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Scribe, a San Francisco-based startup that generates step-by-step guides for any task, landed $22 million in Series A funding, along with a previously unannounced $8 million seed round. The Series A portion was led by Tiger Global Management, with additional participation from Amplify Partners, Haystack Ventures, XYZ Ventures, AME Cloud Ventures, Morado Ventures and Sweat Equity Ventures. Mike Dauber, general partner at Amplify Partners, will join Scribe's board.

Hofy, a London-based platform that enables companies to provide and manage physical equipment for remote employees, launched out of stealth with $15.2 million in funding from Stride.VC, Kindred Capital, TrueSight Ventures, Day One Ventures and others.

Navina, an AI-powered clinical platform for primary care, fetched $15 million in Series A funding led by Vertex Ventures Israel., a San Francisco-based no-code e-commerce platform, snagged a $14 million investment from Greylock Partners, Imaginary Ventures and others.

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October 19, 2021 09:22 ET (13:22 GMT)

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