Here’s a list of today’s tech funding stories, updated as the day unfolds. Tip us here if you have a deal to share.
ZocDoc, the New York digital health company that sets people up with doctors and schedules appointments, has raised a massive new $130 million round. The company says it’s now valued at about $1.8 billion.
The round was led by Baillie Gifford and Atomico, and included participation from existing investor Founders Fund.
ZocDoc says it will use the new money to develop new products that sit on top of ZocDoc’s core doctor marketplace, and to extend its scheduling capability.
3D printing company Carbon3D, Inc. has closed a $100 million Series C investment led by Google Ventures. The company intends to use this capital to further develop its technology in order to accomplish its mission of transforming manufacturing by making 3D printing a core part of that process.
Other investors in this round include Yuri Milner, Reinet Investments S.C.A., F.I.S., and previous investors Sequoia Capital, Silver Lake Kraftwerk, and Northgate Capital. With all of its series rounds and also the $10 million provided by the Autodesk Spark Investment Fund, Carbon3D has raised over $140 million.
Grand Rounds, a digital health startup that connects patients with expert physicians, has taken a large, $55 million late-stage funding round.
The round was led by a new, unnamed mutual fund investor, while existing investors Greylock Partners and Venrock participated. Grand Rounds CEO Owen Tripp told VentureBeat Wednesday that the new round brings the company’s funding total to $106 million.
Mode, a startup which has built a cloud service that data analysts can use to query and run reports on data, announced today a $7.5 million funding round. The startup is also introducing new features, including the ability to include multiple charts and explanatory text in each report.
To date, Mode has raised $10.5 million, including the $2 million round from last year.
Foundation Capital led the new round in Mode. Existing investors Goldcrest Capital and Arnold Capital also participated.
B2B software startup Synap closes $2M seed round
Chicago-based startup Synap, the creator of a relationship management tool, announced today that it raised a $2 million seed round. The investment was led by Baird Capital and KGC Capital, both firms based in Illinois.
The funds will be used on product development and sales and marketing team building.
Wine-tasting startup Bright Cellars raises $2M
Bright Cellars, a startup that says it “uses a machine learning taste preference algorithm to introduce members to high quality wines,” announced that it took in a $2 million seed investment from CSA Partners.
“I think we can do for wine what craft beer has done for the beer industry. We can help wine drinkers discover and learn about the world of wine,” startup’s cofounder Richard Yau said about his company’s technology.
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