SlashNext bags $26 Million Series B, PublicInput receives minority growth equity investment and more
SlashNext Bags $26 Million Series B Funding
SlashNext offers SaaS-based spear-phishing and human hacking defense across digital channels and apps. SlashNext's patented cloud and on-device AI goes beyond email protection, and stops spear phishing, social engineering, and other targeted human threats across popular communication channels and collaboration apps.
The company announced that it raised $26 million in Series B venture capital funding. With new investors Tom and Matt Gallo, Telia Group, and the ACTIVE Fund of the Ayala group, and participation from early investors Norwest, Wing, and Alter Ventures. Thomas Gallo also joins the SlashNext board of directors.
US-based Community Engagement Software PublicInput.com receives minority growth equity investment
PublicInput is a platform that helps governments connect with the communities they serve, increase equitable participation, and analyze data to deliver better governance.
PublicInput received a minority growth equity investment via Growth Street Partners. The latest infusion will be utilized to strengthen its own leadership position in a transitioning market. The company also aims to use the money to push go-to-market efforts it has planned.
Persefoni announced $101M in Series B, biggest climate-tech SaaS investment ever
Persefoni is a leading Climate Management & Accounting Platform (CMAP) for enterprises and financial institutions. The product helps asset managers, banks, and other financial institutions calculate their financed emissions footprint in a manner that is fully auditable and compliant with both Greenhouse Gas Protocol and the Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials (PCAF) methodologies.
The company raised $101 million in its Series B financing round. The investment was led by Prelude Ventures and TPG's The Rise Fund and it is the largest-ever investment round in any Climate Tech SaaS company. Other investors include Clearvision Ventures, Parkway Ventures, Bain & Co., EDF Group through its corporate venture arm EDF Pulse Holding, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC), The Ferrante Group, Alumni Ventures Group, and New Valley Ventures.
Awardco Raises $65 Million in Series A Funding
Awardco is an employee rewards and recognition company. It offers a platform that helps builds culture through value-driven recognition.
The company announced that it raised $65 million in Series A funding. The capital will be used to pioneer a new future for rewards, recognition, and compensation. It is the largest Series A funding in HR SaaS history and boosts Awardco's valuation to more than $900 million. General Catalyst and Ryan Smith, Qualtrics co-founder and Utah Jazz majority owner led the funding effort.