Nerdio Raised $117M, Evertas Got $14M, and More Chicago Tech … – Built In Chicago

As the year comes to a close, Chicago tech companies were busy closing funding rounds last week. Read up on Nerdio’s $117 million raise or learn about the crypto startup looking to insure institutions’ blockchain investments. This is the Built In Chicago Weekly Refresh. 
Nerdio raised $117M. Nerdio is a virtualization management platform the uses Microsoft technologies. Its solutions help IT service providers bring in more clients to Microsoft cloud and minimize Microsoft-related costs. The $117 million Series B round was led by Updata Partners. With the new capital, Nerdio plans to double its headcount over the next year. [Built In Chicago]
Evertas got $14M. Evertas is a blockchain startup that insures institutions’ crypto investments. The company’s $14 million Series A round was led by Polychain Capital and will help expand Evertas underwriting capabilities. Since launching, the Chicago-based startup has raised $19.8 million in funding. [Built In Chicago]
“In recruiting, relationships are everything. Hunt Club is reimagining the recruiting industry by leveraging technology to tap into the power of trusted personal relationships at a time when the search for candidates is more competitive than ever. — Brian Reinken, a partner at WestCap
Hunt Club closed a Series B round. Hunt Club is a recruiting platform that helps tech startups find talent. Last week, it closed a $40 million Series B round co-led by WestCap and Sator Grove. The new funding will fuel Hunt Club’s national expansion and platform upgrades. [Hunt Club]
Cloverpop raised new funding. Cloverpop is an intelligence platform used to assist in enterprise decision-making. It closed a Series A round last week led by Allos Ventures. The dollar amount of the round was not made publicly available but Cloverpop said the funding will be used to expand its go-to-market team. [Newswire]


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