Armed with some publicly available data from our friends at CrunchBase, I broke down the 10 largest NYC Startup Series D rounds of 2017. I have included some additional information as well, such as year of date funding, industry, brief company description, and total equity funding raised to further the analysis. In order to maintain a focus on conventional tech startups, pharmaceutical, real estate, and biotech companies were removed from the data.
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10. tracx $12,500,000
Description: Tracx is a cloud-based social media management system providing business analytics solutions through the social web.
Industry: Brand Marketing, Publishing, Social Media Management
Date of funding: 01/04
Total equity funding: $38,400,000
9. Kobalt $14,000,000
Description: Kobalt is a music services company that offers alternative to traditional music business models.
Industry: Independent Music, Marketing, Music
Date of funding: 10/12
Total equity funding: $205,000,000
8. KeyMe $25,000,000
Description: KeyMe is the most accurate, secure, and convenient way to copy keys with over 1,000 US key copying kiosks in major retailers & a mobile app.
Industry: Artificial Intelligence, E-Commerce, Enterprise Software, Hardware, Mobile Apps, Retail, Robotics
Date of funding: 09/14
Total equity funding: $70,400,000
8. WorkMarket $25,000,000
Description: WorkMarket, a company backed by Spark Capital and Union Square Ventures, provides a marketplace for managing contractors and freelancers.
Industry: Enterprise Software, Freelance, SaaS
Date of funding: 04/25
Total equity funding: $66,000,000
8. Truveris $25,000,000
Description: Truveris is a technology company driving transparency, access and lower costs across the prescription drug ecosystem.
Industry: Health Care, SaaS, Wellness
Date of funding: 09/06
Total equity funding: $54,016,713
6. WorkFusion $35,000,000
Description: WorkFusion automates enterprise business processes by combining robotics, AI-powered cognitive automation, and workforce orchestration.
Industry: Artificial Intelligence, Enterprise Software, Machine Learning, Robotics
Date of funding: 01/26
Total equity funding: $71,300,000
5. AbleTo $36,600,000
Description: AbleTo, Inc. is a market leader in providing technology-enabled behavioral health care
Date of funding: 08/23
Total equity funding: $36,600,000
4. Artsy $50,000,000
Description: Artsy is a global platform for discovering and collecting art.
Industry: Art, Content Discovery, Internet
Date of funding: 07/18
Total equity funding: $99,530,053
3. Yotpo $51,000,000
Description: Yotpo is a user-generated content (UGC) marketing platform for online businesses.
Industry: Content, E-Commerce, Marketing, Social Media Marketing
Date of funding: 11/08
Total equity funding: $101,000,000
2. SeatGeek $57,000,000
Description: SeatGeek is a ticket search engine that aggregates ticket listings for live sports, concerts, and theater events.
Industry: Concerts, Ediscovery, Events, Search Engine, Sports, Ticketing, Vertical Search
Date of funding: 04/18
Total equity funding: $159,970,000
1. Collibra $58,000,000
Description: Collibra automates data management processes by providing business-focused applications where collaboration and ease-of-use come first.
Industry: Enterprise Software, Infrastructure, SaaS
Date of funding: 12/26
Total equity funding: $133,986,132