Weekly Refresh: CREXi Raised $30M, Tinder's Safety Measures and More

by Anna Holmquist
January 27, 2020


FloQast raised $40M. Its software for accountants helps them manage books more efficiently. Norwest Venture Partners led the Series C round. [Built In]

CREXi raised $30M. The company offers an online commercial real estate marketplace. Investors included Mitsubishi Estate Company and Prudence Holdings. [TechCrunch]

Tinder announced new safety features. These include verified photos and an easier way to contact authorities in case of emergency. The popular dating app also integrated with Noonlight, a safety app, so users will be able to share a timeline of where and when dates are taking place. [Built In]

VideoAmp hired chief legal and privacy officer. The company's platform optimizes cross-platform video advertising. Industry veteran Andrew Gaudin brings over 30 years of experience to the role. [Variety]

Flowspace hired chief revenue officer. The startup offers a warehousing and fulfillment tech platform. Jerry Kingkade joined as its new executive. [BusinessWire]

Cann gained $5M. The cannabis-infused drink company offers alcohol-free intoxicants. Imaginary led the investment. [TechCrunch]

TigerConnect named new chief technology officer. The company provides a communication and care collaboration platform for the healthcare industry. Tim Goodwin now reports directly to CEO and founder Brad Brooks. [BusinessWire]

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