Digital Platform OnlineMedEd gets $20M for health e-learning

Digital health care learning platform OnlineMedEd brought in $20 million in a growth round led by Lumos Capital Group. The Austin-based company will use the funds to expand its content for a broader audience of health care providers.

ThreatQuotient, developer of a platform for companies to investigate incidents through automation and data analysis, closed on $22.5 million in a new round of debt and equity funding. The Reston, Virginia-based company is looking to grow more than 50 percent this year while adding new products to its offering.

Digital Platform OnlineMedEd gets $20M for health e-learning

The alcohol e-commerce market has seen some big funding and M&A activity this year. But analysts see more growth ahead, forecasting alcohol e-commerce in the U.S. and nine other core global markets to exceed $40 billion by 2024. We look at major investors and funding recipients.

Smart-hearing aid startup Olive Union closed on $7 million in Series B funding led by Beyond Next Ventures, Bonds Investment Group and Japan Policy Finance Corp. The Japan-based startup is working to slow or prevent further hearing loss through new digital therapeutics for tinnitus and overall hearing health.

Atlanta-based Genius Guild, an upstart firm focused on supporting Black entrepreneurs, has emerged from stealth with more than $5 million in investments from venture firms and individuals. The new firm is the brainchild of entrepreneur and investor Kathryn Finney.

[Source : Crunchbase]