Meesho, Opsani, Curbio, Ovation, among others, announced their latest VC funding rounds from VC investors.
India-based Meesho, an online reseller network for entrepreneurs and consumers, has raised $125 million led by Naspers, with participation from Facebook and existing investors SAIF, Sequoia, Shunwei Capital, RPS, and Venture Highway. Former Vodafone Group CEO Arun Sarin, too, participated in the round.
Opsani, a provider of AI-driven optimization for cloud applications, has raised $10 million in Series A funding round led by Redpoint Ventures, with participation from early investors Zetta Ventures and Bain Capital.
Curbio, a real estate technology company, has raised $7 million in Series A funding — co-led by Camber Creek and Brick & Mortar. The company has raised $13.6 million in total financing to date.
Ovation, a relationship enablement platform for restaurants and retailers, announced a round of almost $1 million in seed funding — led by Monta Vista Capital and includes 500 Startups, Steve Young, and angels from San Francisco, Utah, Boston, and Japan.
Uniphore, a global conversational Artificial Intelligence company incubated in 2008 at IIT Madras, has raised $51 million in Series C funding led by March Capital Partners, with participation from Chiratae Ventures (formerly IDG Ventures), Sistema Asia, CXO Fund, ITP, Iron Pillar, Patni Family, plus other investors.
QFPay, a digital payment technology company in Asia, has received a new round of $20 million funding from existing investors Sequoia Capital China and Matrix Partners. New investors include MDI Ventures, the venture capital arm of Telkom Indonesia, Rakuten Capital, VentureSouq, a venture capital firm based in Dubai.
Clumio, a provider of authentic SaaS for enterprise backup, has raised $51 million in funding over two rounds: A Sutter Hill Ventures-led Series A round and Series B round driven by Index Ventures with participation from Sutter Hill Ventures. Several individuals also participated including, Mark Leslie, founder of Veritas Technologies, and John Thompson, chairman of the board at Microsoft.
Kasten, a provider of cloud-native data management, has raised $14 million Series A round led by Insight Partners, bringing the company’s total funding to $17 million to date.
Polarity, the memory augmentation platform, announced a $8.1 million Series AA funding round led by TechOperators. Additional investors include Shasta Ventures, Strategic Cyber Ventures, Gula Tech Adventures, and prominent angel investor Oliver Friedrichs, former CEO and Founder of Phantom, among others.
Schedulicity, the online platform for consumers to schedule appointments, classes and workshops, announced a $22 million funding round, raised with private investors.