Weekly refresh: Cengage’s new Boston crib, and a GenZ mental health app

by Sophie Kalt
July 15, 2019
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photo via cengage

Cengage has a massive new crib. The education technology company is moving its 600-person team to the Seaport’s Pier 4 in downtown Boston, and it's looking to bring on 60 more. The new space comes equipped with an 80-person conference room and a rooftop terrace overlooking the harbor. [Built In Boston]

Signavio raised a whopping $177 million. The Berlin-based company has over 1 million users across 1,300 businesses, including Deloitte and Comcast-NBCUniversal. Signavio plans to use the funding to invest in its software and expand its customer base. [Built In Boston]

Nebulous raised $3.25 million to develop Sia, a cloud storage platform. Sia aims to compete with bigger tech giants by offering a more affordable cloud marketplace. The round was led by Bain Capital Ventures. [Press Release]

Gen Z-focused mental health platform :betr, to officially launch in September. The site and app will create positive content aimed at a young, depressed generation. There will be offices in Boston and New York City. [Built In Boston]

Nasuni has a new chief marketing officer. The cloud storage company announced David Grant, who was previously senior vice president of global marketing at Veeam Software, will fill the position. [Press Release

Activ Surgical announces new board members. The medical device company that focuses on improving surgical precision and patient outcomes named Emily Casey and Ashok Krishnamurthi board members. [Press Release]

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