UpOut, a San Francisco-based online guide that provides users with personalized recommendations to places and events, has closed $850,000 in seed funding from Sand Hill Angels and TEEC Angels, among others. Before receiving its new round of financing, UpOut had participated in Tandem Entrepreneurs, a Burlington, Calif.-based accelerator that targets mobile applications, providing the teams that create them with six months of support and guidance, along with an initial investment.
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Angels continued to aggressively put money to work in the third quarter of last year, with medianl round size jumping to a 15-month high and dollars going to mobile startups rising to 16.5% of total investments.
Silicon Valley angel investor group Sand Hill Angels has invested over $2.3 million in 2011, consisting of 7 new investments and several follow-on investments. Portfolio companies include Clean Power Finance, Global Fresh Foods, Liftopia, X-Graph and OncoHealth. PRESS RELEASE Sand Hill Angels announced today that it has invested over $ 2.3 million in 2011, consisting [...]
Clean Power Finance said it raised $25 million from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Google Ventures, Claremont Creek Ventures, Clean Pacific Ventures and Sand Hill Angels. The solar startup also appointed Robert “Nat” Kreamer, a co-founder of competitor SunRun, its new CEO. It was unclear when the financing round closed. News reports said money from [...]
Clean Power Finance has raised $19 million in venture financing, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The filings lists Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Partner Ben Kortlang and Claremont Creek Ventures Managing Director Nat Goldhaber as company directors, but offers no detail on which firms supported the financing. Greentech Media reported [...]
Cleantech start-up WaterSmart Software has raised $900,000 in a seed financing round led by Menlo Incubator, and joined by Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Physic Ventures, and Sand Hill Angels. The company was formed in late 2009, and will use the cash infusion to build out its customer engagement platform for water utilities.
OncoHealth Corp., the developer of HPV diagnostics and treatments, raised $1.6 million in what it called an oversubscribed round from investors including Band of Angels, Emergent Medical Partners, Halo Fund, Tech Coast Angels, The Angels Forum, and Wilmington Investor Network. Sand Hill Angels and Life Science Angels anchored the round.