Venture Capital Transactions: August 5, 2022 – Small Business Finance News – Small Business News


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Written by Ken Gaebler
Posted: 05/08/2022

Only $400 million in venture financing deals to report today. Enjoy the weekend, and we’ll have more to report on Monday.

Happy Friday! We continue to record more August 2022 venture capital deals in our venture capital deals database.

We’re a little light today, but here are seven interesting venture capital deals that have been made recently.


Aisera secured $90 million in a Series D funding round co-led by Goldman Sachs and Thoma Bravo. Other investors in the round included Icon Ventures, Khosla Ventures, First Round Capital, True Ventures, Menlo Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, Maynard Webb, Ram Shriram and SVB. The company, based in Palo Alto, Calif., offers an automated employee and customer experiences platform.

Arena Technologies

Arena Technologies, which develops autonomous enterprise systems, raised $32 million in growth funding. Goldcrest Capital and Initialized Capital co-led the investment round, with participation from Flexport and Founders Fund. Individual investors in the round included Peter Thiel, David Petraeus and Michael Siebel.

Health at home

Homeward Health, a San Francisco-based rural healthcare company, raised $50 million. Arch Venture Partners and Human Capital have partnered to lead the Series B funding. General Catalyst also invested in the round.


Vietnam-based Nano Technologies landed a $6.4 million seed round. Openspace was the lead investor, with participation from Golden Gate Ventures, Partech, KVision, Tekton Ventures, IT Farma, Sketchnote Partners, TO Ventures, ACE & Company, FEBE Ventures, FJLabs, Venturra and Goodwater Capital. HRTech provides a financial and benefits platform for low-income workers.


Brazilian fintech, a digital bank designed for GenZ teens, has raised $10 million in venture capital. Andreessen Horowitz and Monashees co-led the seed funding round. 17Sigma and Norte Ventures also participated, as well as many individual investors


Parafin has closed its Series B financing, raising $60 million in growth capital. The round was led by GIC with backing from Thrive Capital and Ribbit Capital. San Francisco-based Parafin is a fintech infrastructure startup that helps small businesses meet cash flow needs, invest in growth, and manage their businesses.


Dubai-based Tabby, a BNPL firm, announced that it now has a $150 million credit facility, which it secured from Atalaya Capital Management and Partners for Growth.

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