Weekly Refresh: Guild Education Raises $157M, Liqid Raises $28M, and More

by Anna Holmquist
November 18, 2019
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AMP Robots gained $16M. They've designed an AI-powered robotics system that is used to sort recyclable materials. The Series A funding will be used to scale and develop new products. [Built In Colorado]

Guild Education raised $157M. The startup helps companies fold education like GED programs, bachelor's and masters degrees into their employee benefits packages. They're now valued at $1 billion. [Built In Colorado]

$16M in new financing raised for Madwire. The tech company is a software and service provider for SMBs. The funds will go toward their expansion and also financed their acquisition of SpaceCraft, a cloud-based web development and management platform. [Businesswire]

Liqid raised $28M. The company makes composable datacenter infrastructure services and solutions. The new funding will be used to grow Liqid through hiring new talent. [VentureBeat]

Ping Identity reported Q3 results. Their platform helps enterprises implement and manage identity-based security with a streamlined UX. In their first results since going public, they reported total revenue of $61.8M and subscription revenue of $57.5M. [Businesswire]

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