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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.