Weekly Refresh: Happy Money, Fitplan, Panoramic and More Raise Funding

September 16, 2019
Los Angeles

Happy Money closed a $70 million Series D. The company created a virtual financial coach that uses behavioral psychology to help people learn better financial habits. The company has raised over $140 million total and has a reported valuation of $500 million. [Built In LA]

Panoramic raised $35 million in funding. The company used the funding announcement to exit stealth mode. Panoramic provides analytics tools for marketing data and has worked with some pretty big brands, including Sony, 20th Century Fox and Sweetgreen. [Built In LA]

Q-CTRL raised a $15 million Series A. Q-CTRL is an Australian quantum computing company, but it’ll use the new funding to open an office in LA. [Built In LA]

Fitplan raised $4.5 million in funding. The funding round was led by A-Rod Corp, which is the investment firm of baseball star Alex Rodriguez. Fitplan is a personal training app that gives subscribers customized workouts routines, and Rodriguez announced that he will join Fitplan with his own training plan in addition to being an investor. [Built In LA]

CareerArc partners with Career Star Group to provide career transition services to laid-off employees. Both companies work in HR services, so they are joining forces to provide tools to people that were recently laid off. [Press release]

Rogue Games’ ‘Super Impossible Road’ will be available on Apple Arcade. Apple just announced its new subscription game service launching September 19. LA-based gaming publisher Rogue Games announced that its ‘Super Impossible Road’ will be among the first to be featured on the service. [Press release]

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