3 Vancouver Companies Get Funding This Week
Some great news this week as three well known Vancouver startups closed on some big funding rounds.
Terramera, the Vancouver-based biotech company which helps produce cleaner alternatives to chemical pesticides, closed $60 million (Canadian) in series A financing.
Here’s their announcement on Twitter.
Have you heard the news? Terramera has raised $45M in Series B financing and added @CarlCasale to its Board of Directors and appointed @JeffBooth as Board Chair. Read the full release via @TechCrunch: https://t.co/E10NYmlbd8#Agtech #FutureofFood #FutureofAgriculture
— Terramera (@terramera) September 8, 2019
Clio, the Burnaby-based producer of legal practice management software, closed $330 million (Canadian) in series D financing.
We’re transforming the practice of law, for good—and our $250 million Series D funding will help us do it.
Learn more: https://t.co/B9yfCu3vJ8 pic.twitter.com/4fEiXBAVi7
— Clio (@goclio) September 4, 2019
ePACT Network, the North Vancouver company which makes an emergency network platform, closed $4.5 million in series A financing.
ANNOUNCEMENT: We’re thrilled to share news of our Series A funding with @DisruptionVC and Yaletown Partners. This helps ePACT continue to reach community organizations across North America, providing them with an on-demand, up-to-date e-network solution: https://t.co/KdaJBflW2N
— ePACT Network (@ePACTnetwork) September 5, 2019
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