Quarter 2 in 2014 was huge for Atlanta startups. Take a look at who scored big this Spring.
The online financing corporation that focuses on small businesses scored $50 million in Series D funding.
A cloud-based digital marketing provider, IgnitionOne received $20 million this quarter.
The global integration and data management company raised $15 million.
Damballa is a computer security company focused on advanced cyber threats. In Q2, it raised $13 million.
The mobile media solutions company got $13 million in funding.
The popular anonymous messaging app gained $10 million in new funding.
Brickstream provides behavior intelligence solutions and gained $8.9 million in funding this quarter.
BetterCloud improves the Google Apps experience for IT administrators, end-users, and resellers. It received $8.6 million this quarter.
The cloud-based solutions firm raised $8.2 million in Q2.
Clearside is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing drug therapies to treat chronic eye diseases. It scored $6 million.
The hydroponic produce company received $3.4 million in funding.
The artisan online retailer raised $3 million.
The cloud-based enterprise mobility solutions company received $375,000 in funding.
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