Daily funding roundup - April 12, 2016

Mitos Suson · April 12, 2016 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/44b1

Livongo completed Series C round; Datera raised $40M; Fleet secured $4M

VC's Raising Funds

  • Early-stage venture firm Accel Partners raised another $500 million, it has been confirmed to VatorNews. The new funding will be earmarked for investments in Europe and Israel, and will be called Accel London V. Accel will use the new fund to make early-stage investments, with a focus on marketplaces, software-as-a-service and new enterprise companies. It will also invest in developer tools for big data analytics.

If you are interested in being included in our funding roundup, submit your press release or blog post about your financing round to mitos@vator.tv. 

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