Fitness startup Noom logs $15M in new funding

Thornton McEnery

Helping people get fit is helping one Silicon Alley startup get paid.

Chelsea-based Noom, the creator of health care apps that track users’ food intake and exercise, has raised $15.1 million in a new round of funding. A Securities and Exchange Commission filing Jan. 2 states that six investors are participating in the funding round. According to Fortune, seed investor RRE Ventures and TransLink Capital took part in the round, which brings Noom’s total funding to approximately $27.3 million so far. Continued.