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A local data management platform company lands fresh funding to help commercial real estate owners reduce carbon footprint, while one Los Angeles-based venture firm closes its second fund to accelerate the growth of emerging companies across health, wellness, beauty and personal care.


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Evan Xie

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Compared to other California counties, LA is doing a bit better than expected when it comes to investing in startups. That’s according to Carta, a San Francisco-based cap table management company that digitizes and manages equity investments for startups, that recently conducted a survey of its data to see which areas of the U.S. are hardest hit by the venture funding slump.