Direct-to-consumer beverage brand Dirty Lemon Beverages has raised $15M in additional funding from The Coca-Cola Company. Dirty Lemon was founded by Zak Normandin in 2015 and has now raised a total of $15.1M in reported funding. 2019 NYC TECH INFLUENCERS NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN CoverUS $360K – SAFE Note The AlleyWatch NYC Startup Daily Funding Report: 12/21/18 by AlleyWatch “It’s that time again. Nominations are now open for AlleyWatch’s 2019 NYC Tech Influencers feature. Know someone amazing who belongs on this list? Nominate them today here. Nominations open until 13/15. Looking to drive targeted response from the NYC Tech community at scale, learn more about partnering with AlleyWatch on this initiative here” Dirty Lemon Beverages $15M The latest venture capital, seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 12/21/18 featuring funding details for Dirty Lemon Beverages, CoverUS, and Inhouse. This page will be updated throughout the day to reflect any new fundings.PREVIOUS POSTNEXT POST INHOUSE, the membership club for restaurant aficionados, has raised an additional $2M in equity funding according to a recent SEC filing. The filing indicates that there was one participant in the round. Benjamin Leibowitz is listed as an Executive and Director in the filing. Tagged With: Andrew Hoppin, Benjamin Leibowitz, Christopher Sealey, CoverUS, Dirty Lemon Beverages, INHOUSE, Zak Normandin INHOUSE $2M 251SHARESFacebookTwitterLinkedin CoverUS, the blockchain-based startup that allows people to monetize their health data, has raised $360K in funding in the form of a SAFE note according to a recent SEC filing. The filing indicates that there were six participants in this round. CoverUS was founded in April of 2018 by Andrew Hoppin and Christopher Sealey.