US Tech Startup Funding

Here is the list of top big 14 fundings in US technology startups. The list is first posted on alleywatch.

1. Robinhood $320.0M

Round: Series F
Description: Menlo Park-based Robinhood is a stock brokerage that allows customers to buy and sell U.S. stocks, options, ETFs, and cryptocurrencies with zero commission. Founded by Baiju Bhatt and Vlad Tenev in 2013, Robinhood has now raised a total of $1.5B in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Andreessen Horowitz, Sequoia Capital, Ribbit Capital, LocalGlobe, and GV.
Investors in the round: IVP, Sutton Capital, TSG Consumer Partners
Industry: Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, Ethereum, Finance, Financial Services, FinTech, Mobile, Personal Finance
Founders: Baiju Bhatt, Vlad Tenev
Founding year: 2013
Total equity funding raised: $1.5B

2. Thrasio $260.0M

Round: Series C
Description: Medfield-based Thrasio is an acquirer of Amazon third-party private-label businesses. Founded by Carlos Cashman and Joshua Silberstein in 2018, Thrasio has now raised a total of $361.5M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Advent International, RiverPark Ventures, PEAK6 Investments LLC, Western Technology Investment, and WTI.
Investors in the round:Advent International
Industry: E-Commerce, Retail, Trading Platform
Founders: Carlos Cashman, Joshua Silberstein
Founding year: 2018
Total equity funding raised: $361.5M

3. UiPath $225.0M
Round: Series E
Description: New York-based UiPath designs and develops robotic process automation and artificial intelligence software. Founded by Daniel Dines and Marius Tirca in 2005, UiPath has now raised a total of $1.2B in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Tencent Holdings, Sequoia Capital, T. Rowe Price, Seedcamp, and IVP.
Investors in the round: Accel, Alkeon Capital, Coatue Management, Dragoneer Investment Group, IVP, Madrona Venture Group, Sequoia Capital, T. Rowe Price, Tencent Holdings, Tiger Global Management, Wellington Partners
Industry: Artificial Intelligence, Data Center Automation, Enterprise Software, Information Technology, Machine Learning, Software
Founders: Daniel Dines, Marius Tirca
Founding year: 2005
Total equity funding raised: $1.2B
AlleyWatch’s exclusive coverage of this funding round: UiPath Raises Another $225M to Become NYC’s Newest Decacorn

4. Anduril Industries $200.0M
Round: Series C
Description: Orange-based Anduril Industries is a defense product company that builds technology for military agencies and border surveillance. Founded by Brian Schimpf, Joseph Chen, Matt Grimm, Palmer Luckey, and Trae Stephens in 2017, Anduril Industries has now raised a total of $241.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include General Catalyst, Founders Fund, Andreessen Horowitz, Lux Capital, and Human Capital.
Investors in the round: Andreessen Horowitz, Elad Gil, Founders Fund, General Catalyst, Human Capital, Lux Capital
Industry: Aerospace, Computer Vision, National Security
Founders: Brian Schimpf, Joseph Chen, Matt Grimm, Palmer Luckey, Trae Stephens
Founding year: 2017
Total equity funding raised: $241.0M

4. Ro $200.0M
Round: Series C
Description: New York-based Ro is a telehealth startup that operates digital health clinics for men‚Äôs and women‚Äôs health, along with smoking cessation. Founded by Rob Schutz, Saman Rahmanian, and Zachariah Reitano in 2017, Ro has now raised a total of $376.1M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include General Catalyst, Initialized Capital, Slow Ventures, BoxGroup, and SignalFire.
Investors in the round: 3L Capital, BoxGroup, FirstMark, General Catalyst, Initialized Capital, SignalFire, The Chernin Group, Torch Capital, TQ Ventures
Industry: Fitness, Health Care, Health Diagnostics, Hospital, Wellness
Founders: Rob Schutz, Saman Rahmanian, Zachariah Reitano
Founding year: 2017
Total equity funding raised: $376.1M
AlleyWatch’s exclusive coverage of this funding round: Ro Raises $200M to Become NYC’s Newest Unicorn

5. Innovium $170.0M
Round: Series F
Description: San Jose-based Innovium is a provider of networking solutions for data centers. Founded by Mohammad Issa, Puneet Agarwal, and Rajiv Khemani in 2014, Innovium has now raised a total of $352.8M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include BlackRock, Greylock, WRVI Capital, Qualcomm Ventures, and Walden International.
Investors in the round: BlackRock, Capricorn Partners, DAG Ventures, DFJ Growth, Greylock, PremjiInvest, Qualcomm Ventures, Redline Capital, S-Cubed Capital, WRVI Capital
Industry: Data Center, Hardware, Information Technology
Founders: Mohammad Issa, Puneet Agarwal, Rajiv Khemani
Founding year: 2014
Total equity funding raised: $352.8M

