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Temporary Labor marketplace, Nomad Health Raises $34 million

Online healthcare job marketplace startup, Nomad Health announced it has raised $34 million through a combination of new equity and debt financing. The round was led by Icon Ventures with participation from Polaris Partners, RRE Ventures, .406 Ventures, and Silicon Valley Bank. The funding will be used to double its staff and build out its technology. It also plans on opening up a new office in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Recommendation and References company, Crosschq Raises $4.1 Million in Seed financing

Crosschq announced it has raised $4.1 million in seed financing. The funding was led by GGV Capital, with participation from Bessemer Venture Partners and new individual investors Kevin Hartz (co-founder of Eventbrite) and Klay Thompson (Golden State Warriors). The company formally launched the platform in June 2019.

Aussie Recruitment Startup WithYouWithMe Raises $5 million

Aussie HR and recruitment startup WithYouWithMe has raised $5 million. This funding round was led by Perennial Value Management and Alium Capital Management. Launched in 2015, WithYouWithMe was created to help get Australian veterans into the workforce, while also tackling the skills shortage in the tech industry. The funding will be used to ramps up development of its Software-as-a-Service platform and expansion further into the US.

Programmatic recruitment company Recruitics Acquires KRT Marketing

Recruitics announced it acquired recruitment advertising agency, KRT Marketing based in the San Francisco Bay Area. KRT Marketing will operate under the Recruitics brand and keep its company headquarters and regional offices.

Temporary Labor Marketplace Jobble raises $11 million in Series A Funding

Jobble announced today it has closed an $11 million funding round led by Vestigo Ventures and AXA Venture Partners. Guardian Strategic Ventures and Harlem Capital Partners also participated. The company says the funding will be used to expand Jobble’s development team and help build out its sales and marketing efforts with the potential to expand internationally outside the US.