Posts Tagged ‘series A funding’

IoT Startup Haxiot Launches Platform, Eyes Series A Funding

Posted by David Kirkpatrick

Plano-based Internet of Things company Haxiot announced its X-ON platform which offers industrial IoT customers edge computing capabilities for real-time process control. What sets the company’s technology apart, according to Haxiot COO Youyi Kitson, is it has the first device-to-cloud

Richardson Startup Raises $4M, Moving Non-Opioid Drug Closer to Clinical Trial

Posted by Heather Noel

A company founded by current and former University of Texas at Dallas professors recently received a multimillion-dollar boost in its work to develop non-opioid alternatives to treat pain. 

Last week, CerSci Therapeutics closed a nearly $4 million Series A round …

Deep Space Ventures Closes Two $500K Investments

Posted by Lance Murray

Deep Space Ventures has closed $500,000 investments each for two companies, continuing a busy year and half of activity for the Dallas-based venture capital firm.

The companies are Austin-based Self Lender and Haste, which is headquartered in Atlanta.

Deep Space …

Dallas’ Modern Message App Receives $2M in Series A Funding

Posted by Chloe Bennett

Dallas-based Modern Message has raised $2 million in Series A funding.

The apartment rewards startup announced the results of the investment round this week, which was led by San Francisco’s AXA Strategic Ventures and included Dallas-area investors.

Through its Community …

Dallas Startup Disrupting
Real Estate Lands $2.3M

Posted by Heather Noel

Dallas-based Door is on a growth spurt. 

The real estate startup, which charges homeowners a flat rate of $5,000 rather than the standard 6 percent commission fee collected by other brokers, recently closed a $2.3 million funding round, according …

Orb Health Adding Nurses to Accommodate Growth

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Orb Health plans to hire 100 nurses in the North Texas area next year as the tech-oriented health-care firm expands treatment of chronically ill patients nationwide.

Demand for collaborative care is growing so fast the company just received $3.2 million …