Optio Labs secured $10 million from parent company Allied Minds and other private investors for its Series A funding round. The company provides software solutions for mobile security, a statement about the funding said.
London-based e-learning platform Quipper which makes Quipper School has bagged $5.8 million for its Series A2 fundraising round from Atomico, Benesse and other unnamed investors, TechCrunch reported.
Trusper, an application that allows users to share and find lifestyle tips, received $6.17 million for its Series A funding round led by DCM and joined in by other investors, a statement about the funding said.
Reinventure, Global Founders Capital and other investors joined the Series A round for Australia's only active peer-to-peer lending firm SocietyOne which raised $8.5 million, a statement about the funding said.
AppsFlyer, a mobile analytics startup based in Herzliya, Israel, obtained $7.1 million in its most recent financing round from Pitango Venture Capital and Magma Venture Partners, Globes reported.
San Francisco, US-based ad-tech startup TripleLift scored $4 million in a Series A funding round led by True Ventures to expand its workforce and automate native advertising.
San Francisco, US-based business social network Townsquared bagged $5.26 million in its first funding round from undisclosed investors to allow business owners and employees connect and engage with each other.
A group of Ohio angel investors led the Series A funding round for Cleveland-based StreamLink Software which raised $3.5 million, a statement about the funding said.
Berlin, Germany-based startup TVSmiles picked up $7 million in a Series A funding round led by Ventech to expand the reach of its loyalty program for its second-screen app beyond Germany.
New York, US-based YouTube monetization platform Audiam pocketed $2 million in a Series A funding round led by music industry big names Jason Mraz, Jimmy Buffet, Bill Silva, Brett Gurewitz, and Bad Religion.
New York City, US-based HTML5 game developer and distributor TreSensa bagged $2 million in a Series A funding round led by Caribou Asset Management to continue distributing games for mobile browsers.
Powa Technologies Ltd has rolled out PowaTag, its e-commerce application that helps retailers and brands to reach their target customers and encourage them to buy their products, TechCrunch reported.
San Francisco, US-based startup ClassDojo bagged $8.5M in its first institutional funding round to develop its mobile platform that provides an easier way of managing and monitoring the behavior of students inside the classroom.
San Francisco, US-based home search startup Zumper raised $6.5 million in a Series A funding round led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB) to build its web and mobile platform for apartment rental.
Conference calling service Speek secured $5.1 million from its Series A round which included the earlier round which raised $2.7 million in convertible notes raised before, TechCrunch reported.
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