3D printing developer Carbon raised a new round reaching $260m and featuring corporate backers from different sectors.
Each Friday the Global Corporate Venturing Deal Net rounds up the week’s smaller deals and tracks the emerging companies accessing corporate funds.
Itochu Technology Ventures, Dai-ichi Life, Mizuho Capital and Mori Trust have contributed to a $20m round that increased the medical access app developer’s total funding to nearly $39m.
Aviation Industry Corporation of China and GF Securities took part in the anti-theft and fraud software developer's latest round, which was in the eight figures.
Jera-backed solar and wind power developer ReNew Power has secured three $100m commitments by existing investors Goldman Sachs, ADIA and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board.
The nano medicine technology developer received $11.2m in a Mandatum Life and Ilmarinen-backed round.
Ally Financial has once again invested in Hearst Ventures-backed video streaming technology provider MobiTV, which has now raised about $215m in total.
Spinal cord stimulation device manufacturer Saluda Medical won the support of Boston Scientific for a round that took its total funding past $125m.
Personal development app Degreed, a 2013 graduate from Kaplan’s Edtech accelerator, secured $35m in equity funding as part of the round.
Sanofi, Kaiser Permanente, Providence Health & Services and Cigna all chipped in to help bring digital behavioural treatment developer Omada's total funding to $200m.