Dhaka-based online grocery site ChalDal secured an undisclosed seed investment round from 500 Startups. This is the first investment in Bangladesh of the California-based accelerator, TechCrunch reported.
SiNode, a company that is working on prolonging the energy storage capacity of batteries and improving their charging rate, has secured seed funding from Energy Foundry, TechCrunch reported.
Flypay, a startup based in the UK that develops an app that makes settling restaurant bills faster, has raised £1 million from Entreé Capital, TechCrunch reported.
Ulmon, the travel app developer based in Vienna, has secured its first round of funding said to be less than $5 million from Global Founders Capital, TechCrunch reported.
Spritz Technology Inc, a startup based in Boston, is readying to complete a seed funding round which raised $3.54 million from investors which included Denis O'Brien, TechCrunch reported.
Arthur Ventures gave a $1 million investment for the seed funding round of Drifty, a startup that provides tools that allows mobile developers to develop apps and websites, TechCrunch reported.
An unnamed Washington, DC-based angel investment group supported Ohio-based mobile health application service provider iRxReminder with a $250,000 investment for its seed round, a statement about the financing said.
Women-led angel investment network Angel Academe has invested in UK-based Buddybounce, a startup that seeks to help artists determine and reward their "super fans," TechCrunch reported.
Altitude Games, a fresh mobile gaming studio based in the Philippines, has received $275,000 for its seed funding round to help it create its "original IP in the midcore game space," TechCrunch reported.
TrackDuck, a visual feedback provider for web design and development, has obtained €200,000 from Kima Ventures and Practica Capital for its seed funding round, TechCrunch reported.
Machinima Chairman, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Allen DeBevoise has made an undisclosed investment amount into MovieLala for the startup's seed financing round, PE HUB reported.
Buzzmove, the UK's first price removals site and Wayra UK graduate, grabbed $650,000 in its seed funding round to expand its list of vendors and prepare for its nationwide launch, TechCrunch reported.
Melbourne, Australia-based startup Influx.com pocketed $250,000 in seed funding from Mark Harbottle and Leni Mayo to provide CRM (customer relationship management) solutions for online and tech startups.
San Antonio, US-based early-stage investment fund Geekdom Fund invested $25,000 each in startups Nebula Technologies, Lightphile, and Remote Garage, which are headquartered in Geekdom's co-working space.
New York-based dining payments startup Dash received $1.2 million in its seed funding round from existing backers and a new investor, bringing to $1.9 the funds raised so far, VentureBeat reported.
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