6. Hippo Insurance $150.0M
Round: Series E
Description: Palo Alto-based Hippo Insurance is an insurtech company that provides insurance products and smart home devices to homeowners. Founded by Assaf Wand and Eyal Navon in 2015, Hippo Insurance has now raised a total of $359.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Innovius Capital, Felicis Ventures, GGV Capital, Ribbit Capital, and Abstract Ventures.
Investors in the round: Bond, Comcast Ventures, Dragoneer Investment Group, Felicis Ventures, Fifth Wall, FinTLV Ventures, Horizons Ventures, ICONIQ Capital, Innovius Capital, Lennar Corporation, Pipeline Capital, Propel Venture Partners, Ribbit Capital, RPM Ventures, Standard Industries, Zeev Ventures
Industry: Financial Services, FinTech, Insurance, InsurTech, Property Insurance
Founders: Assaf Wand, Eyal Navon
Founding year: 2015
Total equity funding raised: $359.0M

7. Talkdesk $143.0M
Round: Series C
Description: San Francisco-based Talkdesk offers an enterprise contact center platform helps support and sales teams for customer satisfaction and cost savings. Founded by Cristina Fonseca and Tiago Paiva in 2011, Talkdesk has now raised a total of $267.5M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Willoughby Capital, Salesforce Ventures, 500 Startups, Viking Global Investors, and Franklin Templeton Investments.
Investors in the round: Franklin Templeton Investments, Lead Edge Capital, Skip Capital, Threshold, Top Tier Capital Partners, Viking Global Investors, Willoughby Capital
Industry: Call Center, Cloud Computing, CRM, Customer Service, SaaS, Software
Founders: Cristina Fonseca, Tiago Paiva
Founding year: 2011
Total equity funding raised: $267.5M

8. Preventice Solutions $137.0M
Round: Series B
Description: Houston-based Preventice Solutions is a cloud-based health monitoring technologies, Founded by Jonathan Otterstatter, Scott Burrichter, Greg Wobig, and Dan Spors in 2004, Preventice Solutions has now raised a total of $137.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Boston Scientific, Vivo Capital, Novo Holdings, Samsung Catalyst Fund, and Merck Global Health Innovation Fund.
Investors in the round: Boston Scientific, Merck Global Health Innovation Fund, Novo Holdings, Samsung Catalyst Fund, Vivo Capital
Industry: Cloud Computing, Customer Service, Health Care, mHealth, Professional Services
Founders: Jonathan Otterstatter, Scott Burrichter, Greg Wobig, Dan Spors
Founding year: 2004
Total equity funding raised: $137.0M

9. Coursera $130.0M
Round: Series F
Description: Mountain View-based Coursera is an online education company that partners with universities and organizations to offer classes on their platform. Founded by Andrew Ng and Daphne Koller in 2012, Coursera has now raised a total of $443.1M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include International Finance Corporation, THE WORLD BANK, Laureate Education, Future Fund, and G Squared.
Investors in the round: G Squared, Kleiner Perkins, Learn Capital, New Enterprise Associates (NEA), SEEK, SuRo Capital
Industry: E-Learning, EdTech, Education, Enterprise, Internet
Founders: Andrew Ng, Daphne Koller
Founding year: 2012
Total equity funding raised: $443.1M

10. Qumulo $125.0M
Round: Series E
Description: Seattle-based Qumulo provides a file data platform for multi-cloud environments with large scale file data. Founded by Aaron Passey, Neal Fachan, and Peter Godman in 2012, Qumulo has now raised a total of $347.3M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Goldman Sachs, Madrona Venture Group, Data Collective DCVC, Northern Light Venture Capital, and Highland Capital Partners.
Investors in the round: Amity Ventures, BlackRock Private Equity Partners, Highland Capital Partners, Kleiner Perkins, Madrona Venture Group
Industry: Big Data, Cloud Data Services, Cloud Storage, Data Storage, Enterprise Software
Founders: Aaron Passey, Neal Fachan, Peter Godman
Founding year: 2012
Total equity funding raised: $347.3M

11. Auth0 $120.0M
Round: Series F
Description: Bellevue-based Auth0 operates a cloud-based identity platform for developers. Founded by Eugenio Pace and Matias Woloski in 2013, Auth0 has now raised a total of $332.3M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Salesforce Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, Sapphire Ventures, Telstra Ventures, and Trinity Ventures.
Investors in the round: Bessemer Venture Partners, DTCP, K9 Ventures, Meritech Capital Partners, Salesforce Ventures, Sapphire Ventures, Telstra Ventures, Trinity Ventures, WiL
Industry: Developer APIs, Enterprise Software, Identity Management, Information Technology, Internet, Software
Founders: Eugenio Pace, Matias Woloski
Founding year: 2013
Total equity funding raised: $332.3M

