Canada-based Jobber, which helps service businesses get organized, has raised C$8 million in Series A funding. OMERS Ventures led the round participation from return backers Version One Ventures and Point Nine Capital.Continue
According to a blog post on its site, Washington, DC-based software and service company Contactually has raised $8 million in Series A funding. The company’s backers include Grotech Ventures, Rally Ventures, Correlation Ventures, Point Nine Capital, 500 Startups, Bull City Venture Partners and Middleland Capital.
Berlin-based mobile app retargeting startup Remerge has raised $3 million in Series A funding, the company announced in a blog post on its site. Point Nine Capital led the round with participation from other investors that included German Startups Group and WestTech Ventures. In addition to the funding, Remerge is opening an office in San Francisco.
Online yoga studio Yoogaia has secured $3 million in seed funding. The investors were Nokia Growth Partners, Inventure, Sanoma Ventures and Point Nine Capital.Continue
Outbound sales platform PersistIQ has secured $1.7 million in seed funding. The investors included Point Nine Capital, Salesforce and Y Combinator.Continue
Berlin-based early-stage venture firm Point Nine Capital has raised 55 million euros for its third fund, according to a blog post by Christoph Janz, a managing partner at the firm. The limited partners of Point Nine Capital III include Horsley Bridge Partners, Sapphire Ventures, Flossbach von Storch and Vintage Investment Partners. To read the post, visit here.
San Francisco and Paris-based Algolia, a provider of search solutions for developers, has secured $18.3 million in Series A funding. Accel Partners led the round with participation from other investors that included Alven Capital, Point Nine Capital, Storm Ventures and Lead Edge Capital.Continue
Stockholm-based Automile, a platform that connects cars and their data to the cloud, has raised $5 million in Series A funding. Dawn Capital and Point Nine Capital led the round.Continue
Point Nine Capital has provided $1 million in funding to Honey, the latter company announced in a blog post on its site. According to Honey, the capital will be used to grow its product and support staff. Based in New York City, Honey is an enterprise social platform. To read the post, visit here.
Paris-based StarOfService, a marketplace for services, has secured 1.1 million euros in Series A funding. Point Nine Capital led the round.Continue
San Francisco-based Humanity.com, a cloud-based workforce management platform, has closed $9 million in Series B funding. MHS Capital led the round with participation from Point Nine Capital, Klever Internet Investments, Team Builder Ventures and Boku CEO Mark Britto.Continue
Cooking app Kitchen Stories has closed $1.8 million in seed funding. The investors included Point Nine Capital and Bertelsmann Digital Media Investments.Continue
Contactually has closed $2 million in funding. The investors included Point Nine Capital, 500 Startups, Middleland Capital and Crystal Tech. Based in Washington, D.C., Contactually is a relationship management platform.Continue
Brainly, a social learning network that allows students to help each other with homework, has received $9 million in Series A funding. General Catalyst Partners led the round with participation from other investors that included Point Nine Capital, Learn Capital and Runa Capital. In addition to the funding, Adam Valkin and Nitesh Banta from General Catalyst Partners have been appointed to Brainly’s board of directors. According to the company, the capital infusion will be used to expand its U.S. business and open an office in New York City.Continue
San Francisco-based team feedback platform 15 Five has secured $2.2 million in follow-on seed funding. The investors included Point Nine Capital and Matrix Partners.Continue
ShiftPlanning, a San Francisco-based employee scheduling application, has received $3.2 million in funding. Investors in the round included Point Nine Capital and MHS Capital.Continue
Algolia, which said it provides a developer-friendly SaaS API for database search, has announced the close of its seed round with an additional $1.2 in funding led by Storm Ventures. Additional investors in the expanded seed round include individual investors from Box, Eventbrite, Google, Microsoft and Stripe. The financing brings the company’s total funding to $2.8 million. Algolia also announced that Chrisoph Janz of Point Nine Capital has joined the Board. Algolia, founded in 2012 in France, initially raised $1.6 million in seed-stage funding from 500 Startups, Alven Capital, Index Ventures and Point Nine Capital.Continue