who’s getting funded?
Ankota, based in Canton, has sold $425,000 in equity of an offered $2,000,000, according to SEC filings. The health IT company develops a “Healthcare Delivery Management” solution for making home health care that’s cheaper and easier to administer.
Neuralstem, Inc., based in Rockville, has closed an equity and debt round of $1,778,000, according to SEC filings. The biotech company “enables the ability to produce neural stem cells of the human brain and spinal cord in commercial quantities,” according to its website.
Lookingglass Cyber Solutions, based in Canton, has sold $7,451,650 in equity of an offered $9,926,650, according to SEC filings. The cybersecurity company develops the Cyber Threat Intelligence Monitoring and Management Platform to help companies identify emerging cyber threats.
who’s making moves?
The Federal Hill-based EdTech-focused Digital Harbor Foundation, which Technically Baltimore has covered extensively, is now officially a nonprofit, “having received its official 501(c)(3) determination letter from the IRS in March.”
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