You are browsing the archive for Balderton Capital - peHUB.
UK software platform Rentify has secured a 2 million pounds ($2.7 million) Series A investment from European investor Balderton Capital. Launched in 2012, Rentify helps landlords to market, manage, and make money from their properties.
HouseTrip.com, a holiday rental websites has secured a $40 million Series C funding round led by Accel Partners, with existing investors Balderton Capital and Index Ventures also participating. The investment will be used to expand its marketplace into more territories and develop new products and services for travellers and hosts.
DisplayLink®, a provider of solutions that simplify the connection between monitors and computing devices, has closed $10.4 million of growth financing. The financing was led by Clydesdale Bank’s Growth Finance team. Existing investors Atlas Venture, Balderton Capital, Cipio Partners, DAG Ventures, and DFJ Esprit also contributed to the equity funding. The Palo Alto-headquartered company will [...]
In a Q&A with peHUB, Balderton Capital’s Barry Maloney discusses what’s worrying European venture capitalists. Turns out tapering domestic growth isn’t the biggest cause of concern.
Online voting technology company SCYTL is acquiring SOE Software, a maker of election management software. Terms of the deal were not released. Barcelona-based SCYTL is backed by venture funds Nauta Capital, Balderton Capital and Spinnaker. SOE Software is based in Tampa, Fla.
DisplayLink Inc. has raised $15 million in Series D financing. New investor Cipio Partners led the round with existing investor DFJ Esprit. Previous investors Atlas Venture, Balderton Capital and DAG Ventures also contributed. DisplayLink is based in Palo Alto, Calif. The company develops integrated circuits and software that connect monitors to laptops and PCs using standard interfaces such as USB, WiFi and Ethernet, either directly or via docking stations, adapters, and local area networks.
DisplayLink, a provider of networked display technology for multi-monitor and USB-connected computing, has closed on $8 million in new capital. Though the company did not name its most recent investors, the company has previously inked venture funding from Atlas Venture, Balderton Capital, DAG Ventures, DFJ Esprit and WTI. The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company has raised a total of $68 million.
eWise, a global payment and online financial management company, has raised $14 million from Wellington Partners, Balderton Capital, TTV Capital and Patagorang. The new funds will help eWise expand its technology and its sales, the company said Tuesday.
Wooga, the Berlin-based social games company, landed a $24 million round of funding, led by Highland Capital Partners, Tenaya Capital and existing investors Balderton Capital and HV Holtzbrinck Ventures, which funded the company with $7.5 million in 2009. The company, whose games are among the most popular on Facebook, claims that 30 million users play its [...]