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July 9, 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic brought economic uncertainty for many startups in the past three months, but a handful of Cincinnati companies managed to raise fresh funding. VNDLY led the way for investment this past quarter. The startup, which makes a SaaS workforce management platform, landed two investments within the space of just over a month. Although the exact amount of the second investment is unknown, we can say VNDLY has now raised more than $57 million, putting it in the top 20 of Cincinnati's most well-funded startups, according to the Business Courier. Cincy Inno covers funding news and other tech headlines every Friday in our newsletter, The Beat. Be sure to sign up to stay on top of the latest startup and innovation news in Cincinnati. VNDLY May: Less than six months after closing on a $35 million Series B round of funding, local startup VNDLY received an additional $8.5 million investment in May from Seattle-based Madrona Venture Group. June: VNDLY received its third investment
June 3, 2020
ConnXus' platform connects large enterprises with minority and women-owned suppliers.
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