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Scout raises $2.75 mln from NEA, Google Ventures

Scout, which offers a cloud-based solution for filling out requests for proposals, has raised $2.75 million in seed funding. New Enterprise Associates led the funding, with participation from Google Ventures, Zapis Capital and angel investors, including Techammer and Tim O’Shaughnessy. As part of the seed funding, Chetan Puttagunta, a partner at NEA, has joined the board of the Cleveland,Ohio-based company.

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VC-backed DocuSign names CMO

San Francisco-based electronic signature company DocuSign has hired Brad Brooks as chief marketing officer. Recently, Brooks worked at Juniper Networks where he served as CMO and senior vice president of global marketing. DocuSign’s backers include Samsung Ventures, BBVA Ventures, Accel Partners, Google Ventures, Comcast Ventures, Ignition Partners, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Sapphire Ventures and Scale Venture Partners.

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Ionic Security rings up $40.1 mln Series C

Atlanta-based data protection platform Ionic Security has raised $40.1 million in Series C funding. Meritech Capital Partners led the round with participation from other investors that include Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Google Ventures, Tech Operators and Jafco Ventures.

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VC-backed FitStar taps 24 Hour Fitness founder Mastrov for board

San Francisco-based FitStar, a digital fitness firm, has named Mark Mastrov to its board of directors. Mastrov is the founder of 24 Hour Fitness and New Evolution Ventures. FitStar’s backers include Google Ventures, Advancit Capital, FLOODGATE Fund, Founder Collective, MESA+ and Neil Young.

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Mobile ad platform Adelphic grabs $11 mln

Mobile advertising platform Adelphic has raised $11 million in Series B funding. Blue Chip Venture Company led the round with participation from return backers Matrix Partners and Google Ventures.

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Expect Labs picks up $13 mln Series A

MindMeld platform maker Expect Labs has secured $13 million in Series A funding. IDG Ventures and a USAA subsidiary led the round. Other investors included Intel Capital, Samsung Ventures, Telefónica Digital, Liberty Global Ventures, Fenox Ventures, Westcott, Quest Venture Partners, Google Ventures, Greylock Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners and KPG Ventures.

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VC-backed small biz lender OnDeck debuts IPO

New York City-based small business lender OnDeck has raised $200 million for its IPO after pricing its 10 million shares at $20 per share. The stock began trading Wednesday on the NYSE under the ticker symbol “ONDK.”

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San Francisco savings start-up Digit nabs $2.5 mln

Digit has raised $2.5 million in seed funding, the firm announced in a blog post on its site. Baseline Ventures led the round with participation from other investors that included Freestyle Capital, Upside Partnership, Google Ventures, Operative Capital, Garry Tan and Alexis Ohanian. Also, Digit has named Dan Manges, Randy Reddig, Sharda Caro-del-Castillo and Tom Brown as advisors. Based in San Francisco, Digit is a service that automates people’s savings. To read more about the funding, visit here.

 

VC-backed DocuSign adds HP’s Hinshaw to board

San Francisco-based electronic signature company DocuSign has appointed John Hinshaw to its board of directors. Hinshaw is the executive vice president of technology and operations at HP. DocuSign’s backers include Samsung Ventures, BBVA Ventures, Accel Partners, Google Ventures, Comcast Ventures, Ignition Partners, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Sapphire Ventures and Scale Venture Partners.

Framed Data attracts $2 mln seed

San Francisco-based data start-up Framed Data has received $2 million in seed funding, the company said in a blog post on its site. The investors included Google Ventures, Innovation Works, Jotter and NYU Innovation Fund. To read the announcement, visit here.

 

VC-backed ThreatStream expands team with two hires

Redwood City, Calif.-based ThreatStream, a cyber security threat intelligence platform provider, has hired Rick Wescott as vice president of worldwide sales and W. Todd Helfrich as director of federal sales. Previously, Wescott worked at ArcSight where he served as vice president and general manager of public sector sales while Helfrich was at HP. ThreatStream’s backers include General Catalyst Partners, Institutional Venture Partners, Google Ventures and Paladin Capital Group.

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ThreatStream raises $22 mln

ThreatStream said Thursday it raised $22 million in series B funding led by General Catalyst Partners. New investors Institutional Venture Partners and previous investors Google Ventures and Paladin Capital Group also participated. Redwood City, Calif.-based ThreatStream offers a SaaS-based cyber security threat intelligence platform.

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