• Mercato raises $26M Series A to help smaller grocers compete online

    10 days ago - By Tech Crunch

    The pandemic upended the way people shop for their everyday needs, including groceries. Online grocery sales in the U.S. are expected to reach 21.5% of the total grocery sales by 2025, after leaping from 3.4% pre-pandemic to 10.2% as of 2020. One business riding this wave is Mercato , an online grocery platform that helps smaller grocers and speciality food stores get online quickly. After helping grow its merchant sales by 1,300% in 2020, Mercato has now closed on $26 million in Series A funding, the company tells TechCrunch.
    The round was led by Velvet Sea Ventures with participation...
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  • OneTrust raises $210M to expand its enterprise compliance solutions

    OneTrust raises $210M to expand its enterprise compliance solutions

    10 days ago - By Venture Beat

    OneTrust, a security and compliance startup headquartered in Georgia, has raised $210 million in an extesion to its series C round.
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  • Tines, which helps enterprise security teams automate repetitive workflows, raises $26M

    Tines, which helps enterprise security teams automate repetitive workflows, raises $26M

    10 days ago - By Venture Beat

    Tines is a rules-based no-code platform that helps enterprise security teams automate repetitive workflows.
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  • Ramp just raised $115 million at a $1.6 billion valuation in a Series B co-led by Stripe as investors pour money into the red-hot market for corporate cards

    Ramp just raised $115 million at a $1.6 billion valuation in a Series B co-led by Stripe as investors pour money into the red-hot market for corporate cards

    10 days ago - By Business Insider

    Summary List Placement Competition is heating up in the corporate card space, an industry that has long been dominated by players like American Express, JPMorgan, and Silicon Valley Bank.
    Fintechs like Brex, Divvy, and Ramp have emerged, and they're winning over business owners. Ramp, for one, said a third of its customers switched from American Express.
    VCs, too, have taken notice of the fast-growing fintech category.
    On Thursday, Ramp announced a $115 million Series B that values the startup at $1.6 billion. The fundraising included participation from fellow fintech Stripe, a new...
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  • We got an exclusive look at the pitch deck no-code automation startup Tines used to raise $26 million

    We got an exclusive look at the pitch deck no-code automation startup Tines used to raise $26 million

    10 days ago - By Business Insider

    Summary List Placement Dublin-based no-code automation startup Tines has just raised $26 million in fresh funding as it accelerates its US expansion.
    Founded in 2018 by Eoin Hinchy and Thomas Kinsella, Tines provides automation tools design to help with workplace friction, removing cumbersome manual processes in areas such as cybersecurity, allowing employees to focus on critical tasks. Tines works with major startups like Coinbase and Canva as well as smaller entities to improve their workplace security automation.
    "We're seeing a shift to decentralized enterprise applications," Hinchy...
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  • Tines raises $26M Series B for its no-code security automation platform

    Tines raises $26M Series B for its no-code security automation platform

    10 days ago - By Tech Crunch

    Tines , a no-code automation platform co-founded by two senior cybersecurity operators, today announced that it has raised a $26 million Series B funding round led by Addition. Existing investors Accel and Blossom Capital participated in this round, which also includes strategic investments from CrowdStrike and Silicon Valley CISO Investments. After this round, which brings the total funding in the company to $41.1 million, Tines is now valued at $300 million.
    Given that Tines co-founders Eoin Hinchy and Thomas Kinsella were both in senior security roles at DocuSign before they left to...
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