Everyday I troll SEC Form D Filings to discover new startups, fundings and investments. I put everything I find into CrunchBase.
In case you do not check CrunchBase.com religiously you can also get the funding information at our funding twitter account.
For everyone else I give you the daily digest, a quick hit of the latest and greatest SEC Form D filings in the TechCrunch sphere:
JAGTAG has developed proprietary 2D barcodes that can be used by anyone with MMS and a camera on their phone. Sister-site MobileCrunch covered JAGTAG back in September when it launched support for its technology over Twitter. The company raised $3.6 million in equity from as yet unknown investors. The round was opened in September by the Princeton, NJ based company founded in 2007.
Onewire is a career management tool specifically targeting the financial industry. The company raised $10.1 million in a round opened on December 2 from as yet unknown investors. OneWire is based in New York City and was founded in 2007.
SimpleGeo provides business solutions for location-based services. The funding is not new, MG covered it at the end of November here. The company raised $1.5 million from some big names. TechCrunch has covered SimpleGeo a number of times you can find our complete coverage here.
Millennial Media’s filing is another funding that has already been made public. It was originally covered by paidContent here. The company raised a $16 million series C round led by new investor New Enterprise Associates with the continued support of Bessemer Venture Partners, Columbia Capital and Charles River Ventures. Concurrent with the funding NEA’s Patrick Kerins joined the Board of Directors. Millennial is a mobile media network, they deliver to nearly %80 of the US mobile audience via their network.