Learning People, a Dublin, Ireland, Brighton, UK and Sydney, Australia-based online training company, raised $2.5m in funding.
Sytorus Ltd, a Dublin, Ireland-based data protection company, raised €1.7M in funding.
Kaseya, a global provider of complete IT infrastructure management solutions for managed service providers (MSPs) and internal IT organizations, acquired RapidFire Tools, an Atlanta, GA-based provider of a suite of IT assessment, internal threat detection, and compliance products.
TransferMate, a Kilkenny, Ireland-based provider of a cross-border B2B payments technology solution, received a €21m investment from ING Group N.V., for a small minority equity stake in the company.
UrbanVolt, a Dublin, Ireland-based Light as a Service (LaaS®) company, signed a $65m funding deal with UK investment company Low Carbon.
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Druva, a provider of cloud data protection and management solutions, acquired CloudRanger, a Donegal, Ireland-based backup and disaster recovery (DR) solutions provider for Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Learnosity, a Dublin, Ireland-based EdTech company, received a significant investment from technology-focused investment firm Battery Ventures.
Corrata, a Dublin, Ireland-based mobile cybersecurity startup, raised €1.3m in financing.
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AMCS, a Limerick, Ireland-based supplier of integrated software and vehicle technology for the resource management, waste collection and recycling industry, received a significant investment from Insight Venture Partners and Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF).
Apollo Aviation Group, a multi-strategy aviation investment manager, closed its fourth flagship aviation fund, at $950m.
LetsGetChecked, a Dublin, Ireland, and NYC-based medical health testing platform that allows customers to access regulated laboratory testing and self-test, closed a $12m Series A funding.