Petal

Petal

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Timeline

Funding rounds

Funding round
Funding type
Funding round amount (USD)
Funding round date
Investment
Petal funding round, January 2019
30,000,000
January 2019
4 Results
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People

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Role
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Andrew Endicott

Founder

Ariana Poursartip

Employee

Cameron Spiller

Employee

carl bartsch

Employee

Chris Cunningham

Investor

David Ehrich

Founder

David T. Han

Employee

Dylan Field

Investor

Everett Knag

Employee

Gaurav Jain

Investor

Greg Arrese

Investor

Henry McNamara

Investor

Jack Arenas

Founder

Jake Yormak

Investor

Jason Gross

Founder

Keith Hamlin

Investor

Kevin Weatherman

Investor

Liza Gordon

Employee

Mark Egerman

Advisor

Namek T. Zu'bi

Investor

Nathan Kane

Employee

Nik Milanović

Employee

Rockman Ha

Employee

Shyam Kodangattil

Employee

Sue Choe

Employee

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News

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Date
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Description
Danny Crichton
September 24, 2020
TechCrunch
Sometimes raising venture capital can be as simple as talking to your existing investor and having them wire over another check. When we last caught up with Petal in January 2019, the startup was hot off its $30 million Series B round and was accelerating its mission to take on the world of credit cards. [...]
December 12, 2019
WebWire
A major study conducted by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute's Prevention and Early Treatment of Acute Lung Injury (PETAL) Network into whether high doses of vitamin D can improve health outcomes for critically ill patients has concluded that such supplements do not reduce mortality or improve other non-fatal outcomes. The results of the Vitamin D to Improve Outcomes by Leveraging Early Treatment (VIOLET) study, which included contributions from over 200 researchers at 44 acade...
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