Investors in Atlanta and the State of Georgia in general are now favoring angel, seed and Series A financing rounds more than later-stage deals, TechCrunch reported citing CrunchBase data.
Grand Rapids, US-based high school sports website Varsity News Network (VNN) pocketed $3 million in a Series A funding round led by Arsenal Venture Partners for the expansion of its school athletic platform and the launching of its first app.
Miami, Florida-based healthcare analytics startup QualMetrix raised an undisclosed amount in its Series A funding round to continue its expansion efforts through acquisition of other related companies.
Yevvo, the iPhone app developed by Israeli firm Yevvo Entertainment Inc, gives a platform for selfie stars to share live videos of themselves to a virtual audience, the Venture Capital Dispatch reported.
Axine Water Technologies, an industrial wastewater treatment solutions provider, has secured $5.6 million for its Series A round from The Roda Group, Chrysalix Energy Venture Capital and BDC Venture Capital, TechVibes reported.
MyHealthTeams has obtained $3.36 million for its Series A funding round led by The Westly Group to create social networks to help those living with chronic conditions, TechCrunch reported.
Cyber security firm Cybereason obtained $4.6 million from Charles River Ventures or CRV for its Series A round as it launches its detection platform commercially, TechCrunch reported.
Sydney, Australia-based online travel booking service Rezdy pocketed $1 million in a recent funding round from both new and existing investors to establish a new office in San Francisco, US.
Pennsylvania, US-based age verification startup AgeCheq picked up $1 million in a Series A funding round to ramp up its effort in helping app and game developers comply with federal requirements and standards.
New York, US-based travel management firm Rocketrip bagged $2.6 million in a Series A funding round led by Canaan Partners to accelerate its product development and to beef up its sales and customer services.
CircleCI was able to raise $6 million for its Series A funding round from DFJ, a venture capital firm, according to VentureBeat which cited a company blog post.
New York, US-based startup Docurated nabbed $3.75 million in its first major funding round led by Rogers Venture Partners to help companies index and search for their files on local servers and cloud storage services.
Jaguar Animal Health Inc, a company that focuses on making veterinary products, received $2 million from BioVeda China Fund, a private equity firm based in China.
Magic Leap Inc, a company that VentureBeat reported as being into "some hardcore science-fiction type stuff" has secured $50 million to successfully close its first funding round.
Apartment List, an online rental marketplace, was able to raise an additional $6 million in financing in a follow-on round led by Glynn Capital and Passport Capital, TechCrunch reported.