This is a weekly feature that runs down the week’s top 10 funding rounds in the U.S. Check out last week’s entry here.
A very big round for an aggregator of Amazon products led the way in funding this week, but was far from the only large round in the U.S. This week 13 companies raised $200 million or more, with investors increasingly attracted to pharma and biotech.
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1. Thrasio Holdings, $1B, consumer goods: After putting its plans to go public via a SPAC on hold, Boston-based Thrasio Holdings announced the initial closing of a $1 billion Series D. The round was led by Silver Lake alongside existing investor Advent International—which remains Thrasio’s largest shareholder. Other existing investors Upper90, funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management, PEAK6 Investments and Corner Capital also participated. It was just last month,Thrasio—an aggregator of Amazon products—also announced a $650 million debt facility. Founded in 2018, Thrasio has now raised $3.4 billion.
2 (tied). ClickUp, $400M, enterprise software: Everyone is trying to be more productive—especially as many still struggle with the work …