Bennett Dorrance Family Office has backed a logistics management startup called INLT. The family office was one of seven investors backing the Los Angeles-based startup with a $1 million seed round.
Point72 Ventures, the venture part of Steven Cohen’s family office Point72, has backed a technology platform called Say with an $8 million seed round with four other investors.
Mid-West family investment group LDI has acquired manufacturer Polygon. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.
Omidyar Network, the family office of Pierre and Pam Omidyar, has backed an online teaching platform called Vedantu. Omidyar was one of two backers providing a Series B funding round worth $5 million for the Indian-based startup. Omidyar has also backed another Indian startup called Kaleidofin with a seed round worth $2.5 million with two other investors.
Kapor Capital, a California-based family office, has backed an educational startup called BookNook. Kapor was one seven investors backing the venture with $2 million in a seed round.
RB Investments, a Singapore family office, has backed an Indian food startup called in a Series A funding round worth $4 million. RB Investments was one of three investors in the startup.
Solon Mack Capital, a US family office, has backed a health group called Constellation Pharmaceuticals, with $100 million in funding. The family office was one of 16 investors providing the funds.
Wecken & Cie, a Swiss family office, has backed German software group Jedox. Wecken was one three backers providing €20 million in funding.
The Wolfson Group, a New York City based family office, has backed a commercial property startup called Knotel. The family office was one five backers providing $70 million in a Series B funding round.
US family office Winklevoss Capital is one of five investors backing Koio, a sneaker brand. Winklevoss committed $3 million with four other investors to the US-based startup.
Belgian family investment group Korys has backed a biotech startup called Mimetas. Korys was one of six backers in a Series B round worth $20.5 million for the Dutch startup.
French billionaire businessman and venture capitalist Xavier Niel has backed a digital health insurance platform called Alan. Neil was one of five backers for the Series A funding round worth $28.3 million for the French startup.