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Berlin-based Junto scores €5 million for its innovative digital learning platform | EU-Startups

Edtech startup Junto has just secured €5 million in Seed funding for its digital learning platform. The Berlin-based team is taking a holistic approach to

Retention platform Clevertap bags $105 million in fresh funding – TechCrunch

Customer engagement and retention platform Clevertap has raised $105 million in a new financing round, the latest in a series of India-origin startups making fast inroads in the global SaaS race. Canada’s pension fund Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) led the California-headquartered startup’s Series D funding, with participation from IIFL AMC’s Tech […]

Truework, which helps lenders verify borrowers’ income and employment, raises $50M – TechCrunch

Truework, a company that builds technology for mortgage and consumer-centric lenders to instantly verify the income and employment of borrowers, has raised $50 million in a series C round of funding led by G Squared. Founded in 2017, San Francisco-based Truework integrates with payroll providers including Gusto, Zenefits, and BambooHR, and enables mortgage providers and […]

Pinata raised $21.5M to scale NFT media infrastructure – TechCrunch

Pinata, an NFT-focused media distribution platform, has raised a total of $21.5 million in funding, the company exclusively told TechCrunch. This is the only capital the four-year-old company has raised to date. The total amount came from a recently closed $18 million Series A and $3.5 million seed round in 2021, Kyle Tut, co-founder and […]

Shopic lands $30M to bring its item-scanning ‘smart cart’ tech to more stores – TechCrunch

Shopic, a startup developing 'smart cart' hardware to retrofit existing retail shopping carts, has raised $30 million in a venture funding round.

PreciTaste lands cash for tech that checks restaurant orders for accuracy – TechCrunch

PreciTaste, which sells an AI-powered system to check for mistakes in restaurant orders, has raised $24 million in a venture funding round.

Spin Technology raises $16M to protect SaaS apps against attacks – TechCrunch

Spin Technology, a cybersecurity vendor developing a platform to defend SaaS apps against attacks, has raised $16 million in a venture funding round.

Phone Radiation Measurement App Maker Tawkon Raises $1.5 Million – TechCrunch

Tawkon, an Israeli startup that offers mobile apps capable of measuring cellular radiation, has secured seed funding to the tune of $1.5 million. The capital injection comes from thetime, an investment company owned by Ilan Shiloah, chairman of McCann Erickson Israel and Nir Tarlovsky, and from Tzvika Barinboim. Other backers include management consulting company TASC, Don Perrin (one of Zipcar's earliest investors) and Yossi Sandler, an early investor in Yedda (which was acquired by AOL).

AliveCor Turns Mobile Devices Into Low-Cost Heart Monitors, Raises $3 Million – TechCrunch

AliveCor, developer of a low-budget electrocardiogram (ECG) recorder that works in conjunction with a variety of mobile platforms (including iPhone, iPad, and Android devices), has raised $3 million in Series A funding, the company announced this morning. The financing round was led by Burrill & Company along with Qualcomm, acting through its venture investment arm, Qualcomm Ventures, and the Oklahoma Life Science Fund.

Twitter Founders Put Their Weight Behind A New Startup: Lift – TechCrunch

Twitter co-founders Biz Stone, Evan Williams, and longtime sidekick Jason Goldman, recently shifted their focus away from the micro-sharing service provider to reboot Obvious, the company that originally incubated Twitter. Yesterday, Stone announced Obvious' first project: incubating an app development company called Lift, created by Tony Stubblebine and Jon Crosby. Obvious says it will assist Lift with "strategy, design, funding and recruiting".

Apsalar Raises $5 Million For Mobile Analytics And Behavioral Targeting Platform – TechCrunch

Apsalar, a San Francisco startup that offers mobile analytics, behavioral targeting and optimization solutions to iOS and Android app developers and publishers, has raised $5 million in funding in a round led by Thomvest Ventures. Battery Ventures, DN Capital and other existing investors such as 500 Startups and Founder's Co-op also participated in the round. Founded in 2010, Apsala has raised $5.8 million in funding to date.

Realtime Parking Info Provider Parking In Motion Lands Series A Funding – TechCrunch

Parking In Motion has raised an undisclosed amount of capital in a Series A financing round co-led by IDG Ventures and Fontinalis Partners, the investment firm co-founded by William Clay “Bill” Ford Jr., the great-grandson of Henry Ford (and Executive Chairman of Ford Motor Company). The additional capital will allow Parking In Motion to deliver its real-time parking database to automobile navigation systems, mobile phones, tablets and other data aggregators.

SweetLabs Raises $13 Million From Intel, Google And Others For Pokki App Platform – TechCrunch

SweetLabs, the San Diego company behind the Pokki app platform and the OpenCandy advertising network, has raised $13 million in funding in a Series C round led by Intel Capital, with earlier backers Google Ventures and Bessemer Venture Partners also participating. The fresh money will primarily be used to invest in Pokki, a platform that lets developers create and distribute desktop apps using standard Web languages like CSS3 and JavaScript, the company says.

