Glassbeam will supply its data and predictive analytics technology to MR systems manufactured by Phantom Healthcare in India. The company will use Glassbeam Clinsights to monitor MR machines at 100 sites across the country. The deal is the first time that Glassbeam has agreed to supply its technology to an international partner to monitor installations outside of the U.S.
There’s coming hard out of the gates with a new company, and then there’s Sweep. The company was founded in 2020, then raised a $22 million Series A round a few months ago, following by a $73 million Series B round announced today. The company swept in with a platform for carbon emissions management.
Sweep, a Paris, France-based carbon management platform for large enterprises, raised $73m in Series B funding.The round was led by Coatue with participation Tony Fadell’s Future Shape fund, and existing investors Balderton Capital, New Wave (backed by Xavier Niel and Peter Fenton), La Famiglia and 2050 (founded by Marie Ekeland).
There’s coming hard out of the gates with a new company, and then there’s Sweep. The company was founded in 2020, then raised a $22 million Series A round a few months ago, following by a $73 million Series B round announced today. The company swept in with a platform for carbon emissions management
Environmental sustainability is top of mind for business leaders around the world. In a global effort to fight climate change, for example, enterprises like FedEx, Amazon and Walmart have even pledged to become carbon neutral by 2040.
Incognia is turning its attention from Onboarding to Authentication with the release of the second part of its Crypto Mobile App Friction Report. Part one arrived in February, and found that the majority of cryptocurrency platforms were not taking adequate steps to verify someone’s identity during the onboarding process.
According to data from social media management company Hootsuite, total online mentions related to “Bridgerton” season 1 — which debuted December 25, 2020 — totaled 261,379 between November 2, 2020 and December 28, 2020.
Insider recently undertook a search for human-resources leaders executing the most creative and ambitious plans for their companies.
For a third year in a row, we asked our readers to tell us about HR stars. Then, we picked 25 who really impressed us. We looked for execs who bettered their companies through new policies regarding worker safety and wellness amid the pandemic, the “Great Resignation,” and louder calls for diversity and inclusion.
With the rise in remote and hybrid work, a term is getting bandied around a lot more in management circles: hybrid equity. No, it has nothing to do with the distribution of investments in your 401(k). Rather, it means that a company ensures its employees — whether they’re working from home or in the physical office — are on equal footing when it comes to productivity, responsibility, and opportunity.
ConsenSys Software Inc., a fast-growing blockchain startup focused primarily on the Ethereum ecosystem, today announced that it has raised $450 million in funding at a valuation exceeding $7 billion.
The investment was led by ParaFi Capital with participation from Microsoft Corp., SoftBank Group Corp. and more than a half-dozen others. ConsenSys’ latest funding round reportedly comes a few weeks after the startup drew scrutiny over a 2020 change to its organizational structure. Earlier, ConsenSys raised $200 million as part of a funding round announced in November.