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Funding Rounds – 9.13.14

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Ifbyphone raises $30 million in a Series E round

Ifbyphone, a voice-based marketing startup headquartered in Chicago, has raised $30 million in a Series E round led by NewSpring Capital with participation from return backers Apex Venture Partners, SSM Partners, Origin Ventures, River City Capital Funds, i2A Illinois Accelerator Fund and Spring Mill Venture Partners. Ifbyphone provides tools for marketers and salespeople to track, prioritize, and route incoming calls to improve customer experience. Founded in 2005, Ifbyphone has raised $60 million to date and will use the latest cash to further develop its Voice360 platform and help fund the acquisition of competitor Mongoose Metrics.

Four Eyes raises$350,000

Philippines-based online glasses store Four Eyes just raised a $350,000 funding round. The funding comes from Kickstart Ventures, Future Now Ventures, Wavemaker Partner, and various other angel investors who buy into the startup’s vision. Aside from claiming to offer lower prices, the startup also allows virtual try-ons for glasses on its site as well as the ability to try on a pair at home. The new funding round will help Four Eyes scale up marketing activities and staffing levels. It’ll also help the estore in its bid for regional expansion.

the new funding round will help Four Eyes scale up marketing activities and staffing levels. It’ll also help the estore in its bid for regional expansion.

Read more: Four Eyes eyes expansion with $350,000 funding round http://www.techinasia.com/philippines-four-eyes-glasses-funding/

Aside from claiming to offer lower prices, the startup also allows virtual try-ons for glasses on its site as well as the ability to try on a pair at home.

Read more: Four Eyes eyes expansion with $350,000 funding round http://www.techinasia.com/philippines-four-eyes-glasses-funding/

Aside from claiming to offer lower prices, the startup also allows virtual try-ons for glasses on its site as well as the ability to try on a pair at home.

Read more: Four Eyes eyes expansion with $350,000 funding round http://www.techinasia.com/philippines-four-eyes-glasses-funding/

Keas raises $7 million

Keas, a corporate wellness platform based in San Francisco, has raised $7 million in fresh funding from previous backers Atlantic Ventures and Ignition Partners according to an SEC filing. Keas is an employee health management platform that incorporates data from health apps and provides a social community to encourage employee wellness. Founded in 2008 by the original Google Health chief, Keas counts companies such as Wix, Target and Pandora as customers and will use the new funding to expand its reach.

6SensorLabs raises $4 million in seed funding

6SensorLabs, a food testing startup based in San Francisco, has raised $4 million in seed funding led by Upfront Ventures with participation from SoftTech VC, Lemnos Labs, Mitch Kapor, SK Ventures, and Xandex Investments. 6SensorLabs is building an affordable device that allows users to check foods for allergens and view the results on a mobile app. Founded last year by two MIT grads, 6SensorLabs will use the new funding to build out its mobile app and launch the first version of the device geared toward gluten detection for users with Celiac Disease or other sensitivities to gluten.

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