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New Enterprise Associates (NEA), the Chevy Chase-based venture capital firm, has increased its investment in Silicon Valley-based semiconductor technology firm SuVolta as part of the company's new $10.6 million funding round.
Intellinote, the Reston-based developer of a cloud-based platform that allows business users to create virtual workspaces and collaborate with one another on any device, said on Tuesday it has raised $4.3 million in its first round of funding, co-led by Grotech Ventures and Boulder Ventures.
The Maryland Technology Development Corp. (TEDCO) said on Tuesday it has awarded $1.3 million in funding to 13 state startups since July.
Marketing technology company Ifbyphone announced that it has nabbed $9 million in a Series D round, according to TechCrunch.
500 Startups, the Mountain View, CA.-based venture capital firm, was the most active seed investor in 2013, according to the research group CB Insights.
New Enterprise Associates (NEA), the Chevy Chase-based venture capital firm, on Thursday named Elliott Sigal as a venture partner and senior advisor.
Suneva Medical, Inc., a privately-held aesthetics company, announced that it has recently raised $35 million in debt and equity capital.
Cartiva, Inc., a developer of innovative solutions for the treatment of cartilage damage and osteoarthritis, announced today that it has entered into a loan and security agreement with Silicon Valley Bank providing access to up to $1.5 million of capital to the Company.
Compliance Science, Inc., a leading web-based provider of regulatory compliance technology and services, today announced that it has received an $8.25 million Series A investment from Edison Ventures, an information technology-focused venture capital firm.
Oxford Finance LLC today announced that it entered into a term loan agreement with Entellus Medical, Inc. that expanded the original $17 million loan facility to $25 million.