Weekly Refresh: Veros Systems Made $2.2M, TeleVet Got $5M, and More

by Anna Holmquist
June 15, 2020
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Black tech ethicist shared thoughts on next steps. Will Griffin, of Hypergiant, works with the Notley Ventures nonprofit to help seek out black talent for the city’s startups. He thinks VC and tech companies should make public hiring and funding commitments so they can be held accountable. [Built In Austin]

Tso Chinese Delivery raised $2M. This foodtech company offers delivery and takeout of Chinese-American classics. It’ll use the funds for new tech features and to open a third location. [Built In Austin]

TeleVet gained $5M. The startup offers a platform where vets can help pets virtually. Mercury Fund led the round. [Built In Austin]

Veros Systems made $2.2M. The industrial artificial intelligence company uses electrical data to monitor the health and performance of machinery. Shell Ventures led the Series C round. [PRNewswire]

SparkCognition partnered with Siemens. It created a cybersecurity system called DeepArmor Industrial, which is meant to to protect endpoint, or remote, operational technology. It specifically focuses on the energy industry. [PRNewswire]

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