The workplace collaboration tool Slack has secured $160 million from Horizon Ventures, DST Global, Index Ventures, Spark Capital, and Institutional Venture Partners, with additional participation coming from returning backers Andreessen Horowitz, Google Ventures, Kleiner Perkins, and The Social + Capital Partnership. The company now has a post-money valuation of $2.8 billion.
Hello Alfred, a mobile app service that employs contract workers to run errands for users, has raised $10.5 million in Series A financing. The round was led by New Enterprise Associates and Spark Capital, with additional funding coming from Sherpa Ventures and CrunchFund. The service requires a $99 per month membership fee, and comes with a personal “Alfred” assigned to manage chores like grocery delivery. Hello Alfred is currently operational in Boston and New York, and will use the financing to fuel its move into San Francisco in the coming months. The announcement comes just after NEA closed a new $2.8 billion fund, the largest amount ever raised by a VC firm.
Data integration company Bedrock Data has raised $3.1 million led by .406 Ventures, with additional participation from Maiden Lane Ventures and Boston Syndicates. The Boston-based company, which focuses on selling to small and medium sized enterprises, was founded by former HubSpot employees.
Acorns, a commission-free “micro-investing” app that assembles a user’s investment portfolio by linking to a debit or credit card and rounding up whenever a purchase is made, has raised $23 million from Math Venture Partners, Garland Capital Group, and Sound Ventures. The Newport Beach, Calif.-based company was co-founded by Walter and Jeff Cruttenden, who are also father and son.
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In-store analytics platform RetailNext has raised $125 million in a round led by Activant Capital Group. Activant was joined by a host of strategic investors, including Qualcomm Ventures, American Express Ventures, and Nokia Growth Partners. The San Jose, Calif.-based company has now raised $185 million and claims to be adding 1000 new stores to its platform each month.
Ninebot, a Beijing-based transportation robotics company, has secured $80 million in venture financing from Sequoia Capital, Xiaomi, and the Shunwei Foundation.