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Anyline Raises €1.5M To Let You Add Optical Character Recognition To Your App

Anyline, a Austrian startup that provides mobile OCR tech to capacitate developers to supplement content approval to their possess apps, has lifted €1.5 million in funding. The list of investors is interesting, too. It includes angel financier Johann ‘Hansi’ Hansmann, busuu co-founder Bernhard Niesner, Lukas Püspök, and a U.S.-based VC-fund iSeed Ventures. However, many important is that a turn was ... Read More »

Revolut Gets More Funding For Its Mobile Foreign Exchange Service

British startup Revolut only sealed a seed round. After announcing carrying lifted $2.3 million this Summer, a association has combined a integrate of new investors. In total, a association has lifted $4.8 million (£3.2 million) from Index Ventures, Balderton Capital, Seedcamp and Point Nine, Venrex and business angels. Revolut provides an app to seamlessly sell or send income in mixed ... Read More »

Founders Fund Backs Smart Lab Tech Startup Elemental Machines For $2.5 Million

Cambridge-based Elemental Machines is a program simulator startup done for a soppy lab that hopes to revoke time and costs compared with drug investigate by data. It uses information gleaned in a lab to improve experimental reproducibility by make-believe and Founders Fund (via FF Angel) suspicion that a novel adequate thought to give Elemental Machines $2.5 million in seed funding. Founders ... Read More »

Our 2016 Predictions For The IPO Market

2015 was not a good year for IPOs — it was indeed a worst year for tech IPOs given a financial predicament in 2009. More and some-more startups are opting to sojourn private for longer durations of time. And while we still haven’t seen any IPOs in 2016, a slowest start given 2009, eventually venture-backed companies need to go open ... Read More »

Alibaba Will Reportedly Sell Its Meituan-Dianping Stake For $900M

Alibaba has reportedly reached an agreement to sell a interest in Meituan-Dianping, a organisation deals and online engagement site that recently raised an eye-popping $3.3 billion round. According to the Wall Street Journal, Alibaba will sell a shares for about $900 million. It’s not a warn that a Chinese e-commerce hulk wants to offload a stake. According to an progressing ... Read More »

“Fast Fashion” Jewelry Biz BaubleBar Grabs Another $20 Million

E-commerce shop BaubleBar, famous for a “fast fashion” take on women’s jewelry, has sealed on $20 million in new funding, a association announced today. The Series C turn was led by before investors, Accel Partners, Greycroft Partners, Burch Creative Capital and Aspect Ventures, though also includes new investors who will move imagination in general expansions and large-scale operations, a association says. ... Read More »

India’s Jugnoo Closes $5.5M Series B For Its Auto-Rickshaw On-Demand Service

Uber might have pulled a plan to work with auto-rickshaws in India, yet that isn’t stopping startup Jugnoo from zooming forward with a skeleton to spin a iconic and bill travel use into an on-demand one. New Delhi-based Jugnoo reliable this week that it sealed a Series B turn during $5.5 million, after adding $2.5 million to a initial $3 million ... Read More »

Japan’s ChatWork Lands $12.5M To Grow Its Business Messaging App In The U.S.

ChatWork, a Japanese association that provides a business messaging use directed during eliminating email and assisting teams to work some-more efficiently, has lifted $12.5 million in uninformed appropriation to grow a appearance in a U.S. and other markets. Wait a second. A messaging service? Aiming to kick email? Helping businesses work better? Isn’t that Slack, we hear we say. Yes, Slack — the ... Read More »

Beacon Technology Company Estimote Raises $10.7 Million Series A

Estimote, a guide association whose small, wireless sensors and concomitant software provide indoor plcae record to some of a largest retailers as good as 65 percent of a Fortune 100, has now sealed on $10.7 million in Series A funding. The turn will assistance a business scale to accommodate a needs of a stream patron base, around half of that is retail, as ... Read More »

Distil Networks Gets Human Touch With ScrapeSentry Acquisition

Distil Networks has always been about about automated, intelligent bot detection. Rival ScrapeSentry has left during it from a opposite angle, regulating tellurian analysts to assistance business know bot behavior. Today those dual approaches came together when Distil acquired ScrapeSentry in a batch and money deal. While Distil CEO Rami Essaid wouldn’t exhibit an accurate squeeze price, he danced around it ... Read More »

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