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Housing for digital nomads - Anyplace goes for them, Airbnb follows suit

  • Fresh Juice
  • yesterday

Anyplace is a San Francisco based start-up providing flexible housing for nomads and the millennial generation, and I am delighted to have this company in my portfolio. They make the housing rental experience as easy as booking a hotel room. Through the platform, people can move in and out whenever they want with no long-term contract.

Housing for digital nomads - Anyplace goes for them, Airbnb follows suit

UpKeep raises $36 million Series B to help facilities and maintenance teams go mobile

  • TechCrunch
  • 2 weeks ago
  • UpKeep, a mobile-first platform for maintenance and operations collaboration, has today announced the close of a $36 million Series B financing round,which brings UpKeep’s total funding to $48.8 million.
  • The round was led by Insight Partners, with participation from existing investors Emergence Capital, Battery Ventures, Y Combinator, Mucker Capital and Fundersclub.
  • UpKeep operates on a freemium model, allowing technicians to manage their own work for free. Collaborative use of the product across an organization costs on a per user on both an annual or monthly basis.
  • The company offers various tiers, from a Starter Plan ($35/month/user) to an Enterprise Plan ($180/month/user).
UpKeep raises $36 million Series B to help facilities and maintenance teams go mobile

Smart grocery cart startup Caper bags $10 million

  • TechCrunch
  • 8 months ago

Caper wants to deliver a major update to the self-checkout aisle without keeping its dreaded catchphrases, i.e. “Unknown item in the bagging area,” “Please place the item in the bag.” The New York startup is tapping some of Silicon Valley’s more recognizable VC firms to fund their dreams for a shopping cart of the future that uses computer vision and other sensors to let shoppers quickly scan items as they drop them into their carts.

The company is announcing that they’ve closed a $10 million Series A led by Lux Capital. The round also saw participation from First Round Capital, Y Combinator, Hardware Club, FundersClub, Sidekick Fund and Red Apple Group.

Caper closed its $2.15 million seed round led by First Round earlier this year. The startup has now raised $13 million to date. The startup’s leadership plans to use the capital to bring their smart grocery carts to more locations.

Smart grocery cart startup Caper bags $10 million
Total raised

$7.5M

Funded over

2 rounds

Latest round

Seed (Oct 2012)