Corporate venturing deal net: 11-15 February…

Each Friday the Global Corporate Venturing Deal Net rounds up the week’s smaller deals and tracks the emerging companies accessing corporate funds.

Arvelle arrives with $100m

Axovant Sciences has spun out its small molecule team into a startup called Arvelle, which will develop an anti-epileptic drug after raising $100m in external funding.

Go-Jek sets sights on $3bn

Go-Jek is seeking bankers to work on a round already backed by, Google and Tencent that it now aims to close at $3bn.


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Oyo completes $1bn booking
Didi Chuxing has invested $100m in the hotel platform, allowing Oyo to close a $1bn round led by SoftBank Vision Fund and backed by Grab.
Burning Rock fires up $126m series C
Lilly Asia Ventures had contributed to cancer diagnostics technology provider Burning Rock's series C round, which was led by GIC.
GM makes way to Wejo with $25m
General Motors has reportedly purchased a 35% stake in the automotive data sharing platform through a cash and data deal that valued it at $275m.
Vor roars to $42m series A
Novartis and Johnson & Johnson have contributed to a series A round for Vor Biopharma, an oncology drug developer co-founded by PureTech Health.
RapidDeploy gets $12m funding dispatch
Samsung Next and GreatPoint Ventures supplied series A capital for emergency response software provider RapidDeploy, which recently moved from South Africa to the US.
Stripe lines Rapyd's pockets in $40m round
Stripe and General Catalyst co-led the series B round, which reportedly increased the finance management software developer's total funding to $60m.
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