MOVE Guides, which provides a software-as-a-service platform to help employees relocate, raised $1.8 million in seed funding from Notion Capital and New Enterprise Associates. A number of individuals also participated in the funding round, including Sherry Coutu, Tom Hulme, Sean Park, Dale Murray CBE and Kevin Eyres.
Eventifier, a startup that aggregates and then creates archives of social media content from conferences, raised roughly $500,000 in a seed round from Accel Partners and KAE Capital.
Bloc, an apprentice-based learning platform, raised a $2 million seed financing round lead by Harrison Metal with Baseline Ventures, First Round Capital, and Learn Capital.
EducationSuperHighway, a non-profit aiming to help K-12 schools get connected to high-capacity Internet access, raised $9 million from Startup:Education and The Gates Foundation, along with several other foundations.
Smart home connector Yetu raised $8 million in Series A capital from Bilfinger Venture Capital and KfW.
Trufa, a developer of predictive analytics applications, raised a $4.5 million Series A round led by Accel Partners.
Business analytics company SumAll raised $4 million from Battery Ventures and Wellington Partners, as well as$1 million in debt from Silicon Valley Bank.
Online furniture store Wedo raised a £3 million funding round led by MMC Ventures, with participation from Passion Capital and unnamed private equity investors.
BeSmart, a Russian platform for posting and viewing paid educational and informative content, will receive $4 million over the next three years from Education Matrix.
Clever, provider of a standardized API for K-12 schools, raised $10 million in a round led by Sequoia Capital.
Hoxton Ventures closed Hoxton VenturesFund I,, an early stage venture capital fund investing in European technology companies.
DreamHost, a web hosting and cloud service provider, raised $30 million in debt financing from Goldman Sachs.
Russian Event ticketing company Ticketland raised a $10 million round from iTech Capital.
Social data platform DataSift raised $42 million in Series C funding led by Insight Venture Partners, with participation from Scale Venture Partners, Upfront Ventures, IA Ventures, Northgate Capital, Daher Capital and Cendana Capital.
ZALORA Group, a fashion and beauty online store, secured a $112 round of funding from Access Industries, funds managed by Scopia Capital Management and other institutional investors.
Snapsheet, a self-service mobile application suite for helping insurers reduce the cycle time and cost per claim, raised $10 million in Series B funding
Misfit Wearables, creator of activity tracker called the Shine, raised $15.2 million from Li Ka-shing's Horizons Ventures, Founders Fund, Khosla Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, O'Reilly AlphaTech Ventures, Max Levchin and incTANK.
Antivirus startup PSafe raised a $30 million Series C round from Qihoo 360, along with Redpoint e.ventures and Pinnacle Ventures.
Navabi, an online retailing startup, raised €10 million in funding from Index Ventures and previous investors.
Web optimization tool Monetate raised $8 million in a round led by OpenView Venture Partners, Common Fund and Lead Edge Capital.
Blaze Bioscience, creator of Tumor Paint, which illuminates cancer cells with fluorescent dye, raised $9 million in Series B financing from individual investors, with the majority of funding provided by the company’s Series A investors.
Stem, a provider of advanced energy storage systems, closed a $15 million Series B financing round from Iberdrola, GE Ventures and Angeleno Group.
Industry Ventures, an investment firm focused on providing liquidity for owners of shares in privately-held venture-backed businesses, raised its 7th fund and its largest, $425 million, plus $200 million for its Special Opportunties Fund.
Online home cleaning service Homejoy raised $38 million in two rounds: a Series A led by Google Ventures and a Series B led by Redpoint Ventures, with Google Ventures, Max Levchin, First Round Capital, Oliver Jung, Mike Hirshland, and others also contributing.
ClearDATA Networks, a healthcare cloud computing platform and service provider, closed a $14 million Series B funding round from the Merck Global Health Innovation Fund, Excel Venture Management and Norwest Venture Partners.
Second screen TV startup wywy secured a $7 million series B round from Cipio Partners and others.
Jobs and recruiting platform Glassdoor closed $50 million in financing led by Tiger Global Management with participation from Dragoneer Investment Group, Battery Ventures, Benchmark Capital, DAG Ventures and Sutter Hill Ventures.
Sketchfab, a way to publish, share and embed interactive 3D models online in real-time, raised $2 million from unnamed investors.
Shareable Ink, an enterprise cloud computing company, closed $10.7 million in Series C financing from Lemhi Ventures.
3D Robotics, an open Unmanned Aerial Vehicle company, raised $6 million from Mayfield.