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In case you missed it, here’s a roundup of recently announced deal updates. Additionally, be sure to click the “Follow” button on any company’s profile page that you are interested in.
Gatsby surpasses $1M raised and is successfully funded in less than one week after launching
Gatsby has surpassed $1M in investments less than one week after launching its public campaign on SeedInvest. The campaign is now successfully funded towards its minimum funding target and still accepting investments. Gatsby is developing an options trading platform for a new generation of traders.
Amplion aiming to become leading provider of insights, scientific details, and outcomes on every drug development program
Amplion’s machine learning platform analyzes more than 33M evidence sources to identify and qualify drug and test developer partnership opportunities. “Precision medicine holds the promise of driving down drug development costs through shorter, more successful trials and reducing time to market for valuable drugs,” says Will Szczerbiak, Principal at Greycroft, an investor in Amplion. “As investors, we believe in Amplion’s potential to reduce inefficiency in the critical partnering phases and add real value to the industry.”
GROUNDFLOOR, SeedInvest’s most funded fintech deal to date, named to Deloitte 2020 Technology Fast 500 List
GROUNDFLOOR recently made the 2020 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 List. The company ranked #102 out of 500 total companies and #6 out of the 24 Georgia-based companies. The list recognizes the fastest-growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences, and energy tech companies in North America. Ranking is based on percentage reported revenue growth from fiscal year 2016 to 2020.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development recognizes Caliber’s opportunity zone project
Caliber recently hosted U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Christopher Patterson for a tour of its newly completed federally designated opportunity zone project, the Phoenix Medical Psychiatric Hospital (PMPH). “I’ve never heard of a capital group coming in and actually trying to use opportunity zones as an investment structure to actually do something that really improves the community,” Patterson says.
Jassby’s CEO answers investor FAQs
Jassby’s CEO & Co-Founder Benny Nachman recently answered investor FAQs such as the company’s biggest competitor, planned exit strategy, and more. Jassby is a mobile money app and virtual debit card for kids and teens.