InVisage picks up $18 mln and expands team with new hires

InVisage Technologies has received $18 million in funding. Investors included GGV Capital, Nokia Growth Partners, RockPort Capital, InterWest Partners, Intel Capital and OnPoint Technologies. Also, InVisage has hired Ephraim Kwok as chief financial officer and Emanuele Mandelli as vice president of engineering. Based in Menlo Park, Calif., InVisage is a fabless semiconductor firm.

VC-backed Domo appoints TPG principal to board

Enterprise software startup Domo has named Nehal Raj, a principal at TPG, to its board of directors. TPG Growth recently led a $125 million Series C round in Domo. The company’s other backers include Benchmark, Fidelity Investments, Founders Fund, GGV Capital, Greylock Partners, IVP, Salesforce.com, T. Rowe Price, WPP and Zetta Venture Partners.

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Content marketing platform Percolate nabs $24 mln

New York City-based content marketing platform Percolate said Tuesday that it has raised $24 million in Series B financing. Sequoia Capital led the round with participation from previous backers GGV Capital, First Round Capital, Lerer Ventures and WPP. Also, Percolate has added Mike Dixon of Sequoia to its board of directors.

Zendesk appoints to board

Zendesk, a provider of cloud software has made three appointments to its board of directors: Caryn Marooney, vice president of technology communications at Facebook; Elizabeth Nelson, former chief financial officer of Macromedia and former Amazon.com general counsel Michelle Wilson. Founded in 2007 and based in San Francisco, Zendesk has offices in seven countries and funding from Charles River Ventures, Benchmark, GGV Capital, Index Ventures, Matrix Partners and Redpoint Ventures.

Yodo1 raises Series B led by GGV Capital

Yodo1, a Beijing-based publisher and platform provider for mobile games, has raised $11 million in Series B financing led by GGV Capital. Singtel Innov8 along with new investors Pavillion Capital and Iris Capital joined the round. The company has raised $18 million since its founding in 2011.

Gridstore closes $11 million Series B

Gridstore has closed its Series B funding round. The company raised $11 million in an oversubscribed round led by new investor, Acero Capital, and included participation from all of its current investors GGV Capital, Investec Ventures Ireland Limited, ONSET Ventures and some of the original angel investors.

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