Across industries, verticals and stages, more than 1,300 VC companies received funding in July 2020. The 10 companies highlighted below operate across multiple industry verticals and emerging spaces, including healthcare, transportation and foodtech. From San Francisco to London and Berlin to Beijing, these startups stretch across the globe and raised a combined $4.61 billion dollars last month.

According to PitchBook data as of August 5, 2020, these are the most-funded venture capital startups from July 2020.

10. VillageMD

Last financing: $275 million
Deal type: Late-stage VC
HQ: Chicago, Illinois

Provider of healthcare management services designed for primary care physicians to maximize success in a changing health care environment. The company provides the tools, technology, operations, and staffing support needed to drive high quality clinical results at lower costs. The company raised $275 million of venture funding in a deal led by Walgreens Boots Alliance on July 8, 2020. Kinnevik also participated in the round.

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9. AUTO1 Group

Last financing: $291.31 million
Deal type: Late-stage VC
HQ: Berlin, Germany

Operator of an online car trading platform intended to buy and sell used cars. The company's online platform offers a wide range of used cars from private sellers, car manufacturers and dealerships, reselling them through its global dealership network at competitive market prices. The company raised $291 million of venture funding in the form of convertible notes in a deal led by Farallon Capital Management and The Baupost Group on July 30, 2020. APES Ventures and other undisclosed investors also participated in the round.

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8. Perfect Day

Last financing: $300 million
Deal type: Late-stage VC, Series C
HQ: Emeryville, California

Developer of animal-free dairy proteins intended to offer the nutritional profile and food functionality similar to proteins found in cow's milk. The company's products are formulated with dairy proteins that are sustainable, vegan, high in protein content, antibiotic-free, cholesterol-free and lactose-free. The company raised $300 million of Series C venture funding in a deal led by Temasek Holdings and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board on July 8, 2020. Horizons Ventures and B37 Ventures also participated in the round.

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7. Karma Kitchen

Last financing: $314.41 million
Deal type: Early-stage VC
HQ: London, United Kingdom

Provider of shared and private kitchen spaces intended for businesses in the food and drink industry to grow and scale. The company’s services include offering workspaces that feature a full range of equipment, kitchen porters and community managers. The company raised $314.41 million of Series A venture funding from OMAKASE Investment Club and Vengrove Asset Management on July 13, 2020.

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6. OfferUp

Last financing: $453.35 million
Deal type: Late-stage VC
HQ: Bellevue, Washington

Operator of an online shopping platform designed to offer a simple way to buy and sell locally. The company's platform provides deals on local products, allows messaging between buyers and sellers and is updated daily. The company raised $453.35 million of venture funding from undisclosed investors on July 15, 2020.

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5. Miss Fresh

Last financing: $495 million
Deal type: Late-stage VC
HQ: Beijing, China

Developer of an application platform designed to offer fresh food to customers across China. The company connects consumers with high quality, fresh vegetables, fruit, meat, eggs, seafood and beverages through their e-commerce platform.

The company raised $495 million of venture funding in a deal led by CICC Capital on July 23, 2020. Tencent Industry Win-Win Fund, Abu Dhabi Capital Group, Goldman Sachs Investment Partners, ICBC International Holdings, Suzhou Changshu Government Industry Fund and Tiger Global Management also participated in the round.

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4. Xpeng

Last financing: $500 million
Deal type: Late-stage VC, Series C1
HQ: Guangzhou, China

Owner and operator of an electric automobile manufacturing company intended to build smart, sustainable electric cars aimed at younger generations of drivers. The company's vehicles include features such as a central touchscreen, advanced driver-assistance systems and “super charging.” The company raised $500 million of Series C+ venture funding from Hillhouse Capital Group, Aspex Management and Sequoia Capital China on July 20, 2020. Coatue Management also participated in the round.

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3. Revolut

Last financing: $580 million
Deal type: Late-stage VC, Series D
HQ: London, United Kingdom

Provider of a mobile foreign exchange and money transferring application designed to help with global money transfer. The company's application compares live exchange rates for multiple currencies, makes transfers directly to other bank accounts, helps its users track and optimize monthly expenses and allows for the buying and selling of cryptocurrencies, enabling consumers to send, spend and exchange money instantly across a secured environment.

The company raised $500 million of venture funding in a deal led by TCV, putting the company's pre-money valuation at $5 billion. Ribbit Capital, FG2 Capital, GP Bullhound, G Squared, UFP Fintech, AdTay Ventures and Bond Capital also participated in the round. TSG Consumer Partners joined the round by contributing an additional $80 million on July 24, 2020.

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2. Robinhood

Last financing: $600 million
Deal type: Late-stage VC, Series F
HQ: Menlo Park, California

Developer of an investment platform intended to help people invest in the stock market. The company's platform offers commission-free trading in stocks, ETFs, options and cryptocurrencies, enabling users to stay informed and conveniently invest in the stock market from their phones or computers.

The company raised $600 million of Series F venture funding in a deal led by Sequoia Capital on July 13, 2020, putting the company's pre-money valuation at $8 billion. TSG Consumer, IVP, Ribbit Capital, New Enterprise Associates, 9Yards Capital, 10X Capital, Unusual Ventures and Pegasus Tech Ventures also participated in the round.

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1. Xingsheng Selected

Last financing: $800 million
Deal type: Late-stage VC, Series C1
HQ: Changsha, China

Provider of an e-commerce retail platform designed to offer food and household products for consumers to purchase. The company provides products such as poultry, dry food and pantry items to consumers through its online platform, enabling consumers to conveniently procure goods.

The company is expected to close on $800 million of Series C+ venture funding in a deal led by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts on July 22, 2020, putting the company's pre-money valuation at $3.2 billion. Tencent Holdings, Sequoia Capital China, Tianyi Venture Capital, Eastern Bell Venture Capital, Capital Today and China Renaissance also participated in the round.

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