Introhive, a company that helps businesses mine their contact data, has raised $6.7 million, according to an SEC filing. Leading the round, are GrowthWorks Atlantic Venture Fund, Silicon Valley inventor Ronjon Nag, and D.C.-based early stage investment fund Fortify Ventures.
Multilingual data analytics software company Babel Street, which is based in Reston, Va., has raised at least $925,000 out of a prospective $2.25 million round, according to an SEC filing.
Tangible Security, a cybersecurity company based in McLean, Va., raised $6 million, according to an SEC filing. One of the investors appears to be Peter Gerhard, the founder of G Capital Fund. In September, it won a $3.82 million contract with the Defense Information Systems Agency, according to Businessweek.
Veenome borrowed close to $400,000, according to an SEC filing. The company analyses videos for their marketing potential.
Virginia-based Disruptor Capital, an investment firm founded by Pete Snyder, a former Republican candidate for lieutenant governor in Virginia, is investing $1.5 million into Media Group of America, according to the Washington Post. The media company runs the conservative Independent Journal Review.