It’s venture capital week in South Florida.
In addition to previously reported rounds raised by cross-border e-commerce startup iguama of Miami, human resources software startup Candidate.Guru of Boca Raton, Miami tech startup Tesser Health and ed-tech startup ClassWallet of Miami (scroll down to read about them), two more companies received funding, according to CB Insights’ daily report.
Aeropost International Services, a Miami-based company in the mail and package forwarding business, closed a $4 million financing round from North Bridge Venture Partners. Its Miami hub in conjunction with partners throughout Latin America and the Caribbean allows the company to provide end-to-end service for the members of its network to receive their packages, internet purchases, mail and logistics services, CB Insights’ report said.
Food business Kitchen22, founded by foodies and also of Miami, raised $800,000 from undisclosed investors. Kitchen22 wants to revitalize the consumer's experience by creating premium and innovative food products, while staying true to pure and simple ingredients.
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Who's been funded? Find an archive of South Florida venture capital-related stories under the Funding category of Starting Gate.