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iUNU

iUNU is a Seattle-based agricultural tech startup founded in 2013.

Overview

iUNU is a Seattle-based agricultural tech startup. The company was founded in 2013 by Pure Blue Technologies' founder and former Amazon project manager, Adam Greenberg. iUNU focuses on building technology for commercial greenhouses, with projects ranging from indoor grow environment consultations to LUNA, the company's AI that allows for autonomous greenhouse monitoring. LUNA enables commercial greenhouse owners to view real-time imagery and analytics for every plant in their facility and can be accessed from anywhere. Additionally, iUNU offers horticulture services and manufactures plant sensors that can identify critical environment conditions in greenhouses.

Acquisition

In August 2021, iUNU purchased CropWalk, a pest-management company founded in 2019.

Funding

iUNU has participated in a total of six funding rounds since its inception. Its most recent round was a $7 million Series A round that closed on December 9, 2020.

Timeline

August 2021
iUNU purchases CropWalk, a pest-management company founded in 2019.
December 9, 2020
iUNU raises a $70,000,000 series A round.
November 10, 2020
iUNU raises a $7,000,000 series A round.
July 2020
iUNU raises a $500,000 convertible note from S2G Ventures.
February 2019
iUNU raises a $7,500,000 venture round from BootstrapLabs and NCT Ventures.
September 2017
iUNU raises a $6,000,000 series A round from Fuel Capital, Initialized Capital, Liquid 2 Ventures, NCT Ventures and Second Avenue Partners.

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Adam Greenberg

Founder

Dustin Shay

Investor

Matt King

Employee

Mike France

Investor

Naveen Jain

Investor

Rob Lalka

Investor

Sen W Lu

Investor

Village Capital

Investor

W. Elliott Burkland

Investor

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