Who’s Getting Funded?
OriGene Technologies, based in Rockville, has closed an equity round of $6,377,442, according to SEC filings. The life sciences company provides molecular biology services and makes products for biotechnology and pharmaceutical research.
Vii Network, based in Columbia, has sold $764,999 in equity of an offered $2,000,000, according to SEC filings. The startup provides video-based learning worldwide in a number of fields, including sports and fitness. Technically Baltimore reported on Vii Network in July 2012.
SurveySnap, based in Columbia, has sold $15,000 in equity of an offered $30,000, according to SEC filings. A member of the 2013 AccelerateBaltimore cohort, SurveySnap’s software digitizes the layout of a building’s interior from the photos a user takes of the building’s inside.
High Street Partners, based in Annapolis, received $8 million in funding this week, the largest investment raised in the company’s history. The business software company employs 185, with 20 of them in Annapolis, according to the Baltimore Sun.
Who’s Making Moves?
Cybersecurity firm Oculis Labs, based in Hunt Valley, is set to release the newest version of its PrivateEye Enterprise for businesses, BmoreMedia reports. PrivateEye is nothing more than a web cam that is reconfigured to recognize an authorized computer user’s face, blurring the computer screen for other people.
BioHealth Innovation, based in Rockville, has launched its Commercial Relevance Program to help life sciences companies in central Maryland “prepare their applications for federal funding awards, such as Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer,” reports the Baltimore Business Journal.-30-
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