San Francisco, US-based online food delivery startup Munchery raised $28 million in a Series B funding round led by Sherpa Ventures to bring its service to Seattle and other places in the US.
Moot.it, an online forum site, announced changing its name to Muut and has taken in new funding valued USD770000, reported TechCrunch.
Boston, Massachusetts-based wine discovery mobile app Drync landed $2.1 million in a funding round from institutional and angel investors to build its wine shopping platform.
New York, US-based fitness startup Classtivity rebranded as ClassPass as it closed $2 million in a seed funding round from several angel investors to help customers stick more to its workout program.
London, UK-based language learning startup Fluentify took home $410,000 in angel investment in a round led by former Barclays exec Stefano Marsaglia to beef up its workforce and service in Southern Europe.
London, UK-based content marketplace ScreenHits pocketed $1.2 million in an angel round from Rory Fleming, Lord Reay, Flemming Lund, and other high net worth individuals to build its product and audience.
Split, the anti-social app that helps people avoid potentially awkward encounters has raised $1 million for its seed round from well-known private investors, a statement about the funding said.
London, UK-based e-commerce analtyics firm Ometria raised $1.5 million in a seed funding round from large group of angel investors to expand its workforce and develop its product.
The Chennai Labs (TCA) and Spark Capital backed Bangalore, India-based engineering education startup Skyfi Labs with an undisclosed amount for its expansion and product development.
London, UK-based social shopping startup Nuji nabbed $2 million in a seed funding round from TAG, Seedcamp, Samos, and other angel investors to launch an iOS app this April.
London, UK-based Video-on-Demand (Vod) service Screenburn raised $500,000 (£302,000) in an angel funding round to fuel its expansion for 2014 and to continue monetizing the presence of music and film artists on Facebook.
Raleigh, US-based wedding photo and video-sharing app WedPics scored $1.5 million in its Series A financing round led by IDEA Fund Partners to scale up its platform and beef up its workforce.
Secret, the widely-popular anonymous social sharing app, has obtained $8.6 million in its Series A funding round from a sizable number of investors, TechCrunch reported.
Coull, a Bristol-based online video ad tech firm, has received $4 million from Paul Fraser and other existing angel investors for its latest funding round, TechCrunch reported.
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