Airbnb’s Storefront has received additional USD7.3 million funding led by Spark Capital, reported TechCrunch.
Unitus Seed Fund backed Mumbai, India-based dental clinic chain Smile Merchants with an undisclosed investment to develop the latter's hub-and-spoke system and fund its national expansion.
London, UK-based healthcare appointment platform Zesty bagged an additional $2 million in its seed funding round from TA Ventures and ABRT Fund to expand its services beyond London.
Tel Aviv, Israel-based mobile gallery startup Flayvr grabbed $2 million in seed funding from institutional and angel investors to help smartphone users organize their gallery photos for easy viewing and sharing.
Sunnyvale, US-based autonomous robot maker nabbed $2 million in a seed funding round led by Morado Venture Partners to revolutionize the service industry including hospitals, offices, and care centers.
Boston, Massachusetts-based wine discovery mobile app Drync landed $2.1 million in a funding round from institutional and angel investors to build its wine shopping platform.
London, UK-based visual customer analytics firm Trak.io emerged from private beta and raised $150,000 in seed funding from Kima Ventures last August to track the behavior of startups' customers.
Boston, Massachusetts-based mobile healthcare management platform Wellframe nabbed $1.5 million in a seed funding round from several high net worth individuals to provide patients with an app that will serve as their personal digital nurse.
London, UK-based innovation hub TrueStart raised $5 million in a seed funding round to invest in 20 retail and consumer startups in Europe every year and provide them with legal and recruitment support.
Columbus, US-based software firm Bjond raised $3.25 million in its Series A funding round led by Draper Triangle Ventures to accelerate its workflow automation software BjondHealth.
AdsNative has raised USD2 million in seed funding to be used for its technology expansion, reported TechCrunch.
New York, US-based fitness startup Classtivity rebranded as ClassPass as it closed $2 million in a seed funding round from several angel investors to help customers stick more to its workout program.
TrueVault, a healthcare app data security startup which launched recently from the latest Y Combinator class, was able to obtain $2.5 million for its seed financing round, TechCrunch reported.
AppGyver, San Francisco-based a mobile app development tools provider, received a $2.5 million investment for its seed round led by Initial Capital and Open Ocean Capital.
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