Pagely Joins GoDaddy, Knak Raises $25 million Series A & more
GoDaddy Inc. announced it entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Pagely. GoDaddy plans to build a world-class WooCommerce SaaS platform providing the highest levels of reliability, scalability, flexibility, security and performance with Pagely's platform and cloud expertise. The terms of the deal were not disclosed however.
Knak offers one of its kind codeless campaign creation platform built for enterprise marketing teams.
The company announced a USD 25 million Series A round led by New York-based global private equity and venture capital firm Insight Partners. Knak will use the funding to accelerate its growth by adding to its team, establishing a channel program, expanding its platform, and increasing industry awareness.
Trademo is a global supply chain intelligence company. They announced their $12.5 million seed round funding. Trademo is in the process of building a global supply chain knowledge graph to help global-trade participants discover new opportunities, remain compliant with regulations, build operationally resilient supply chains, and grow commerce.
Investors include eminent people like venture capitalists Amit Singhal, Saama Capital, Neeraj Arora , Sridhar Ramaswamy and Shalabh Singhal.
Veriforce is a supply chain risk and compliance management industry solution provider. The company acquired South Africa-based ComplyWorks Africa (Pty) Ltd. a leading supply chain compliance management solution provider in the mining and energy sectors. The expansion will bolster Veriforce’s creation of an operational hub covering Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Reprise announced a $62 million Series B financing round, close on heels after the $17 million Series A they raised less than a year ago. As of now, their total amount raised is $82 million.
A new investor ICONIQ Growth led the round B. However, existing investors like Bain Capital Ventures, Accomplice VC, and Glasswing Ventures also participated in the funding round. The round also included investments from Trevor Noah and Jeffrey Katzenberg's WndrCo. Reprise aims to use the funding to expand its customer base and increase the depth of its enterprise platform.