These 15 NYC Startups Raised the Most Capital in Q2 2019

first_img Filed Under: #NYCTech, AlleyTalk, Funded in the Alley, Funded in the Alley, Funding, Funding News, Startups, Venture Capital Tagged With:  Amos Stern,  Bernard Liautaud,  Garry Fatakhov,  Guillaume Maron,  Iyah Romm,  Jean Guillou,  Jeremy Suriel,  Mat Balez,  Toyin Ajayi, 500 Startups, 83North, 8VC, Aaron Schumm, Accel, Aglaé Ventures, Aleksandr Yampolskiy, Alexis Fogel, Allianz, Alon Cohen, Andreessen Horowitz, Arab Angel Fund, Artem Petakov, Arun Gupta, Atlas Venture, Avalon Ventures, Away, Baillie Gifford, Battery Ventures, Bay Gross, Bessemer Venture Partners, BlueVoyant, BoxGroup, Brad Birnbaum, Brandon Weber, Brookfield Asset Management, Button, Canaan Partners, Centene, Centricus, Chris Maddern, Cityblock Health, Coatue Management, Comcast Ventures, Commerce Ventures, Daniel Dines, Daniel Schreiber, Dashlane, Dave Morgan, Dennis Crowley, Donald DeSantis, Earlybird Venture Capital, Eight Roads Ventures, Elkstone Capital Partners, F-Prime Capital, Fiserv, Fortress Investment Group, Founders Fund, Foursquare, Franklin Templeton Investments, G20 Ventures, General Catalyst, George Soros, Georgian Partners, Giorgos Tsetis C.E., Global Founders Capital, Greycroft, Greylock Partners, GV, Hercules Capital, Hillhouse Capital Group, Icon Ventures, Inc., Insight Partners, Jen Rubio, Jill Layfield, Jump Capital, Karl Baum, Kustomer, L Catterton, Leerink Transformation Partners, Lemonade, LetsGetChecked, Litify, Madrona Venture Group, Marius Tirca, Maverick Ventures, Michael Jaconi, Microsoft, Mike Dudas, Morgan Stanley, Naveen Selvadurai, Naver Corporation, New Enterprise Associates, NGP Capital, Niall Smart, Nicholas Romito, Noom, norwest venture partners, Nutrafol, Oak HC/FT, Optum Ventures, Oren Frank, OurCrowd, Peter Foley, peter thiel, Plug and Play, Point72 Ventures, Polaris Partners, Primary Venture Partners, Qiming Venture Partners, Quadrille Capital, Qualcomm Ventures, Quartet, R&R Ventures, Redpoint, Reuven Moskowitz, Revolution, Riverwood Capital, Roland Peralta, Roni Frank, Ronnie Mateo, Ryan Hallman, Ryan Masiello, Saeju Jeong, Sam Kassoumeh, Samsung Ventures, SecurityScorecard, Seedcamp, Sequoia Capital, Shai Wininger, Siddhartha Dabral, Sidewalk Labs, Siemplify, Silicon Valley Bank, SimulMedia, Singapore Exchange Limited, SoftBank, Spark Capital, StartUp Health, Steph Korey, Stephen Milbank, Steve Shulman, Talkspace, Tamara Mellon, Tanner Hackett, TheTime, Thomas Glocer, Tiger Global Management, TransLink Capital, TransUnion, Trinity Ventures, Trumid Financial, Two Sigma Ventures, UiPath, Unilever Ventures, Union Square Ventures, Valiant Capital Partners, Vestwell, VTS, WarnerMedia, Winton Ventures Over $3.3B was invested in Q2 of 2019. Find out where it went…Today, we take a look at the companies that have raised the largest startup funding rounds in New York City in Q2 of 2019 using some data from our friends at Crunchbase.  In addition to the dollar amount, we have included a brief description, industry, round type, total equity funding raised, and funding round details. Lastly, in order to maintain a focus on conventional tech-enabled startups, pharmaceutical, financing, real estate, and biotech companies were removed from the data.CLICK HERE TO SEE THE 15 NYC STARTUPS THAT RAISED THE LARGEST ROUNDS IN Q2 2019The TechWatch Media Group audience is driving progress and innovation on a global scale. With its regional media properties, TechWatch Media Group is the highway for technology and entrepreneurship. There are a number of options to reach this audience of the world’s most innovative organizations and startups at scale including sponsoring a piece like this, which will be read by the vast majority of key influencers in the entrepreneurial universe. Find out more here.PREVIOUS POST1 / 23NEXT PAGE These 15 NYC Startups Raised the Most Capital in Q2 2019July 2, 2019 by Reza Chowdhury 344SHARESFacebookTwitterLinkedinlast_img