New in Funding: IPO’s in the air, from Ginkgo Bioworks, to Perfect Day’s pre-IPO raise

New in Funding: IPO’s in the air, from Ginkgo Bioworks, to Perfect Day’s pre-IPO raise

By
Nicola Spalding
October 1, 2021

💰 Boston-based synbio startup Ginkgo Bioworks has gone public on the NYSE, having raised $1.6 billion through a SPAC deal with Soaring Eagle and bringing its estimated value to $15 billion.

Source: Ginkgo Bioworks's IPO


🍦Perfect Day, Inc. raised $350M Series D funding to further expand its business, bringing its total funding to date to $750M, and is now valued at approximately $1.5 billion.

🚜 Vancouver-based agtech Semios secured $100M in late-stage funding to scale its precision agriculture platform and potentially fund more acquisitions.

🌎 Latin American agrifood tech investor SP Ventures closed its latest fund on $41.5M, with contributions from major financial industry players in the region.

🌭 Berkeley-based cellular agriculture company New Age Meats raised $25M Series A funding to begin production of its first products, a variety of pork sausages, in 2022.

🧑‍🌾 Vytelle closed $13.2M Series A funding for its tech platform which allows farmers to more quickly and precisely identify “elite” cattle herd members and speed up genetic advancement.

Source: Vytelle


🤖 US agricultural robotics startup Burro raised $10.9M Series A funding and claims its bots of burden are “the only plug-and-play autonomous people-scale” solution on the market.

💬 Madrid-based Katoo secured €6.2M to further develop its tech platform, designed to optimise the food supply industry and facilitate communication between restaurants and suppliers.

Source: Katoo's founders Karan Anand and Diogo Cunha


🍠 Spudsy closed $3.3M Series A funding for its line of upcycled sweet potato plant-based snacks, and plans to expand into other grocery categories such as frozen food and bread.

📈 Flagship Food Group secured “significant investment” from BlackRock’s Secondaries and Liquidity Solutions group to support its growth and acquisition strategy.

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💰 Boston-based synbio startup Ginkgo Bioworks has gone public on the NYSE, having raised $1.6 billion through a SPAC deal with Soaring Eagle and bringing its estimated value to $15 billion.

Source: Ginkgo Bioworks's IPO


🍦Perfect Day, Inc. raised $350M Series D funding to further expand its business, bringing its total funding to date to $750M, and is now valued at approximately $1.5 billion.

🚜 Vancouver-based agtech Semios secured $100M in late-stage funding to scale its precision agriculture platform and potentially fund more acquisitions.

🌎 Latin American agrifood tech investor SP Ventures closed its latest fund on $41.5M, with contributions from major financial industry players in the region.

🌭 Berkeley-based cellular agriculture company New Age Meats raised $25M Series A funding to begin production of its first products, a variety of pork sausages, in 2022.

🧑‍🌾 Vytelle closed $13.2M Series A funding for its tech platform which allows farmers to more quickly and precisely identify “elite” cattle herd members and speed up genetic advancement.

Source: Vytelle


🤖 US agricultural robotics startup Burro raised $10.9M Series A funding and claims its bots of burden are “the only plug-and-play autonomous people-scale” solution on the market.

💬 Madrid-based Katoo secured €6.2M to further develop its tech platform, designed to optimise the food supply industry and facilitate communication between restaurants and suppliers.

Source: Katoo's founders Karan Anand and Diogo Cunha


🍠 Spudsy closed $3.3M Series A funding for its line of upcycled sweet potato plant-based snacks, and plans to expand into other grocery categories such as frozen food and bread.

📈 Flagship Food Group secured “significant investment” from BlackRock’s Secondaries and Liquidity Solutions group to support its growth and acquisition strategy.

💰 Boston-based synbio startup Ginkgo Bioworks has gone public on the NYSE, having raised $1.6 billion through a SPAC deal with Soaring Eagle and bringing its estimated value to $15 billion.

Source: Ginkgo Bioworks's IPO


🍦Perfect Day, Inc. raised $350M Series D funding to further expand its business, bringing its total funding to date to $750M, and is now valued at approximately $1.5 billion.

🚜 Vancouver-based agtech Semios secured $100M in late-stage funding to scale its precision agriculture platform and potentially fund more acquisitions.

🌎 Latin American agrifood tech investor SP Ventures closed its latest fund on $41.5M, with contributions from major financial industry players in the region.

🌭 Berkeley-based cellular agriculture company New Age Meats raised $25M Series A funding to begin production of its first products, a variety of pork sausages, in 2022.

🧑‍🌾 Vytelle closed $13.2M Series A funding for its tech platform which allows farmers to more quickly and precisely identify “elite” cattle herd members and speed up genetic advancement.

Source: Vytelle


🤖 US agricultural robotics startup Burro raised $10.9M Series A funding and claims its bots of burden are “the only plug-and-play autonomous people-scale” solution on the market.

💬 Madrid-based Katoo secured €6.2M to further develop its tech platform, designed to optimise the food supply industry and facilitate communication between restaurants and suppliers.

Source: Katoo's founders Karan Anand and Diogo Cunha


🍠 Spudsy closed $3.3M Series A funding for its line of upcycled sweet potato plant-based snacks, and plans to expand into other grocery categories such as frozen food and bread.

📈 Flagship Food Group secured “significant investment” from BlackRock’s Secondaries and Liquidity Solutions group to support its growth and acquisition strategy.

💰 Boston-based synbio startup Ginkgo Bioworks has gone public on the NYSE, having raised $1.6 billion through a SPAC deal with Soaring Eagle and bringing its estimated value to $15 billion.

Source: Ginkgo Bioworks's IPO


🍦Perfect Day, Inc. raised $350M Series D funding to further expand its business, bringing its total funding to date to $750M, and is now valued at approximately $1.5 billion.

🚜 Vancouver-based agtech Semios secured $100M in late-stage funding to scale its precision agriculture platform and potentially fund more acquisitions.

🌎 Latin American agrifood tech investor SP Ventures closed its latest fund on $41.5M, with contributions from major financial industry players in the region.

🌭 Berkeley-based cellular agriculture company New Age Meats raised $25M Series A funding to begin production of its first products, a variety of pork sausages, in 2022.

🧑‍🌾 Vytelle closed $13.2M Series A funding for its tech platform which allows farmers to more quickly and precisely identify “elite” cattle herd members and speed up genetic advancement.

Source: Vytelle


🤖 US agricultural robotics startup Burro raised $10.9M Series A funding and claims its bots of burden are “the only plug-and-play autonomous people-scale” solution on the market.

💬 Madrid-based Katoo secured €6.2M to further develop its tech platform, designed to optimise the food supply industry and facilitate communication between restaurants and suppliers.

Source: Katoo's founders Karan Anand and Diogo Cunha


🍠 Spudsy closed $3.3M Series A funding for its line of upcycled sweet potato plant-based snacks, and plans to expand into other grocery categories such as frozen food and bread.

📈 Flagship Food Group secured “significant investment” from BlackRock’s Secondaries and Liquidity Solutions group to support its growth and acquisition strategy.

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