat.
Health care venture firm Foresite Capital closes $300M fund
The folks at Foresite Capital are relentless fundraisers, apparently. Just two months after closing a $100 million fund focused on late-stage health care companies, the venture firm has closed a $300 million fund, Foresite Capital Fund II, it announced today. Read more on VentureBeat.
WalkMe raises $11M to hold your hand as you click through websites
WalkMe, a company that makes a tool so you can “walk” customers through your websites, has raised $11 million in funding led by Scale Venture Partners. Read more on VentureBeat.
Pulmonx Corp. raises $10M to build medical devices
Pulmonx, a company that’s focused on creating medical devices for diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary disorders, has raised $9.9 million of a $12 million round, according to an SEC document filed today. Check out the Form D for additional information.
Q1Media raises $8M because publisher ad revenues are too damn low
Ad firm Q1Media today announced it has taken in a fresh $8 million in debt from Silicon Valley Bank and Partners for Growth. In a vague statement, the company said the new capital will help it “rapidly gain market share.” Read more on VentureBeat.
Alignable raises $4M
Alignable, a startup that created a platform that enables small businesses to partner and market to each other’s customer bases through their email lists and social followings, has raised new funding. Read more on VentureBeat.
Arkivum picks up $3.2M
Arkivum, a startup that specializes in digital archiving services, has raised a fresh £1.9 million ($3.16 million) round of funding. The round was led by Oxford Capital, with participation from existing investors IP Group and Parkwalk Advisors. Arkivum said it plans to use the new capital to speed up a commercial roll out of its data archiving service and more. Visit Arkivum’s website for more info.