Weekly Refresh: Stoplight Gained $6M, Wheel Rolled Up $13.9M and More

February 3, 2020


Stoplight gained $6M. The company offers an API design management software platform. The Series A funding round brought its total raised to $10 million. [Businesswire]

ArtCraft raised $11.7M. The video game developer's first major game, "Crowfall," has been in development since 2015. The Series A investment will support its official release in 2020. [Built In]

Wheel rolled up $13.9M. The digital healthcare company provides companies with a tech-enabled platform that allows access to virtual care clinicians. It'll use the funds to expand both its reach and operations. [FinSMEs]

MassChallenge Texas announced prizes for startup. The accelerator program offers $750,000 in equity-free cash prizes, six months of free coworking space and more. The deadline to apply is March 9. [Press Release]

QuestionPro moved its HQ to Austin. Formerly located in San Francisco, the company creates online survey and insights software. Cost of living, growing prominence and culture attracted the company to the city. [Silicon Hills News]

Lightspeed Systems appointed new CFO and COO. The ed tech solutions company provides web filtering and reporting products for K-12. Kirk Orgeldinger joined the company in this newly-created dual role. [Business Insider]

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