Ness Digital Engineering, a custom software development company, has completed an acquisition of Sovereign CRM, a Salesforce consultancy that specializes in the architecture, implementation, customization and integration of a broad suite of Salesforce products.
Medibrane Ltd., a Tel Aviv, Israel-based company that designs, develops and manufactures customized polymeric coverings and coatings for medical frame-based applications, received an additional equity investment and debt financing from Resonetics.
AmeriVet Veterinary Partners, a San Antonio, Texas-based veterinary practice group, received a minority investment of undisclosed amount.
Soltage LLC, a Jersey City, N.J.-based independent power producer, secured a growth investment from Prudential Capital Group.
Valo Ventures, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based venture capital firm, raised $175m for the first fund.
Skupos, a San Francisco, CA-based data platform for convenience retail, raised $26M in Series B financing.
IRL, a San Francisco, CA-based social calendar company, raised $11m in funding.
Kango, a San Francisco, CA-based app-based rideshare and childcare service for families, raised $3.6m in Series A funding.
Modal (formerly Drive Motors), a San Francisco, CA-based provider of digital commerce for large auto retailers and brands, raised $5m in funding.
Car maker Volkswagen is to invest some €900m in joint battery activities with Swedish battery cell producer Northvolt AB.
Germany-based seed stage venture capital firm High-Tech Gründerfonds recently received a €3m investment for its Fund III.
Prowler.io, a Cambridge, England, UK-based artificial intelligence platform for decision-making, raised $24m in new funding.
Simreka, a provider of simulation software that accelerates materials driven product and manufacturing process innovation using AI, raised a seven figure seed financing round.
Inner Loop Capital, a Baltimore, MD-based seed-stage venture capital firm supporting founders of cybersecurity and enterprise technology companies in the Washington, D.C. region, announced a new $2.6m Syndicate Fund.
Edge Case Research, a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based company that makes autonomy safe by delivering software and services to tackle the most complex AI safety problems, secured $7m in funding.