Sickweather, Three Ring raise funding [Startup Roundup] - Baltimore


Oct. 1, 2014 9:56 am

Sickweather, Three Ring raise funding [Startup Roundup]

Also: find out what you get for working five years at Mindgrub.
The Sickweather team.

The Sickweather team.

(Courtesy photo)


Who’s getting funded?

Sickweather, which uses social media trends to predict illness outbreaks, raised $349,623 in debt, according to an SEC filing. The Windsor Mill company, which recently wrapped a stay at a Kansas City accelerator, is currently seeking a lead investor.

Edtech startup Three Ring sold $1.25 million in equity, according to an SEC filing. The startup moved to downtown Baltimore from New York earlier this year.

Sensics raised $233,844 in debt, according to an SEC filing. The Columbia startup makes virtual reality goggles and other head-mounted displays.


Who’s making moves?

Applications are now open for the next cohort in the Emerging Technology Centers’ AccelerateBaltimoreas Baltimore reported. The accelerator program’s fourth year was funded by a grant from the Abell Foundation.


Who’s getting buzz?

Five-year employees at Locust Point-based mobile developer Mindgrub Technologies get bobbleheads of themselves, the Baltimore Business Journal reports.


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