Bond Vet gets funds from Warburg Pincus and other NYC tech news – New York Business Journal – New York Business Journal

Bond Vet, operator of veterinary care clinics in New York, has received a $170 million investment from Warburg Pincus. 
The company said it plans to use the funding to expand its footprint and invest in equipment, training, culture and technology.
Bond Vet aims to provide a flexible, convenient experience for veterinary care, with clinics providing a wide range of appointment options including pre-scheduled appointments, walk-in visits and telehealth. Its services spans include wellness checkups, traditional GP offerings, as well urgent care such as wound treatment, GI issues and mass removals. 
Bond Vet has treated more than 40,000 pets in the New York City area since it opened in June 2019. The company has locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn, as well as Garden City on Long Island.
Here are other New York-area startup news:
Hibob, the company behind human resources platform ‘bob’, has raised $150 million in Series C funding led by General Atlantic, with participation from existing investors including Bessemer Venture Partners, Battery Ventures, Eight Roads, Entrée Capital and others. As part of the transaction, Anton Levy, co-president, managing director and global head of technology investing at General Atlantic will join the board. This round brings the company’s total investment to $274 million since Hibob was founded in late 2015.
Elliptic, cryptoasset risk management company, has raised $60 million in Series C funding. The round was led by Evolution Equity Partners, alongside new investment from SoftBank Vision Fund 2. Existing investors AlbionVC, Digital Currency Group, Wells Fargo Strategic Capital, SBI Group, Octopus Ventures, SignalFire and Paladin Capital Group also participated.
Beacon Platform Inc., a cloud-based platform for quant development that enables users to build custom trading and risk management applications, has closed a $56 million Series C, led by Warburg Pincus. Blackstone Innovations Investments also invested in this round, with support from existing investors, including Centana Growth Partners, Global Atlantic Financial Group and PIMCO.
E-commerce fulfillment company Ohi completed a $19 million Series A funding round. The funding round was led by New York-based Palm Drive Capital, with participation from Jam Fund, a Los Angeles–based venture capital firm led by internet entrepreneur Justin Mateen. Ohi said it will use the funds to expand its U.S. operations to enable near-instant delivery in 25 markets.
Humming Homes, a technology-enabled home management solution targeting single-family households in suburban markets, has closed a $5.6 million seed raise led by Greycroft with participation from AlleyCorp, Thrive Capital, Sound Ventures, New Valley Ventures and angel investor Abby Miller Levy. The latest funding brings total capital raised to $8.1 million.
Alloy, a telehealth company focused on the healthcare needs of women over 40, has raised $3.3 million seed funding round from venture studio Kairos HQ and Pace Healthcare Capital, as it prepares to launch later this year. The funding will be used to strengthen Alloy’s telehealth network, build out staff and broaden community engagement. The company is currently in beta mode, and expects to launch later this year, with plans to expand its evidence-based offerings in 2022.
E-bike company SWFT, has secured its first round of funding. The startup didn’t disclose the size of the round but said it has $10 million to date, including investments from strategic angel investors Martin Lauber, managing partner of 19 York; Mark Joseph, CEO of Mobitas Advisors, formerly CEO of Transdev; David Zwick, managing director, RedCap Technologies.
Sharp Alpha Advisors has closed on Sharp Alpha Fund I, an oversubscribed $10 million venture capital fund investing in early stage sports betting technology companies. The fund targets initial allocations averaging $250,000 in seed and Series A financings, with plans to provide follow-on support in subsequent rounds. The fund has already deployed capital into 11 startups, including Players’ Lounge, GridRival, PickUp and Prophet.
Arctos Sports Partners, a private investment platform for professional sports franchise owners in major North American leagues and European soccer, has raised more than $2.1 billion for its first flagship fund, Arctos Sports Partners Fund I, which closed with more than $3 billion in regulatory assets under management. Arctos, which launched in April 2020 and has offices in Dallas and New York, has closed 14 investments into the fund, including ownership stakes in Fenway Sports Group, the Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings.
Evolution Equity Partners has closed a new fund and total capital commitments of $400 million to make investments in cybersecurity and enterprise software companies that safeguard the digital world. The Evolution Technology Fund II L.P. will make investments in the range of $10 million to $50 million in early and growth stage companies in cybersecurity and in companies utilizing machine learning, big data and SaaS to build market leading platforms.
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