Mobile gaming startup Omnidrone has bagged $2 million in its first institutional funding round. Investors included Nokia Growth Partners, London Venture Partners and Kibo Ventures, a funding statement 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.
Winnipeg, Canada-based non-profit agricultural organization Canadian International Grains Institute (Cigi) receoved a $1-million investment boost from Regina-based grain-handling firm Viterra Inc to promote Canadian field crops locally and internationally.
Moscow, Russia-based affiliate marketing and advertisement firm CityAds Media nabbed a $5-million investment from private equity investor Klever Internet Investments in exchange of a minority stake in the ad company.
New York, US-based news website Business Insider raised $12 million in a funding round led by Amazon chief Jeff Bezos for the expansion of its workforce and subscription service.
AppZero, a Boston-based startup that provides migration and cloud on-boarding services, has received $3 million from angel investors to move enterprises still on Windows Server 2003 to newer systems, VentureBeat reported.
Irish startup Boxever which provides an airline-focused personalization platform raised $6 million in a round led by Polaris Partners and joined in by Frontline Ventures, TechCrunch reported.
Massachusetts, US-based Java PaaS (Platform as a Service) firm CloudBees snagged $11.2 million in its third funding round which was led by Verizon Ventures to fuel its revenue growth and global expansion.
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.
Cloud-based customer relationship management platform ServiceMax secured $71 million in its latest financing round led by Meritech Capital. ServiceMax is a platform specifically focused for field technicians, VentureBeat reported.
Raleigh, North Carolina-based Aseptia, a food firm that developed a technology that allows food to stay fresh without refrigeration and preservatives, raised $28 million in Series C funding which will fund the growth of its subsidiary Wright Foods.
Clinicient, a cloud-based solutions provider based in Portland, Oregon, raised $15 million for its Series C funding round led by Catalyst Investors of New York, VentureBeat reported.
Toronto-based image recognition technology maker Slyce has gathered $10.75 million for its latest funding round led by Beacon Securities and joined in by other investors, TechCrunch reported.
HealthCare Royalty Partners was the lead investor in the Series E funding round of advanced medical devices maker Invuity Inc which raised $36 million, a statement about the funding said.
San Mateo, US-based predictive analytics startup Reflektion scored $8 million in its second funding round led by Intel Capital and Nike to ramp up its sales and marketing activities.