Sundays for Dogs
$13.2M – funding according to a recent SEC filing
Sundays for Dogs, a ready-to-eat human-grade dog food brand, has raised $13.2M in funding according to a recent SEC filing. The filing indicates that the total offering is for $24M and there were four investors in this close. Founded by Michael Waxman and Tory Waxman in 2017, Sundays for Dogs has now raised a total of $23.2M in reported equity funding.
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$2.7M – funding according to a recent SEC filing
Inspiren, the patient care monitoring system for nursing that uses computer vision and automation, has raised $2.7M in funding according to a recent SEC filing. The filing indicates that the total offering is for $3.1M and there were seven investors in this close. Founded by Michael Wang, Paul Coyne, and Vincent Cocito in 2016, Inspiren has now raised a total of $7.7M in reported equity funding.