12. Caffeine $113.0M
Round: Series D
Description: Redwood City-based Caffeine is a new kind of broadcast company focused on the creation and distribution of live, interactive content. Founded by Ben Keighran and Sam Roberts in 2016, Caffeine has now raised a total of $259.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Andreessen Horowitz, Cox Enterprises, Greylock, Fox Corporation, and MaC Venture Capital.
Investors in the round: Andreessen Horowitz, Cox Enterprises, Fox Corporation, Greylock, Sanabil
Industry: Broadcasting, Media and Entertainment, Social Media, Video Games, Video Streaming
Founders: Ben Keighran, Sam Roberts
Founding year: 2016
Total equity funding raised: $259.0M

13. Praxis Precision Medicines $110.0M
Round: Series C
Description: Cambridge-based Praxis Precision Medicines offers drug development services. Founded by Kiran Reddy, David Goldstein, and Steve Petrou in 2015, Praxis Precision Medicines has now raised a total of $131.9M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Verition Fund Management, Cormorant Asset Management, Novo Holdings, Point72 Ventures, and Adage Capital Management.
Investors in the round: Adage Capital Management, Ample Plus Fund, Avoro Capital Advisors, Blackstone Life Sciences, Cormorant Asset Management, Eventide Asset Management, Irving Investors, Novo Holdings, OCV, Point72 Ventures, Qatar Investment Authority, Surveyor Capital, Vida Ventures
Industry: Alternative Medicine, Biotechnology, Health Care, Medical
Founders: Kiran Reddy, David Goldstein, Steve Petrou
Founding year: 2015
Total equity funding raised: $131.9M

14. Heal $100.0M
Round: Series D
Description: Pacific Palisades-based Heal offers house calls and video appointments with doctors for primary care, as well as digital monitoring and telepsychology services. Founded by Greg Drobnick, Jason Shafton, Nick Desai, and Renee Dua in 2014, Heal has now raised a total of $171.1M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Fidelity Management and Research Company, Qualcomm, Slow Ventures, Humana, and Breyer Capital.
Investors in the round: Humana
Industry: Apps, Health Care, Health Diagnostics, Home Health Care, Personal Health
Founders: Greg Drobnick, Jason Shafton, Nick Desai, Renee Dua
Founding year: 2014
Total equity funding raised: $171.1M

14. Skydio $100.0M
Round: Series C
Description: Redwood City-based Skydio uses artificial intelligence to create flying drones that are used by consumer, enterprise, and government customers. Founded by Abraham Bachrach, Adam Bry, and Matt Donahoe in 2014, Skydio has now raised a total of $170.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Andreessen Horowitz, Playground Global, IVP, Accel, and NTT DOCOMO Ventures.
Investors in the round: Andreessen Horowitz, IVP, Levitate Capital, Next47, NTT DOCOMO Ventures, Playground Global
Industry: Aerospace, Artificial Intelligence, Drones, Robotics, Sensor
Founders: Abraham Bachrach, Adam Bry, Matt Donahoe
Founding year: 2014
Total equity funding raised: $170.0M

14. Instacart $100.0M
Round: Venture
Description: San Francisco-based Instacart specializes in delivering groceries and home essentials from a variety of local stores. Founded by Apoorva Mehta, Brandon Leonardo, and Max Mullen in 2012, Instacart has now raised a total of $2.2B in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include General Catalyst, Y Combinator, Khosla Ventures, FundersClub, and Andreessen Horowitz.
Investors in the round: T. Rowe Price
Industry: Delivery, Delivery Service, E-Commerce, Grocery, Same Day Delivery
Founders: Apoorva Mehta, Brandon Leonardo, Max Mullen
Founding year: 2012
Total equity funding raised: $2.2B

14. Medly Pharmacy $100.0M
Round: Series B
Description: Brooklyn-based Medly Pharmacy is a digital pharmacy platform that offers free, same-day prescription delivery. Founded by Chirag Kulkarni, Marg Patel, and Sahaj Patel in 2017, Medly Pharmacy has now raised a total of $100.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Lerer Hippeau, Greycroft, Volition Capital, and Horsley Bridge Partners.
Investors in the round: Greycroft, Horsley Bridge Partners, Lerer Hippeau, Volition Capital
Industry: Delivery, Health Care, Pharmaceutical, Same Day Delivery, Software
Founders: Chirag Kulkarni, Marg Patel, Sahaj Patel
Founding year: 2017
Total equity funding raised: $100.0M