Weekly Refresh: DispatchHealth Raises $135.8M, Marqeta Hiring 100, and More

June 29, 2020
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Todyl raised $2.2M. It offers subscription cybersecurity and network services. Previously NYC-based, the company is also relocating to Denver. TechOperators and Blu Venture Investors led the seed funding. [Built In Colorado]

CoPeace made $1.6M. The impact investing company will accept contributions from investors of all types that want a stake in its portfolio of startups who work to solve public health, education and financial accessibility problems. The investment came from 48 different friend and family investors. [Built In Colorado]

Marqeta to open Denver HQ. The fintech startup offers a card-issuing platform to help businesses with transactions and provide scalable payment solutions. It plans to hire up to 100 people in Denver by the end of 2021. [Built In Colorado]

DispatchHealth gained $135.8M. The Denver startup offers on-demand in-home medical care in 19 different U.S. cities. Optum Ventures led the Series C. [Built In Colorado]

Maxar acquired tech startup from Saab. The Westminster-based aerospace tech company spent $140 million to buy the 3D imagery software company, called Vricon. The deal will close next month. [Denver Business Journal]

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