Startup funding news of the week

Below is the list of startups who got funded from various investors. The list is complied from internet resources:

  • Huggity, developer of a new Post Event Marketing Tool that allows brands to extend their exposure, has secured a €600,000 investment
  • Neurotrack, whose technology can diagnose the onset of Alzheimer’s Disease 3-4 years before symptoms occur, gets $90,000 angel funding
  • Imonomy, whose software allows you to automatically add images related to your content, has closed $400,000 angel funding
  • UpOut, a service which helps people discover fun events and activities happening near and now, has raised $850,000 angel funding
  • CultureAlley, loud-based online language learning platform, has raised a seed round from Mumbai-based early-stage VC fund Kae Capital
  • FlockTag, a based startup that digitizes customer rewards for small businesses, has raised over $1 million Series A funding
  • SleepOut, Kenya’s leading online accommodation marketplace, it has raised approximately US$200,000 in seed funding
  • PopExpert, a learning marketplace that lets students connect with experts in one-on-one video chats, has raised $2 million seed funding
  • Runscope, a developer of tools for developers building API-driven mobile and web applications, lands $1.1M seed funding
  • Brightpearl, the cloud software provider for multichannel retailers, has raised $8 million Series B funding
  • Uncovet, a startup that wants to be the recommendation engine for indie designer clothing and accessories, has raised $1.3M funding
  • Swipely, the simple way for local merchants to accept payments, understand customers and grow revenue, attracts $12M Series B financing
  • AlephCloud, a SaaS solution for managing content privacy and provenance in public clouds, has closed $7.5M Series B financing
  • Postmaster, a startup that aims to simplify shipping and parcel tracking through an easy to use REST API, has raised $600,000 seed funding
  • Slyce, a visual recognition purchasing platform, raises $3.75M in an oversubscribed seed funding round
  • Orchestrate, which provides a single API through which customers can send data from multiple databases, has closed $3M seed funding



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