/Daily funding roundup – March 28th, 2019

Daily funding roundup – March 28th, 2019

EnsureDR raised $2.5M, Zamna landed $5M; Own Up secured $8.5M; Sensely picks up $15M

EnsureDR: EnsureDR makes disaster recovery readiness software. EnsureDR has raised $2.5 million in Series A funding led by Awz Ventures. Read more

Zamna: Zamna has built a GDPR-compliant identity platform for the aviation industry. Zamna has raised $5 million in seed funding co-led by LocalGlobe and Oxford Capital. Read more

Own Up: Own Up invites promises users a high-touch service if they connect with its team of online mortgage brokers. Own Up has raised $8.5 million in Series A funding. Link Ventures led the round. Read more

Young Alfred: Young Alfred is a home insurance marketplace. Young Alfred has raised $10 million in Series A funding led by Gradient Ventures, with participation from Pear Ventures, ERA, and Newfund Capital. Read more

Sensely: Sensely is a chatbot that helps users navigate insurance benefits. Sensely has raised $15 million led by Aflac Corporate Ventures, with participation from NMC, Nippon Life Insurance Company, Susquehanna International Group, Sojitz Corporation, Zuelling Pharma and Silicon Valley Bank. Read more

1906: 1906 is a  cannabis brand that makes a wide variety of edibles. 1906 has raised $18 million in funding led by Navy Capital. Read more

Duffel: Duffel connects travel agencies with airline reservation systems. Duffel has raised $30 million in Series B funding led by Index Ventures, with participation from earlier backers Benchmark and Blossom Capital. Read more 

ShiraTronics: ShiraTronics is a medical device company working on a migraine treatment. ShiraTronics raised $33 million in Series A funding. USVP, Amzak Health and Strategic HealthCare Investment Partners led the round, joined by Aperture Ventures and LivaNova. Read more 

Choco: Choco is a mobile ordering platform for restaurants and their suppliers. Choco has raised $33.5 million in Series A funding by Bessemer Venture Partners. Read more

Aviatrix: Aviatrix is a software that allows companies to build hybrid clouds. Aviatrix raised $40 million in Series C funding. Read more

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