Archive for January, 2024

North Texas-Based Raises $7.5M for Its Drones & AI-Based ‘Modernized Roofing’

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Raising the roof, and raising a seed round …, a Dallas-based AI company that relocated to Dallas from San Francisco in 2022, raised $7.5 million in seed money from Mucher Capital, with participation from Soma Capital, HF0, Asymmetric Capital

UpSmith Powers Its New Skilled Workforce Tool ‘Boost’ With $5M Raise

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A Dallas-based startup aimed at curbing skilled labor shortages in trades businesses announced a $5 million capital raise. UpSmith wants to help fill more than 1.3 million openings in construction and manufacturing, “We can source, screen, train, and deploy a

Dallas-based Legal AI Startup Raises $100K

Posted by admin, an AI legal tech startup in Dallas, that promises to streamline the document review process, raised $100 thousand in angel funding from Payment Ventures. Raises $100K in Angel Funding (

Dallas’ CheckSammy Gets $45M Strategic Investment to Expand Waste Diversion from Landfills

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CheckSammy, a nationwide provider of on-demand, same-day bulk waste removal and bespoke sustainability services based in Dallas, announced a $45 million strategic investment. Squared Capital, with Zero Infinity Partners led the equity round. CheckSammy also entered a growth capital and

Optym Announces Investment from Venture 53

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Optym, a Dallas-based company that provides software solutions to the transportation industry to improve efficiency, received a strategic investment from Venture 53 – an industry-focused transportation and logistics fund.

Venture 53 Announces Strategic Investment in Optym

Dallas Fintech CollateralEdge Gets Strategic Investment from New York Investment Firm

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Dallas-based fintech, Collateral Edge, received investment from Phalanx Impact partners. The company focuses on addressing the challenges that small and middle-market businesses face in securing debt financing. The company is industry agnostic and can support loans as small as $250,000.