Odyssey Airlines has decided to source investment through a crowdfunding that would allow the company to raise $8.4 million equity capital in preparation for a launch in 2016 and its operational costs.
Orbotix has raised $20 million funding round bringing the total investment receive by the company at $35.2 million but did not reveal financial terms of the deal or the investors behind the round.
New York, US-based physical storage provider MakeSpace landed $8 million in funding from Upfront Ventures, OATV, Founders Fund, and other investors, to model its service after Uber and Dropbox and expand its workforce.
Cambridge, Massachusetts-based e-book deals service BookBub scored $3.8 million in its first funding round led by NextView Ventures and Founder Collective to expand its workforce and services and tap into international markets.
Fremont, US-based intellectual property (IP) management firm Lecorpio bagged $10 million in an unneeded funding round with Los Angeles-based investor M2O to guarantee the safe exchange of ideas and information for its enterprise clients.
New York, US-based mobile gameplay-recording startup Kamcord raised $7.1 million in a Series A funding round led by TransLink Capital to conquer the giant gaming markets of Japan, China, and South Korea.
New York City, US-based online legal staffing startup Hire an Esquire closed $350,000 in its seed funding round from investors 37 Angels, 645 Ventures, and Ulu Ventures to expand its client base.
Halo Neuroscience has taken in $1.5 million funding led by Marc Andreessen and Jeff Clavier to be used to address issues on safety to the Food and Drug Administration to help obtain product approval.
Unified has acquired Awe.sm without disclosing the financial terms of the deal while the latter has received $5.3 million from Upfront Ventures, Foundry Group and other investors.
Moveline has raised $5.9 million Series A funding round from multiple investors including Tony Hsieh, Quotidien Ventures and ff Ventures Capital and the VegasTechFund.
London, UK-based security firm CertiVox scored $8 million in its Series B financing from new investor NTT Docomo Ventures and previous backer Octopus Investments to expand its software-based alternative authentication platform.
Budapest, Hungary-based startup Tresorit landed $3 million in its Series A funding round with Euroventures as lead investor to provide both convenience and security along with its cloud storage services.
Reston, US-based online solar marketplace Geostellar secured $1 million through equity crowdfunding on the Return on Change platform to upgrade its business model and employ salespeople who will promote its services to US homeowners.
British startup Evrythng that aims to give all things in the world a unique URL has received $7 million Series A funding from Cisco which said that by 2020 the company would contain 50 billion "things."
Madison, US-based weather forecasting and analytics startup Understory bagged $1.9 million in a seed funding round led by True Ventures to build software and a forecasting model that will be able to generate weather data through ground-level observation.