Medialets Lands $8.4 Million For Mobile Rich Media Ad Platform – TechCrunch

Medialets, which provides a rich media ad platform for mobile, has raised another $8.4 million in equity funding according to an SEC filing published this morning. We've contacted the company to learn more about the investment, but it's likely the funding was partly or entirely provided by earlier backers Foundry Group, DFJ Gotham Ventures and/or 500 Startups.

Social Planning Service Hotlist Launches New Site And iPhone App – TechCrunch

Location-based social planning platform Hotlist (formerly "The Hotlist"), is launching a revamped website and iPhone application today, with an increased focus on ease-of-use, improved discovery of upcoming activities and events, and better tools for coordinating plans with your friends. According to Co-founder and CEO Chris Mirabile, the company is also nearing the close of its next round of funding to the tune of approximately $1 million+, raised primarily from angel investors (via AngelList) and previou

BiteHunter Raises $800K For Real-Time Dining Deals – TechCrunch

BiteHunter, the new mobile app for finding nearby dining deals, has just completed a $800,000 funding round. The round was led by angel investors Avraham Kadar, M.D. and Eyal Chomsky. The funding will be used to provide additional resources for the development of new features, an expansion to other platforms, and ongoing maintenance of BiteHunter's deals database.

Shopping Discovery App Zoomingo Raises $1.3 Million – TechCrunch

The newly launched shopping discovery app Zoomingo announced today it has secured $1.3 million in funding from early-stage VC firms Naya Ventures and Benaroya Capital along with several prominent angel investors. Previously self-funded, Zoomingo says it will use the additional capital to enhance its current mobile application, build a retailer platform and grow its community through expanded outreach to customers and retailer partners. With this funding, Dayakar Puskoor, managing director of Dallas-based

Mobile Games Publisher Animoca Raises Funding From Intel, IDG-Accel – TechCrunch

Smartphone games developer and publisher Outblaze Ventures, better known as Animoca, has raised an undisclosed amount of funding in a Series A round led by Intel Capital and IDG-Accel (which tapped its China Growth Fund III). Since its debut in January 2011, Animoca says it has released more than 150 games and education apps for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets.

In Africa, Kenyan startups have so far recorded highest funding growth this year – TechCrunch

Kenya has showed the greatest growth in funding gained in the first six months of this year.

Rethink Books Closes $2M Series A To Fund eBook Discovery Apps – TechCrunch

Rethink Books has just shared with us news that it has closed a $2 million Series A round led by Ambassador Technologies. The Dallas-based Rethink Books will use the funding for product development of apps including FirstChapters, its eBook discovery and purchase platform, and to cultivate relationships with publishing partners.

Atomico Invests $4.2M In 6Wunderkinder: German Name, Global Ambitions – TechCrunch

Exclusive - Atomico, the pan-European investment firm started by the founders of Skype, has invested $4.2 million in 6Wunderkinder, an interesting startup out of Berlin that offers well-designed productivity tools for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and the Web. They earlier raised over 600,000 euros in early-stage funding.

ZooZ Lands $1.5 Million For In-App Mobile Payments Solution – TechCrunch

Exclusive - ZooZ, not to be confused with ZOOZ Mobile, has raised $1.5 million in funding in a seed round led by lool ventures (yes, that's really what they're called). ZooZ offers a comprehensive end-to-end payment solution that lets mobile app developers easily integrate digital payment and checkout options into their Android or iOS apps through an SDK.

Atomico invests $4.2M in 6Wunderkinder: German name, global ambitions – TechCrunch

Exclusive - Atomico, the pan-European investment firm started by the founders of Skype, has invested $4.2 million in 6Wunderkinder, an interesting startup out of Berlin that offers well-designed productivity tools for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and the Web. They earlier raised over 600,000 euros in early-stage funding.

Hojoki Aims To Solve ‘Information Fragmentation’, Raises $620,000 – TechCrunch

Hojoki this morning announced that it has raised $620,000 in seed funding as the German startup gears up for the launch of its public beta on the 7th of December (coinciding with the Le Web conference in Paris). The round was led by Kizoo Technology Ventures. Hojoki's mission is to solve the problem of 'information fragmentation' by building a unified activity stream inbox for cloud apps such as Google Docs, Dropbox, Highrise, GitHub, and plenty of others.

Hojoki aims to solve 'information fragmentation', raises $620,000 – TechCrunch

Hojoki this morning announced that it has raised $620,000 in seed funding as the German startup gears up for the launch of its public beta on the 7th of December (coinciding with the Le Web conference in Paris). The round was led by Kizoo Technology Ventures. Hojoki's mission is to solve the problem of 'information fragmentation' by building a unified activity stream inbox for cloud apps such as Google Docs, Dropbox, Highrise, GitHub, and plenty of others.