Iterum Therapeutics Limited, a Dublin, EIRE-based clinical-stage pharmaceutical company, raised $65m in Series B funding.
Rubicoin, a Dublin, Ireland-based fintech startup, secured a further €1.4m in funding.
NeuroTronik Limited and NeuroTronik, Inc., a Dublin, and Durham, NC-based developer of novel neurostimulation therapy for the enhancement of heart function in the hospital or clinic, raised $23.1m in Series B financing.
Coras, a Dublin, EIRE-based event ticketing platform, raised €1.9m in funding.
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Glofox, a Dublin, EIRE-based management software for gym, yoga and fitness studio owners, raised €2m in funding.
Immersive VR Education Ltd., a Waterrford, EIRE-based developer of virtual reality software and immersive experiences with a specific focus on Education, raised €1M in funding.
Rotor, a London UK- and Dublin, EIRE-based content platform for creating promotional videos, raised £300k in seed funding.
Blueface, a Dublin, EIRE-based Unified Communications-as-a-Service Provider to businesses, enterprises and carriers, raised €10m in funding.
Artomatix Ltd, a Dublin, Ireland-based artificial intelligence company, raised €2.1m in funding.
Voysis, a Dublin, EIRE-based voice AI platform, raised $8m in Series A financing.
NewsWhip, a NYC- and Dublin, EIRE-based social signals platform used by media and marketing professionals, raised $6.4m in Series A funding.
OncoMark, a University College Dublin (UCD) spin-out diagnostics company focused on the development of novel panels of cancer biomarkers, secured €2.1m in funding.
Orreco, a Galway, Ireland-based sports and data science company, raised $2m in Series A funding.
Venture capital firm Draper Esprit (AIM: GROW, ESM: GRW) added Irish online entrepreneur and venture capital investor Nicola McClafferty to the Dublin office.