Fazland.com, a Reggio Emilia, Italy-based services platform that connects professionals with people in need, raised €4.5m in funding.
SurveyMe, a Stockport, United Kingdom-based mobile survey app developer, closed its initial £2m funding.
BuyBay, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based provider of total solutions for returned products in e-commerce and retail, received an investment of millions of euros from Fortino Capital.
Gambol Pet Group, a Liaocheng, Shandong Province, China-based provider of pet food, received a private equity investment from KKR‘s China Growth Fund.
Fusar Technologies, a New Jersey based wearable tech startup, raised an additional $1M seed funding round.
Breakthrough Energy Ventures (BEV), the $1 billion fund launched in December 2016 to finance emerging technology with the potential to deliver affordable, reliable, zero-carbon energy, announced Eric Toone as executive managing director and science lead and David Danielson as managing director for science.
Alteryx, Inc., an Irvine, CA-based provider of self-service data analytics software, has filed a registration statement on Form S-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) relating to a proposed initial public offering of its Class A common stock.
Workfit, a Menlo Park, CA-based maker of an enterprise voice assistant, raised $5.5m in seed funding.
Cordial, a San Diego, CA-based provider of a SaaS messaging platform for brands to adapt their messaging and digital experiences to the connected consumer, raised $6m in Series A funding.
Cherwell Software, LLC, a Colorado Springs, Colo.-based provider of IT service management (ITSM) solutions, secured $50m in funding.
Exonics Therapeutics, a Boston, Mass.-based biotechnology company, raised $5m in seed financing.
Tealium, a San Diego, CA-based provider of real-time customer data and enterprise tag management solutions, secured funding from Citi Ventures, completing its Series E round.
Dubset Media, a San Francisco, CA-based legal mix and remix music distribution platform, closed $4m Series A funding round.
Polarity, a Washington, D.C.-based commercial human memory-augmentation and collaboration platform, raised $3.5m in series A funding.
Dealflo, a London, UK-based provider of end-to-end financial agreement automation services, raised £10m in funding.