Moov, Tipalti, Magic Leap, Cazena, Telcare, Xplenty, Flint Mobile, STAQ, Bitnet, Boostable, KnowRe
La Belle Assiette, a French marketplace for private chefs, raised $1.7 million (€1.3 million) from Nicolas Brusson, Thibaud Elzière, Nicolas Bourdin, the founders of l’Atelier des Chefs, Kima Ventures, Xavier Niel and Jeremie Berrebi.
Boostable, a platform for advertising sellers on marketplaces, raised $3.2 million in seed funding from Morado Ventures, Omidyar Network, and SV Angel.
CloudCannon, a CMS company for designers, raised $500,000 in funding from New Zealand investors including Sam Morgan, Phil McCaw,Stephen Tindall and Simon Holdsworth.
Mobile movie ticketing company CinePapaya raised a $2 million funding round from Movile.
DormChat, a communications platform aimed at college students, raised an undisclosed amount of seed funding from ff Venture Capital.
Social network Spring.me (formerly Formspring) raised $5 million in debt and equity seed funding from investors including Right Click Capital, Tank Stream Ventures, Nextec Strategic Capital, and Craig Roah.
Oneflare, an Australian local services marketplace, raised $876,000 from Les Szekely, Garry Visontay and Dr. Jeffrey Tobias.
Jostle, a provider of intranet software that helps enterprises better engage their workforce, raised $2 million from unidentified private investors.
On-demand valet app Luxe Valet raised $5.5 million in seed funding from Google Ventures, Sherpa Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Upfront Ventures, Foundation Capital, BoxGroup, Slow Ventures, Data Collective, Eniac Ventures, Rothenberg Ventures, and others.
Charlie, a tool that briefs users on the person they're about to meet, raised $1.7 million from round lead Lightbank, as well as Hyde Park Venture Partners, Confluence Capital Partners, Patrick Spain, Lon Chow, and Armando Pauker.
HomeZada, a digital home information platform, raised a $2.1 million seed round from venture firm, individual angels and the company founders.
Attentive.ly, a social marketing automation solution, raised $750,000 from New Media Ventures and Atlanta Tech Angels.
Zumur, a product comparison search engine, raised $700,000 in a round led by Lewis Smoak.
Smart fitness tracker Moov raised $3 million in a Series A funding round led by Banyan Capital.
Cazena, a stealth big data company, raised $8 million in a Series A funding round led by Andreessen Horowitz and North Bridge Venture Partners.
Xplenty, a big data processing platform powered by Hadoop, raised $3 million in Series A funding from Waarde Capital and Magma Venture Partners of Israel.
Ad tech company STAQ raised a $2.5 million Series A round led by lead by Genacast Ventures and Core Capital. Kinetic Ventures, Revel Partners and The Hive also participated.
Bitnet Technologies, a provider of a digital commerce platform, raised a $14.5 million Series A funding round led by Highland Capital Partners, with Rakuten participating.
GLAMSQUAD, an on-demand beauty services business, raised $7 million in a round led by SoftBank Capital, with participation from Lerer Ventures, AOL's BBG Fund and Montage Ventures.
Ads-free social network Ello raised $5.5 million in Series A funding from Foundry Group and Bullet Time Ventures, with participation from FreshTracks Capital.
On-demand answers app Fountain raised $4 million from Shasta Ventures and First Round Capital.
On-demand home services company TaskEasy raised a $7 million Series A funding round from Grotech Ventures, Access Venture Partners and KickStart Seed Fund.
Lytics, an adaptive digital marketing company, raised a $7 million Series A funding round led by Comcast Ventures, with participation from Rembrandt Venture Partners, Voyager Capital, angel investors, board members and digital marketing executives Nick Brien,Tim Kopp and Brett Queener.
Tsu, a social network that allows people to be paid for their content, raised $7 million from Sancus Capital Privé and other unnamed investors.
NuCurrent, a provider of wireless power antenna technology, raised $3.48 million in a Series A round of funding from Independence Equity, Hyde Park Angels, Harvard Business School Angels, a strategic corporate investor who cannot yet be named and existing investors.
Stealth wearable company Magic Leap raised $542 million in a Series B round of funding. Google led the round, with participation from Qualcomm Ventures, Legendary Entertainment, including a personal investment from CEO Thomas Tull, KKR, Vulcan Capital, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Andreessen Horowitz, Obvious Ventures, and other investors.
Telcare, a connected devices platform for diabetes management, raised $32.5 million in a Series C round of funding led by Norwest Venture Partners with participation from Mosaic Health Solutions, Sequoia and Qualcomm.
Israeli venture firm Carmel Ventures raised $194 million for its fourth fund from LPs that included Baidu, Ping-An and Qihoo360.
Education technology company KnowRe raised $6.8 million in a round led by SoftBank Ventures Korea, with participation from KTB Network, Partners Investment, SparkLabs Global Ventures and other new investors.
Tokopedia, an Indonesian online marketplace, raised $100 million in a round led by SoftBank Internet and Media, with participation from Sequoia Capital and SB Pan Asia Fund.
B2X Care Solutions , a provider of customer care solutions for smartphones, raised $15 million in Series B funding led by Earlybird Venture Capital.
Fiksu, a data-driven mobile ad tech company, secured $10 million in debt funding from Silicon Valley Bank.
Snowflake Computing, a cloud data warehousing firm, raised $26 million from Redpoint Ventures, Sutter Hill Ventures and Wing Ventures.
On demand taxi service GrabTaxi raised a $65 million round led by Tiger Global, with participation from Vertex Ventures, GGV, Qunar and Hillhouse Capital.
Mirantis, a pure-play OpenStack company, raised $100 million in Series B funding led by Insight Venture Partners, along with August Capital, Intel Capital, WestSummit Capital, Ericsson, and Sapphire Ventures.
Chinese mobile shopping app Koudai Gouwu raised $350 million in a Series C funding round led by Tencent, along with Tiger Fund, H Capital, Vy Capital, Falcon Edge, and DST Group.
Big data analytics company Zignal Labs raised a $10.7 million Series B round of funding led by Andy Ballard, Mitchell Cohen and Jim Hornthal.
Bracket Computing, creator of software for running applications on multiple clouds, raised more than $85 million from Andreessen Horowitz, Norwest Venture Partners, Sutter Hill Ventures, ARTIS Ventures, Allegis Capital, GE and Qualcomm.
PLAYSTUDIOS, a developer of games for mobile and social platforms, raised $20 million in Series C funding led by Jafco Ventures.
SnapLogic, an enterprise cloud integration company, raised a $20 million Series C funding round led by Ignition Partners, and joined by Triangle Peak Partners and Andreessen Horowitz.
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