Harvest Power picks up $20 mln

By Iris Dorbian — 3 months ago

Waltham, Massachusetts-based Harvest Power, a provider of organics management solutions, has raised $20 million in funding. True North Venture Partners, Industry Ventures and Generation Investment Management led the round. Also, Harvest has named Christian G. Kasper as CEO.

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Harvest Power nets $20 mln

By Iris Dorbian — 1 year ago

Harvest Power has closed $20 million in funding. True North Venture Partners, Industry Ventures and Generation Investment Management were the lead investors. In addition to the funding, Michael Ahearn has been appointed the new chairman of Harvest Power’s board of directors. Harvest Power is a developer of renewable energy and fertilizer products from organic waste.

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VC-backed call intelligence firm Invoca appoints new CFO

By Iris Dorbian — 1 year ago

Santa Barbara, Calif.-based Invoca, a provider of enterprise inbound call marketing solutions, has hired Cynthia Stephens as chief financial officer. Previously, Stephens worked at Harvest Power where she served as senior vice president and CFO. Invoca is backed by Salesforce Ventures, Accel Partners, Upfront Ventures and Rincon Venture Partners.

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Harvest Power Raises Additional $15 Million in Series C Financing

By Connie Loizos — 4 years ago

Four-year-old Harvest Power, a Waltham, Mass.-based company that produces renewable energy and soils, mulches and natural fertilizers raised, has raised a $15 million extension to its $110 million Series C financing. The newest funds come for Tur Partners and Industry Ventures. True North Venture Partners led the initial round, alongside existing investors that include Kleiner Perkins […]

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Waste Management Backs Harvest Power

By PEHub Administrator — 6 years ago

Harvest Power Inc., a Waltham, Mass.-based manager of food and yard waste composting facilities, has raised an undisclosed amount of VC funding from Waste Management Inc. (NYSE: WM). As part of the deal, existing Harvest Power shareholders Kleiner Perkins and Munich Venture Partners also increased their investments.

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