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TroopSwap. Troop ID. ID.me. The ever-changing name of the Tysons Corner company co-founded by Blake Hall and Matthew Thompson provides a visible reminder of how the start-up has evolved and expanded its focus since being formed more than three years ago.
Riskive Inc. has raised $2.2 million via sale of shares to 14 investors, according to an SEC filing.
Tivli, an innovative IP-based service that delivers television to university students on their devices anywhere on campus, announced the completion of a $6.3 million Series A financing.
CVRx, Inc., a private medical device company, has completed a private equity financing totaling $29.6 million. CVRx plans to use the funding for the primary purposes of advancing its clinical trials and expanding its international commercial activities. New Enterprise Associates, Inc. (NEA) and Johnson & Johnson Development Corporation were the co-lead investors.
In Celebration of 30 Years in Business, Company Kicks Off Series of Community Service Events Around the World
Reston-based Zoomdata Inc., a data visualization startup led by former Clarabridge Inc. President Justin Langseth, announced on Wednesday a $4.1 million Series A round led by Columbus Nova Technology Partners.
Signal Hill is pleased to announce that its client, Spire Capital, has sold the Data Integration / Dynamic Mediation and Personalization / Provisioning product platforms of Ventraq
The Herndon-based Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) said on Wednesday it has invested an unspecified amount in Arlington-based CirrusWorks, a developer of network control platforms designed to help IT managers more efficiently run local area networks.
The Herndon-based Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) said on Tuesday it has invested in Charlottesville-based LendPro, the developer of a cloud-based service focused on retail in-store consumer finance.
TroopID, the McLean-based developer of a service that allows members of the military community to claim benefits while online, said it has relaunched as ID.me, expanding into areas outside the military.