Here’s a look at some of the latest news from our team and portfolio:
Daily, an API for adding video calls to any app, announced a $40M Series B led by Renegade Partners. Daily has grown revenue 30x over the last 18 months as the need for embedded video solutions has become a higher priority. The company now counts Appfolio, HotDoc, Pitch, and Teamflow among their growing list of customers.
Buffalo Market, a tech-enabled distributor for modern food and beverage brands, raised $19.7M in a Series A led by Construct Capital & Forerunner Ventures. Their CEO, Adam Olejniczak, was also recently named among the Forbes 30 under 30 class.
Interviewing.io, which offers anonymous mock technical interviews for engineering candidates, raised $10M in a Series A led by M13. Interviewing’s big mission is to eliminate inefficiencies and biases from the technical hiring process. To that effort, Interviewing has conducted over 10,000 interviews. We could not be more excited to continue supporting their journey.
Judo, is the latest addition to TenOneTen! Judo’s SDK and desktop app make it easy to add no-code functionality to any existing app. We led their $3M seed round alongside Freestyle Capital. Apps such as DraftKings, NASCAR, Bass Pro Shops, and the Las Vegas Raiders use Judo to deliver rich, native, and engaging in-app user experiences without app store updates.
Mashgin, which makes a computer vision-powered self-checkout system, shared that their technology is now in use across 500 locations worldwide. Mashgin has already powered $100M in sales transactions and is used by major convenience stores, airports, cafeterias, and sports arenas such as Madison Square Garden and DK Stores. Here’s a short video of Mashgin in action.
Many other TenOneTen companies have also been getting much-deserved recognition. Selfbook and FitXR were among The Information’s 50 Most Promising Startups list. And Replicated, Optimal Dynamics and Windfall Data were recognized in the 2021 Rocket List of fastest-growing companies.