Y Combinator, SV Angel, Max Levchin and other investors provided seed funds amounting to $2 million to San Francisco, California-based "pre-commerce" platform Celery to help grow the team and develop its storefront features.
Sausalito, California-based merchandise sales management platform atVenu secured seed stage funds of $1.1 million from Canadian venture capital firm Real Ventures, PE HUB Canada reported.
France-based startup Wisembly was able to snag $2 million from Alven Capital for its tool that allows users to prepare for, monitor and simplify company meetings, TechCrunch reported.
Barter platform TradeYa Inc was able to raise $1.1 million for its seed round. The company's mobile app allows users to trade goods and services online.
DataRank was able to secure $1.4 million in seed funds in a round led by New Road Ventures and joined in by FundersClub and other angels. Data Rank enables companies to track conversations about their brands online.
Expert360, a recruitment website for the upper tier employment market, was able to secure $1 million in seed funding from angel investors in an oversubscribed round, The Canberra Times reported.
Mountain View, California based seed accelerator Y Combinator (YC) announced that it will restrict its partner investments until three weeks after demo day to give all its startups an equal chance to raise funds.
Boston, Massachusetts-based health startup ZappRx scored a further $1 million in funding to streamline the prescription process for patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) by becoming their electronic link to the pharmacy.
San Francisco, California-bases mobile betting startup YouBetMe is launching an app that helps keep track of casual bets, and is planning to raise Series A funding in the near future.
ZappRx, a mobile platform that automates the prescription management process, has nabbed an additional funding worth $1 million for its seed financing round led by Atlas Ventures.
Cincinnati, US-based startup Sqrl bagged $550,000 in funding from CincyTech, Vine Street Ventures, and Hyde Park Ventures to launch a service for small and regional accounting firms that reminds their clients of the documents they need to provide for a job.
Sightly was able to obtain $1.7 million in seed funds in a round led by Mac Capital and participated in by other investors which included Tomorrow Ventures and 500 Startups.
Massachusetts, US-based crowdfunding platform Dragon Innovation will start offering another $100,000 in seed funding to any project that can raise a minimum of $1 million in its campaign.
Custom 3D-printed insole maker SOLS closed its seed funding round with $1.75 million. Led by Lux Capital, other investors also participated in the financing round for the firm that aims to provide wearers with the perfect fit and better performance, TechCrunch reported.
Vint was able to secure seed funding worth $1.8 million led by Nordics VC Creandum and joined in by other venture capital firms and angel investors, including Zumba investor David Giampaolo.