Split, the anti-social app that helps people avoid potentially awkward encounters has raised $1 million for its seed round from well-known private investors, a statement about the funding said.
London, UK-based user-generated news startup Oximity bagged an undisclosed amount of seed money from angel investors Ronnie Screwvala and K Ganesh to provide direct sources of global news in 180 languages.
San Francisco, US-based real estate equity crowdfunding startup RealCrowd Inc nabbed $1.6 million in a seed funding round from Data Collective, Y Combinator's Garry Tan, and some real estate managers.
London, UK-based e-commerce analtyics firm Ometria raised $1.5 million in a seed funding round from large group of angel investors to expand its workforce and develop its product.
PHEMI Health Systems, a Canada-based big data platform, has bagged a seed funding round of $2.8 million from various investors, a statement about the funding said.
London, UK-based social shopping startup Nuji nabbed $2 million in a seed funding round from TAG, Seedcamp, Samos, and other angel investors to launch an iOS app this April.
Virtual View App, a London-based augmented reality startup for the property market, has bagged its first external funding round of $500,000 from unnamed backers, TechCrunch reported.
WelVU, a startup that offers a multimedia patient engagement technology platform, raised $1.25 million from unnamed investors for its initial seed funding round, VentureBeat reported.
Mobile Q&A app Locish secured fresh funding of $820,000 for its seed financing round led by Odyssey Jeremy Partners and joined in by other investors, a statement about the funding said.
Toronto, Canada-based hardware engineering collaborative platform Upverter bagged $2.3 million in a seed funding round led by Version One Ventures to grow its enterprise business and develop its product.
Pasadena, California-based kinetic desk maker Stir raised $1.5 million in a seed funding round led by Vegas TechFund and Zach Ware to scale up its production and distribution efforts.
Boston, US-based application programming interfaces (APIs) provider MachineShop Inc emerged from stealth mode and got $3 million as its first capital from a group of its customers to enable businesses to create their own middleware for Internet of Things.
What3words, the startup that seeks to provide three-word strings to map a location, has added $1 million to its seed financing round participated in by undisclosed investors, TechCrunch reported.
Chatwala, a New York-based messaging app startup that puts users in control of conversations, has secured $625,000 from individual investors for its seed financing round, VentureBeat reported.
UK-based medical professionals' e-learning network Meducation picked up $1 million in seed capital from the Technology Strategy Board and private investors to help medical students and practitioners gain access to more educational materials.
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