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Delivery Hero Raises $30 Million in Series D Funding

Berlin-based online food marketplace Delivery Hero raised a $30 million series D round bringing its funding total to more than $130 million. The round was led by Phenomen Ventures, with participation from existing investors Team Europe, Kite Ventures who have participated in Delivery Hero’s last three rounds, ru-Net, Tengelmann Ventures, Holtzbrinck Ventures, Point Nine Capital… Read More »

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Startup Clinkle received $25M in Seed funding.

Mobile payments startup Clinkle, that aims to put your entire wallet on your phone, has raised a $25 million round from over 18 investors. The San Francisco-based company, which launched in 2011, will use most of the $25 million for talent acquisition. The company currently has around 50 employees. New hires will fill a range… Read More »

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Kickstarter coming to Canada this summer

After making its first international expansion to the UK last year, Kickstarter, the world’s largest funding platform for creative projects made its move to yet another international market – Canada. Kickstarter announced the news on its website earlier today, with absolutely no additional details, other than the vague time frame. The service has gotten a… Read More »

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SpaceCurve Raises $10M Series B Financing

Earlier in the week SpaceCurve, a third-generation big data platform that delivers real-time immersive intelligence and drives innovation in location-based announced it had raised $10M in its Series B round of financing. The round was led by Triage Ventures with participation from existing SpaceCurve investors Reed Elsevier Ventures and Divergent Ventures. The funds will be… Read More »

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carecloud raises $20 m in series B financing

Miami, FL-based electronic health record vendor with a presence in Boston CareCloud, which provides electronic health records (EHR), and medical billing software and services, raised $20m in Series B financing. The funding round was led by Tenaya Capital and included existing investors Intel Capital and Norwest Venture Partners. In conjunction with the funding, Stewart Gollmer,… Read More »

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Smart window startup View raises another $60M

Venture capital-backed Smart window maker View (formerly Soladigm) announced on Tuesday that it’s raised another round of $60 million. View, which was Soladigm for five years until its name change in late 2012, makes windows that can tint on demand using an iPhone app or control panel using a technology called “electrochromic,” which means a low-voltage… Read More »

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Million Pound Startup – London Launches Global Hunt for the Next £100 Million Technology Company

A ground breaking global competition to bring a high-growth technology company to London with £1 million of investment has been launched at London’s Digital Shoreditch 2013 festival. Dubbed “The Million Pound Startup”, the competition aims to showcase London as a prime location for building global digital and technology businesses. Kam Star, founder of Digital Shoreditch,… Read More »

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Marketing Software Developer HipLogiq Receives $5M in Funding

In its series A funding, start-up company HipLogiq raised a total of $5 million with a majority of the capital coming from Hadron Global Partners, a division of Carriage House Partners (CHP) and RLB Holdings. HipLogiq Co-founders Adam Root, Lindsey Madison and Bernard Perrine designed SocialCompass to help companies target and engage customers over social… Read More »

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