Sentinel Labs, which detects cyber-security threats in real time, raised $2.5 million in seed funding from Data Collective, Granite Hill Capital Partners, Accel Partners and several other angel investors.
WillCall, which curates a list of the best shows happening in a given city, raised $1.2 million from Sean Parker, Coran Capshaw, Bruce Flohr, John Frankenheimer, SV Angel, Joe Gebbia, Oliver Luckett, Oliver Jung, and others.
Cloud hosting service DigitalOcean raised $3.2 million led by IA Ventures, with CrunchFund and TechStars participating.
Foap, a Swedish mobile photography startup, closed a $1.5 million funding round from Swedish VC Industrifonden and Maxwell Ventures.
Australian recruitment start-up RecruitLoop closed a $500,000 seed round from The Untitled VC, Todd Forest, and a recruiter.
Mover, a startup that allows for migrating data between cloud storage providers, raised a $1 million seed round from Double M Partners, Yaletown Venture Partners, Amplify, Medra Capital, and angel investors Jarl Mohn, Rick Barry of Quant Ventures, and Dennis Phelps.
Nestivity, a company that helps brands engage more effectively with their followers on Twitter, $1 million in seed financing from unnamed investors.
Just Be Friends, an interactive social education platform, raised $650,000 in seed-stage funding from by private investors, the Southern Interior Development Initiative Trust, and the National Research Council of Canada.
60GHz wireless specialist Blu Wireless closed a $3.1 million (£2 million) funding round led by Qi3 Accelerator, who represented a syndicate of over $1.5 million (£1 million) of London Business Angels private investors, including Wren Capital. A further $0.9 million (£0.6 million) was invested by the Angel Co-Fund, and several additional investors made up the remainder.
Glow, the fertility tracking iOS app co-founded by Max Levchin, debuted with $6 million from Founders Fund and Andreessen Horowitz.
Photo-sharing platform 500px raised $8.8 million in Series A funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Harrison Metal, Creative Artists Agency, Rugged Ventures, Dustin Plett and ff Venture Capital.
Sensor Tower, a marketing solution for mobile companies, raised $1 million led by Rembrandt Ventures, along with Merus Capital, Bertelsmann Digital Media Investments, Pejman Nozad, Mar Hershenson, Ariel Poler and Maneesh Arora.
Engagor, a platform for real-time customer engagement, social media monitoring and analytics, raised $2.6 million in Series A funding led by Hummingbird Ventures.
Maxwell Health, a human resources platform that manages benefits and promotes employee health, raised a $2 million Series A funding round led by Tribeca Venture Partners, with participation from Lerer Ventures, Vaizra Investments, BoxGroup, and additional New York and Boston-based investors, including TiE Angels.
Dragon Innovation, a manufacturing services firm, closed a $2.3 million round of financing led byFlybridge Capital Partners and Foundry Group, with additional backing from The Box Group,Lerer Ventures and Undercurrent Ventures.
UrbanBound, a web-based relocation platform, secured $5 million in venture funding led by Grotech Ventures with participation from StarVest Partners.
Video creation app Videolicious raised $2.25 million in a round led by Venture51 and Social Leverage, along with Joanne Wilson, Trestle Ventures, Quotidian Ventures, Washington Post Company, Amazon.com, and the Knight Foundation.
Web and mobile testing company SOASTA raised $30 million in Series E funding from Macquarie Capital, ROTH Capital, Canaan Partners, Formative Ventures and Pelion Venture Partners.
Content delivery network Highwinds closed a new $205 million debt financing transaction with Cerberus Business Finance and Goldman Sachs BDC, and General Catalyst Partners serving as private equity sponsor.
Consumer taxi app GetTaxi raised a $12 million Series C funding round led by European fund Kreos Capital with participation from existing investors.
HotelUrbano, which offers hotel bookings and vacation packages in 35,000 destinations, raised a $20 Series C round led by Insight Venture Partners.
LendKey, a cloud-based lending technology company raised $12.5 million in Series B venture funding led by Updata Partners and TTV Capital, as well as Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Gotham Ventures.
ClearDATA Networks, a healthcare cloud computing platform and service provider, secured $7 million in Series B funding from Norwest Venture Partners (NVP) and Excel Venture Management.
E-gifting startup Clutch closed a $5.3 million Series B round led by Safeguard Scientifics. Ben Franklin Technology Partners also contributed to the round.
Semiconductor company eASIC raised a strategic investment from Seagate Technology. The amount of the investment was not disclosed.