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Military Spouse Job Marketplace Instant Teams Makes Move to North Carolina

On the heels of a successful Series A $13 million fundraising round in March led by Tiger Global, tech startup Instant Teams has traded in its unofficial Hawaii headquarters for a piece of the North Carolina tech ecosystem.


Power Moves: Margaret Roth Falzon is now COO at Squadra Ventures

Margaret Roth Falzon has been promoted to chief operating officer of Baltimore venture capital firm Squadra Ventures. She was formally director of portfolio operations at the small but mighty early-stage fund and goes from managing a team of two to a team of seven.

One of Oregon’s fastest-growing companies lands $11M

The Hood River-based company makes imaging systems for piloted and autonomous aircraft. The systems are built with onboard artificial intelligence for search and mapping applications. 

Overwatch raises $11M for airborne imaging systems with built-in artificial intelligence

Overwatch Imaging, an Oregon venture that makes airborne imaging systems for piloted aircraft and drones, has closed on an $11.15 million investment round led by Squadra Ventures and Shield Capital.

How can Baltimore better support its startup founders? Several told us how

Technical.ly invited leaders from the 2022 Baltimore RealLIST Startups roster and the city’s tech sector to discuss these and other questions about local startups’ future. This led us to a virtual discussion that drew from the forward-looking editorial theme of Web3 month.

Cyber startup Sicura wraps seed funding round

Cybersecurity startup Sicura announced yesterday the close of its seed funding round. The money raised will support the Baltimore-based company’s plans to grow its sales, business development and marketing operations through 2022.

Pittsburgh-based BTVC Fund makes its first startup company investment

BTVC Fund, a Pittsburgh-based fund focused on investing in early-stage technology companies throughout the region and in the Midwest, announced it participated in its first investment in a startup company; remote talent marketplace platform Instant Teams, which is headquartered in Rehoboth, Delaware.

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Remote Talent Marketplace Instant Teams Raises $13 Million Series A Led by Tiger Global

Instant Teams, the remote talent marketplace platform that builds and manages remote teams from 26,000+ database of military-connected, remote-certified workers, has today announced it raised a Series A funding round led by Tiger Global. 

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