Golden Seeds News

News of interest to entrepreneurs and investors

Golden Seeds company Tivic Health announces pricing of Initial Public Offering. Huge congratulations to Jennifer Ernst and her entire team on this amazing accomplishment. See press release here.


Congratulations to the 27 women founders selected as an EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women™ North America Class of 2021, including Julia Hu, founder Golden Seeds company Lark Health.
See the full list of founders here.


Golden Seeds salutes Cognition Therapeutics’ remarkable success, acknowledges the many hurdles they’ve overcome to get here and celebrates what this IPO means for all women-led businesses. Read about the company’s path to IPO in our latest blog post.


Check out recent exits, IPO news and notable fundings of Golden Seeds companies here.


NAACP has joined Golden Seeds company Hello Alice as part owner to guide their strategy & impact for Small Business Owners. See more here.


BentoBox has been acquired by Fiserv, a leading global provider of payments and financial services technology solutions. BentoBox provides a robust platform that includes website design, online ordering and marketing tools, all built with the goal of driving growth and engagement for restaurants and their diners. Congratulations to CEO Krystle Mobayeni and her terrific team on this accomplishment. Read more here.


Golden Seeds company Lark Health announced their closing of a $100M Series D round led by Deerfield Management. This is a huge milestone for Lark Health, Julia Hu and the entire team for achieving an accessible healthcare experience for people managing chronic conditions. Read more here.


Golden Seeds company Tempo Automation has announced that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement with ACE, a special-purpose acquisition company. We are immensely proud of Joy Weiss and the entire team for leading this company public. See more about this transaction here


We recently announced an incredible milestone here at Golden Seeds: Forbes has an inside look at our path to raising $150M for women entrepreneurs and our goal to change the investment landscape for women. In our 17 years, we have backed 200 companies – like Oculogica – which have gone on to raise an additional $1.5 billion in capital. Read more here.