Paris-l’hospital, France-based car rental startup Drivy secured $8.3 million (€6 million) in a new funding round with Index Ventures and Alven Capital as lead investors to fuel its expansion in Europe.
SupportPay has taken in $1.1 million led by Draper Associates and other financiers including Aspect Ventures, Broadway Angels and a personal investment from DJF co-founder Tim Draper.
Kamcord has raised $7.1 million led by TransLink Capital and other investors with the latter to also help in the entry of the company in key Asian markets including Japan, Korea and China.
New York, US-based physical storage provider MakeSpace landed $8 million in funding from Upfront Ventures, OATV, Founders Fund, and other investors, to model its service after Uber and Dropbox and expand its workforce.
Cambridge, Massachusetts-based e-book deals service BookBub scored $3.8 million in its first funding round led by NextView Ventures and Founder Collective to expand its workforce and services and tap into international markets.
New York, US-based mobile gameplay-recording startup Kamcord raised $7.1 million in a Series A funding round led by TransLink Capital to conquer the giant gaming markets of Japan, China, and South Korea.
Moveline has raised $5.9 million Series A funding round from multiple investors including Tony Hsieh, Quotidien Ventures and ff Ventures Capital and the VegasTechFund.
Budapest, Hungary-based startup Tresorit landed $3 million in its Series A funding round with Euroventures as lead investor to provide both convenience and security along with its cloud storage services.
British startup Evrythng that aims to give all things in the world a unique URL has received $7 million Series A funding from Cisco which said that by 2020 the company would contain 50 billion "things."
SOLS, a 3D printing firm delivering customized insoles through its app, has taken in $6.4 million Series A funding from investors led by Lux Capital and joined by Rothenberg Ventures, Grape Arbor VC, FundersGuild, RRE and Felicis Ventures.
San Francisco, US-based food delivery startup Caviar bagged a total of $15 million in its seed and Series A funding led by Winklevoss Capital and Tiger Global to expand into new cities.
New Zealand-based customer relationship management (CRM) software startup MyWave bagged NZ$2.5 million in an oversubscribed first funding round to develop its product and customer base before its 2015 listing on the New Zealand Stock Exchange.
Burbank, US-based SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) database startup Connectivity secured $6.3 million in its Series A funding from Greycroft Partners, Rincon Venture Partners, Double M Partners, and other investors to release a new platform with additional features.
Ohio, US-based Payments-as-a-Service company 2Checkout closed its first funding round at $60 million with Chicago Growth Partners and Trident Capital as the lead investors in a deal that will fuel its global expansion.
California-based Synack, a crowdsourced platform for hacking into customers' security holes, raises $7.5 million for a series A funding round.