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Real-time real estate platform Nestio raised a $1.6 million funding round led by Freestyle Capital with participation from RiverPark Ventures, Joanne Wilson, David Cohen, Mike Lazerow, Jerry Colonna, and Scout Ventures.
Marvel, a startup for turning sketches into app “prototypes,” raised a £525,000 seed round from Connect Ventures and angel investors, including Roberto Bonanzinga, Andy McLoughlin, Richard Fearn, and Jeremy Yap.
NexDefense, a provider of cybersecurity for automation and control systems, raised a $2.4 million funding round led by Mosley Ventures and Buckhead Investment Partners, along with "several prominent U.S. and international investors."
4th Office, a cloud workspace combining communication, task and document management tools, raised over £3 million led by RSG Capital and Ben White with participation from Notion Capital.
Capitaine Train, a French website for buying train tickets online, raised $6.3 million (€5.5 million) led by Alven Capital, with Index Ventures, CM-CIC Capital Privé, TheFamily, Xavier Niel and Pierre Bonelli also participating.
Veniam, a company that is building the Internet of Moving Things, raised a $4.9 million Series A funding led by True Ventures, with participation from Union Square Ventures, Cane Investments and private investors.
WedPics, a platform for sharing wedding photos, raised $4.25 million from OCA Ventures, Venture51, IDEA Fund Partners,Great Oaks, and angels including Adam Draper, Semil Shah, Jocelyn Goldfein, and others.
Early-growth venture capital firm Formation 8 closed its second fund with a total of $500 million.
Wearable device maker and fitness platform provider Misfit raised $40 million in a round led by GGV Capital, along with Xiaomi, JD.com, Shunwei Horizons Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund and Northwest Venture Partners.
Kaminario, an all-flash array storage provider for midrange enterprises, raised $53 million round from Sequoia Capital, Pitango, Globespan, Tenaya and Mitsui, Silicon Valley Bank and Lazarus Hedge Fund, as well as a large public company.
Human resources platform Maxwell Health raised $26.4 million in a round led by Adams Street Partners. Cambia HealthSolutions and Schooner Capital, along with Brothers Brook, Vaizra Investments, Tribeca VenturePartners, Catalyst Health Ventures, Serious Change, and Lerer Hippeau Ventures.
Early-stage venture capital firm Xfund closed its second fund, with $100 million in committed capital. New Enterprise Associates (NEA), Breyer Capital, and AccelPartners and a diversified group of long-term institutional limited partners anchored the fund.
ThreatStream, a cloud-based cybersecurity platform, raised $22 million in Series B funding led by General Catalyst Partners, along with Institutional Venture Partners, Google Ventures and Paladin Capital Group.
Blab, a social intelligence platform that predicts online trending conversations, raised $8.8 million in a round led by Blue Focus Communications Group Co. and Shoreline Venture Management, with participation from Operative Capital.
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