Modern Hire, a Delafield, WI-based enterprise hiring platform that enables organizations to continuously improve hiring experiences and outcomes with trusted science and technology, acquired Sonru, an Ireland-based provider of automated video interviewing technology.
CalypsoAI, an Washington, DC and Dublin, Ireland-based Artificial Intelligence cybersecurity company, raised $13M in Series A funding.
BrainWaveBank Limited, a Belfast (UK) and Dublin (Ireland)-based provider of a neurocognitive platform that helps monitor diseases such as Alzheimer’s, and psychiatric conditions such as depression and schizophrenia, closed a £1.1m financing round.
CloudSphere, a Los Altos, CA and Dublin, Ireland-based provider of a Cloud Governance Platform, raised $15m in funding.
Scurri, a Wexford, Ireland-based software provider that connects and optimises the eCommerce ordering, shipping, and delivery process, raised €1.5m in funding.
W3BCLOUD, a Dublin, Ireland-based joint venture between Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) and ConsenSys, completed its initial close of $20.5M in convertible notes.
PlasmaBound, a Dublin, Ireland-based developer of a novel surface treatment technology, closed a €1.1m funding round.
CitySwift, a Galway, Ireland-based transport data company, closed a funding round of €2m.
Buymie, a Dublin, Ireland-based same-day grocery delivery company, raised an extra €5.8m in new funding.
Keelvar, a Cork, Ireland-based strategic sourcing software company, raised $18m in Series A funding.
Shorla Pharma, an Irish specialty pharmaceutical company, completed an $8.3m Series A financing.
evervault, a Dublin, Ireland-based internet infrastructure company, closed a $16m Series A funding round.
MicroGen Biotech, a Carlow, Ireland-based provider of a solution to reduce heavy metal in food, increase soil health to enhance crop yields and clean soil pollution in industrial sites, raised $3.8m in series A funding.
Workvivo, a Cork, Ireland-based provider of an employee communications platform, raised $16m in Series A funding.
LetsGetChecked, a New York City and Dublin, Ireland-based direct-to-consumer at-home health testing and insights company, closed a $71m Series C round of financing.