VC-backed Welltok buys mobile health firm Mindbloom

By Iris Dorbian — 2 years ago

Welltok, a health optimization company in Denver, has acquired Mindbloom. No financial terms were disclosed. Based in Seattle, Mindbloom is a mobile health firm. Welltok’s backers include NEA, IBM, Qualcomm Ventures, Emergence Capital Partners, InterWest Partners and Miramar Venture Partners.

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On The Run Tech is Formed

By Angela Sormani — 3 years ago

Postcard on the Run has formed On The Run Tech, its parent company that specializes in building mobile apps that let users create customized physical products right from their mobile device. On The Run Tech recently closed a seed round of $1.3 million bringing the total amount of funding to date to $2 million. Selena Gomez, an investor and creative advisor to the company, participated in the new round along with Crosslink Capital, Crosscut Ventures, Siemer Ventures, Miramar Venture Partners, Newport Coast Investments and Double M Capital among other investors.

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Independa Adds $750K in Funding with Convertible Note

By Connie Loizos — 4 years ago

San Diego, Calif.-based telehealth provider Independa has raised a $750,000 convertible note funding to add to $1.6 million the company had raised from Miramar Venture Partners and City Hill Ventures, along with individual investors, last September. At the time, the company had also received $200,000 in debt financing from Silicon Valley Bank. The company is […]

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Predixion Adds $6M from DFJ Frontier, Miramar, Palomar

4 years ago

Predixion Software has raised $6 million from DFJ Frontier, Miramar Venture Partners and Palomar Ventures. A strategic investor led the round, though Pedixion did not disclose the name of the company. Predixion will use the Series B financing to build out its predictive analytics technology for the healthcare sector.

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Independa Closes $1.6M for Telehealth

4 years ago

San Diego, Calif.-based telehealth provider Independa Inc. has raised $1.6 million from Miramar Venture Partners and City Hill Ventures, as well as undisclosed private investors. In addition, Independa also received $200,000 in debt financing from Silicon Valley Bank. The company will use the money to build market-distribution channels, for product development, and plans to market a pilot programs for customers.

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