Female Founder Fundings Updates
I’ll be updating this page over the coming week to reflect all investments for the past 7 weeks. Meanwhile, Series A raises for Figure8 and Herbivore Botanicals. Series B for Hipcamp. Seed round for Genneve.
Seven fundings, one exit and a new fund. Series A raises for Remedy, DotLab, Chief and Anomalie. Series B for Genome Medical. Seed rounds for Homeroom and Miss Grass. SheWorx gets acquired. And Vice Ventures raises a fund for sinful companies.
Five seed rounds and one Series A this week for Athena Security, Kango, Mixlab, Needslist, Novi, and Part & Parcel. Plus The RealReal files for IPO.
A first-time foray into femtech for Forerunner, and a big exit for a female-led tech company with a service fueling Fortnite’s dominance. Alliteration!
Two women make inroads into traditionally male based industries—global money transfers and marketing SaaS.
MOD Pizza piles on $160M to grow internationally, Modsy with a Series C (keep eyes on rock star CEO, Shanna Tellerman), another ecomm with a sex tech focus and a much needed platform for finding a therapist.
Away and Nextdoor join the unicornsphere, hauling in a combined $223 million. Plus two more raises in health and wellness and women’s lifestyle brands.
Vice Media takes on $250M in debt financing under their new CEO, another femtech company joins the VC-funded club, and a genomics data platform reels a healthy seed round from big life-sciences investors.
Learn more about Techstars Accelerator program and meet two female-identifying CEOs from the 2019 Seattle program.
Direct-to-consumer jewelry brand Mejuri lands a Series B, child transpo logistics platform Zum adds on to their Series C, Serena Williams launches a fund, and Crunchbase reports on Q1 venture female fundings (the numbers haven’t changed).