Weekly Refresh: Workbox Raised $1M, Relativity’s CPS Tech Grant, and More

by Anna Holmquist
July 20, 2020
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GoHealth raised $913M in massive IPO. After setting its IPO price at $21 per share, it made the money through the sale of 4.6 million shares. This brought the insurtech startup’s valuation to about $6.6 billion. [Built In Chicago]

Cohesion raised $6.5M. It’s a smart building startup. Hyde Park Angels led the seed round. Citadel founder and CEO Ken Griffin also participated in the round. [Built In Chicago]

Relativity awarded $100,000 tech grant to Chicago Public Schools. Lake View High School and Corliss High School both received $50,000 grants. Relativity is a legal and compliance technology company. [PRNewswire]

Enduvo gained $4M. Its AR/VR experiences creator lets organizations build out experiences quickly with no code. MATH Venture Partners led the round. [Built In Chicago]

TeleTeachers raised $2.7M. This online education startup is specifically for children with disabilities. Seyen Capital’s senior managing director George Spencer and Archipelago Holdings founder Jerry Putnam led the round. [Built In Chicago]

Workbox closed on $1M. The co-working accelerator launched in 2019. It’ll use the seed funding to expand to a second location, strengthen sales and invest in new tech. [Chicago Business Journal]

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