Home Venture Capital Tom Brady’s Production Company Lands $50M, Wavemaker 360 Closes $64M Health Care...

Tom Brady’s Production Company Lands $50M, Wavemaker 360 Closes $64M Health Care Fund


This week in “Raises”: San Diego led the way with big funding hauls for a pair of biotech and aviation startups based there, while yet another L.A.-based Tom Brady venture landed a raise of its own. Meanwhile, a Pasadena health care VC launched its second fund.

Venture Capital

Resilience, a San Diego-based biomanufacturing company, raised a $625 million Series D financing round from undisclosed investors. The company also disclosed a previously unannounced $600 million Series C round raised last year.

Shield AI, a San Diego-based developer of AI pilots for aircraft, raised a $90 million Series E equity round led by Snowpoint Ventures’ Doug Philippone.

Religion of Sports, a Santa Monica-based sports media production company co-founded by NFL legends Tom Brady and Michael Strahan, raised a $50 million Series B funding round led by Shamrock Capital.

Trovata, a San Diego-based open banking platform, raised a $27 million Series B funding round led by Fin Capital.

Calaxy, an L.A.-based Web3 social media app co-founded by NBA player Spencer Dinwiddie, raised $26 million in new funding co-led by the HBAR Foundation and Animoca Brands.

Just Women’s Sports, an L.A.-based media platform dedicated to women’s sports, raised a $6 million funding round led by Blue Pool Capital.

Adim, an L.A.-based Web3 content creation platform co-founded by actor Rob McElhenney, raised $5 million in seed funding led by Andreessen Horowitz general partner Chris Dixon.

Gander, an L.A.-based ecommerce startup, raised a $4.2 million seed round co-led by Harlem Capital and Crossbeam Venture Partners.

Aliso Viejo-based medical device company Bright Uro raised $4 million in seed financing from Academy Investor Network, Fred Moll, and other angel investors. It also received a $2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

IndieFlow, a Santa Monica-based platform for independent music artists, raised $4 million in funding led by State of Mind Ventures.

Curio, a Santa Monica-based NFT analytics startup, raised a $3.7 million seed funding round led by Alexis Ohanian’s 776.

Ivella, a Santa Monica-based fintech startup targeted toward couples, raised $3.5 million in funding from Anthemis, Financial Venture Studio and Soma Capital.

Revolution RE, an L.A.-based data and analytics platform for residential real estate companies, raised a $3 million funding round from investors including 29th Street Ventures, Moderne Ventures, Techstars, PLG Ventures, Silicon Badia and Jason Calacanis’ LAUNCH.

De Oro Devices, a San Luis Obispo-based startup specializing in devices for people living with Parkinson’s disease, raised a $2.8 million seed funding round led by True Wealth Ventures.

L.A.-based blockchain gaming site Haste Arcade raised $1.5 million in seed funding led by Logic Boost Labs CEO Jonathan Cogley.


Wavemaker 360 Health, a Pasadena-based venture fund focused on seed-stage health care startups, closed its $64 million second fund.

Raises is dot.LA’s weekly feature highlighting venture capital funding news across Southern California’s tech and startup ecosystem. Please send fundraising news to Decerry Donato (decerrydonato@dot.la).

Related Articles Around the Web

Source link

Previous articleAC Milan’s new owners bet they can top miracle season
Next articleWho are the most active PE investors in infrastructure?


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here