Weekly Refresh: Credit Key Raised $33M, Encantos Got $5.7M, and More

November 23, 2020
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Everytable raised $16M. It created a network of grab-and-go storefronts that provide nutritious meals at a price akin to fast-food chains. The company plans to open 50 stores over the next three years. [Built In LA]

Credit Key got $33M. Greycroft, Bonfire Ventures, Loeb.nyc and more contributed funding for the LA-based payment and lending company, which helps small businesses offer point-of-sale financing on their e-commerce platforms. [TechCrunch]

Queens Gaming Collective launched with $1.5M. The women-led gaming lifestyle company just launched from stealth. Bitkraft Ventures led the seed funding round. [Built In LA]

28 LA companies made the Fast 500 list. Deloitte released its 2020 Technology Fast 500 list. Traliant topped the list for the city, ranking 13th overall. [Built In LA]

Encantos raised $5.7M in seed funding. The Culver City edtech startup offers digital and physical learning products tailored to young children. The round was led by Precursor Ventures. [FinSMEs]

Shred gained $4M. The fitness app provides personalized training programs, coaching and tracking. The funds will go toward the launch of its new video streaming platform. [Built In LA]

Tencent Music Entertainment partnered with Wave. Virtual concert platform Wave will bring its shows to China through the partnership. The company raised a $30 million Series B round from investors including Alex Rodriguez and Scooter Braun in June. [TechCrunch]

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