Daily fantasy sports game operator FanDuel has closed $11 million in Series C financing from new investor Comcast Ventures, existing investors Piton Capital, Pentech Ventures, Bullpen Capital and serial investor Richard Koch. Andrew Cleland, a partner at Comcast Ventures has joined FanDuel’s board.
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Lifecrowd, the social activities discovery site, has tagged on $5 million more to help boost the company’s online marketplace. Chicago-based investment fund Lightbank led the investment and will get a board seat as part of the transaction. Other backers include Bullpen Capital, Baroda Ventures, Prism VentureWorks and MuckerLab. PRESS RELEASE: SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 19, [...]
Palo Alto, Calif.-based Tello Inc. has raised $2.7 million in a Series A round led by True Ventures and Bullpen Capital. The company is developing a mobile application service that provides feedback to any business — from large retailers, airlines and hotel chains to independent shops and restaurants, the company says. Tello was founded in [...]
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Life360, a provider of mobile family safety applications has reached its ten millionth user milestone. The company has also closed a $3.5 million Series A financing. Investors included Fontinalis Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners, 500 Startups, Kapor Capital, Venture51, Bullpen Capital, Social Leverage and EchoVC Partners, as well as existing investors. This brings the company’s total [...]
Salesforce.com, the San Francisco-based enterprise cloud computing company, has acquired Assistly, a virtual customer-service help desk whose customers include Klout, Instagram, and Spotify, among others. Assistly’s investors include Bullpen Capital, Index Ventures, Salesforce.com, Social Leverage and True Ventures. Salesforce is paying $50 million in cash for the company, also based in San Francisco. Assistly had [...]
Online video and marketing company PixelFish has grabbed $4 million in fresh capital, in a round led by Bullpen Capital. Existing shareholders Floodgate and Mack Capital, along with new investors Tomorrow Ventures, 500 Startups and Western Tech also joined in the round. Calif.-based PixelFish will use the money to continue development and to bolstering its sales and marketing efforts.
Bullpen Capital formed a new venture capital fund. The vehicle will focus on second round financings. The Menlo Park, Calif.-based firm makes follow-on investments in capital-efficient technology companies that were initially funded by super-angel funds.
San Francisco-based Assistly, which has developed a Web-based social networking system for enterprise customer service, has raised $3 million in new venture financing. Investors include Bullpen Capital, Index Ventures and existing investors True Ventures and Social Leverage. The new funding will be used for product development and marketing.