Little Borrowed Dress, a startup that rents out bridesmaid dresses online, has raised $1.25 million for its seed financing round participated in by a number of investors, TechCrunch reported.
Opternative, a Chicago-based startup, bagged $1 million in seed funding from Tribeca Venture Partners and Chicago Ventures does away with the need to have an in-person eye exam, TechCrunch reported.
HackerEarth, an India-based platform that matches programmers with startups looking for technical talent, received a $500,000 from Angelprime for its seed funding round, TechCrunch reported.
San Francisco, US-based advertising technology startup AdStage bagged $1 million in funding from existing investor Digital Garage to increase its workforce and launch a new app partnership program.
Balderton Capital led the seed investment round for London-based carwow, an online website for those who want to buy new cars. Episode 1 Ventures, Samos Investments and angel investors also joined in the round.
California-based big data startup BlueTalon bagged $1.5 million in a seed funding round from Data Collective for its single-click data collaboration offering for enterprises.
Adbrain has introduced its programmatic mobile audience buying platform in private beta with partners Annalect, The Exchange Lab, M& C Saatchi Mobile, Fetch and Somo having early access to it, a company statement said.
Sydney, Australia-based accounting software maker Practice Ignition pocketed $650,000 in a seed round from investors such as MYOB co-founder Graig Winkler, for the expansion and development of the firm.
Benchling, a startup backed by YCombinator, SV Angel, Founders Fund, Draper Associates and other angels, bridges biotechnology and computer science with their DNA editing software.
Brand Embassy, the UK startup that provides an SaaS platform that helps firms improve their customer service on social media, has received $1 million from two new investors, TechCrunch reported.
Investors in Atlanta and the State of Georgia in general are now favoring angel, seed and Series A financing rounds more than later-stage deals, TechCrunch reported citing CrunchBase data.
Safello, a Bitcoin startup based in Sweden was able to raise $600,000 in its seed funding round from Erik Vorhees, Zubair Quraishi and other unnamed backers.
Playbasis, a Thailand-based gamification startup, has secured seed funding of $770,000 from Ardent Capital, 500 Startups and Axis Capital to expand its reach in Asia , TechCrunch reported.
Matrix Partners, Ellen Levy and Sandra Perkins invested $1.5 million for the seed funding round of RocksBox, a subscription jewelry service that aims to empower consumers, TechCrunch reported.
US-based angel investor and Wine Library TV founder Gary Vaynernuck partnered with RSE Ventures cofounder Matt Higgins to launch a $25 million seed fund called Vayner RSE which they might be used to start a new brand of wine.
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