Weekly Refresh: Rubicon’s New Fund, SmileSnap Raised $500K, and More

May 18, 2020
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Guild Education launched Next Chapter. The Denver company helps employers offer education-based benefits. Its new platform helps workers explore new roles or career paths in industries that are actively hiring. [Built In Colorado]

Atlassian acquired Halp. Boulder-based Halp’s service request software feeds directly into Slack. Atlassian, which owns project management tools like Trello and Jira, will integrate Halp into its suite of offerings. [Built In Colorado]

EdgeMicro raised $5M. The Denver startup builds networks of mini data servers in underserved areas. The new funds will help it build even more. [Built In Colorado]

SmileSnap closed $500K seed round. The Denver-based teledental communications startup provides virtual consultation and communication software to dental and orthodontic practices. It plans to reach 10,000 more dental professionals within the next 18 months. [Built In Colorado]

Rubicon Technology Partners closed Fund III. The private equity investor focuses on enterprise software investments. It closed this fund at over $1.25 billion. [FinSMEs]

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