Kerecis, a Reykjavik, Iceland and Arlinton, VA-based developer of fish-skin wound treatment, completed a $16m Series C funding round.
Authenteq, a Reykjavik, Iceland- and Berlin, Germany-based blockchain identity verification company, raised $5M in in the first closing of its Series A funding.
Monerium, a Reykjavik, Iceland-based fintech startup bringing full asset backed, redeemable, and regulated e-money to blockchains through a licensed institution, raised a total of $2M in seed funding.
Tempo, a Reykjavik, Iceland-based provider of productivity-enhancing project management solutions, received an investment from Diversis Capital.
TripCreator, a Reykjavík, Iceland-based provider of trip-planning solutions, secured $8m in funding.
Teatime Games, a Reykjavik, Iceland-based social games company, raised $7.5m in Series A funding round and a prior $1.6m seed funding round.
Oculis, a Lausanne, Switzerland-based clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on the development of non-invasive topical treatment for back-of-the-eye diseases, closed a Series B financing round of CHF20m ($20.3m).
Takumi, a London, UK- and Reykjavík, Iceland-based marketing platform which connects brands to influencers to create Instagram marketing campaigns, closed a $4m (£3.2m) Series A funding.
WuXi Nextcode, a Shanghai, China- Cambridge, Massachusetts- and Reykjavik, Iceland-based contract genomics organization (CGO) building a global standard platform for genomic data, closed a $75m Series B financing.
Meniga, a London, UK-based provider of digital banking technology for large banks, raised €7.5M in funding.
Oculis, a Reykjavik, Iceland-based developer of a patented solubilizing nanoparticle (SNP) drug delivery platform, closed a Series A financing of undisclosed amount.
Greenqloud, a Reykjavic, Iceland-based software company focused on developing advanced on-premise IaaS cloud software, received a $4m investment from CB Technologies Founder and CEO Kelly Ireland.
Plain Vanilla Corp., the Reykjavik, Iceland-based mobile gaming developer behind QuizUp, raised up to $7.5m in promissory notes convertible into a minority equity stake from Glu Mobile Inc. (NASDAQ:GLUU), a global developer and publisher of free-to-play games for smartphone and tablet devices. Launched in November 2013, QuizUp currently has more than 40 million registered users […]
Atmo Select, a Reykjavic, Iceland-based provider of in-store music for businesses, secured $1.5m in funding.
CCP Games, a Reykjavik, Iceland-based creator of digital games, raised $30m in funding.