Go1, Kdan Mobile, Dover, Treblle raise funds | Limeade acquired TINYpulse | Productiv is collaborating with Miro
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Limeade, an employee engagement software provider, has announced the acquisition of Seattle-based TINYpulse, a SaaS employee listening provider, to create healthy employee experiences. Under the terms of the deal, likely to close by the end of July 2021, Limeade would merge with TINYpulse in an all-cash deal of $8.8 million for 100 percent of the issued capital of TINYpulse. In a press release, Henry Albrecht, founder and CEO of Limeade, stated that the Covid 19 pandemic had reinforced the company’s vision of creating healthy employee experiences, generating better business results for customers.
Go1, a platform helping companies upscale their workforce via on-demand training, has turned unicorn, raising $200 million in Series D at a valuation of $1B in a round co-led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2, AirTree Ventures and Salesforce Ventures. Go1’s Series C funding round came last year where it netted $40 million from Madrona Venture Group. The total funding raised by Go1 crosses $283 million as per Crunchbase. Other and existing investors - Blue Cloud Ventures, Larsen Ventures, Scott Shleifer and John Curtius from Tiger Global, TEN13, Microsoft’s venture fund M12, Madrona Venture Group, SEEK, and Y Combinator participated in the funding round.
Kdan Mobile, a Taiwanese startup, has raised $16 million in a Series B funding round led by Dattoz Partners. Yeon Su Kim, CEO of Dattoz Partners, will be joining Kdan's board. Other participants in the round include Taiwania Capital, Golden Asia Fund Mitsubishi UFJ Capital, and WI Harper Group. Kdan Mobile specializes in cloud-based applications for workplace mobility. Kdan Mobile's enterprise products, such as Document AI, its data processing and filtering technology, and SaaS products like e-signature service DottedSign, PDF software Document 365, and Creativity 365 for multimedia content creation, including animations and video editing, will receive part of the funding.
Productiv, an enterprise SaaS management platform, has announced it is collaborating with Miro, an online whiteboard tool. This collaboration will enhance how people communicate inside the organization and maximize the usefulness of communication apps like Miro.The partnership will provide corporate teams more visibility into how they're using Miro for new collaborative practices, such as real-time feature utilization.
Dover, a recruiting platform, has raised $20 million in a Series A funding round led by Tiger Global Management. Other participants include Founders Fund, Abstract Ventures, and Y Combinator. Dover, which has created a "recruitment orchestration platform" geared at recruiters, lets them juggle and combine numerous applicant pools to automatically locate appropriate job prospects and then manage the outreach process, according to CEO and co-founder Max Kolysh.
Treblle, a real-time Application Program Interface (API) monitoring and analytics platform provider, has raised €1.2M ($1.4 million) in seed funding from Pan-European Venture Capital firm, Nauta Capital that predominantly invests in early-stage tech companies.