Curve, Built In, LANDR, Graduway, Finix, Flybits, AppyParking, among others, announced their latest VC funding rounds from venture capital funds.
Curve, a banking technology company, has secured $55 million in Series B funding round — led by Gauss Ventures, a fintech investor. Creditease, IDC Ventures, Outward VC, Santander InnoVentures, Breega, Seedcamp and Speedinvest have also participated.
Built In, a platform connecting professionals with technology companies, has raised $22 million in Series C funding – led by Updata Partners, with participation from existing investors including MATH Venture Partners.
Flybits, a contextual data intelligence company, has raised $35 million in a Series C round led by Point72 Ventures with participation from Mastercard, Citi Ventures, and Reinventure, along with existing partners Portag3 Ventures, TD Bank Group and Information Venture Partners.
LANDR, the AI-powered creative platform for musicians, has raised $26 million in its Series B financing round — led by Sony Innovation Fund, microphone manufacturer Shure, Investissement Quebec and Fonds de solidarite FTQ, with investments from Warner Music, Plus Eight Equity Partners, Slaight Communications, YUL Ventures and PEAK Capital Partners.
Graduway, a provider of alumni engagement and career services management software for educational institutions, has raised $60 million investment from K1 Investment Management, a private equity firm focused on enterprise software.
Finix, the payments infrastructure platform, has raised $17.5 million in Series A funding round led by Bain Capital Ventures, with participation from Insight Venture Partners, Aspect Ventures and Visa and existing investors Homebrew, Precursor Ventures and Act One Ventures. Finix’s total capital raised reached more than $20 million to date.
AppyParking has closed a £7.6 million Series A round — led by West Hill Capital, London based venture capital firm, with participation from existing investors Aviva Ventures and Breed Reply. The funding round includes new strategic investment from Hyundai Motor Company and Sumitomo Corporation. AppyParking’s total funding reached over £11 million to date.