CXO-driven angel investment platform (IPV) announces funds to invest in startups, SaaS startup MoEngage raises $77 million, and more
Customer engagement platform MoEngage has raised $77 million in Series E funding, led by Goldman Sachs Asset Management and B Capital. This is Goldman Sachs Asset Management’s first investment in an Indian Software as a Service (SaaS) company
This is MoEngage’s third funding round in the last 12 months. It raised $32.5 million in July 2021, and $30 million in December last year.
CXO-driven angel investment platform (IPV) announces funds to invest in startups looking to raise Pre Series A to Series B capital
Venture capital fund Physis Capital expects the first closure of at least $10-15 million from investors over the next four months and reaches its target of $50 million in one year, while the deployment of capital into promising startups could begin as early as October this year.
The fund, which aims to build a portfolio of 15-20 startups with a minimum ticket size of $2 million, has recently received approval from the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi).
CybSafe is a SaaS product with a per-user-based, subscription licensing model that has a “behavior-led” platform that manages people-related security. In other words, it uses behavioral science and data analytics to help employees be more cybersecurity aware.
Last year, it raised a $7.9 million Series A. It’s now raised a $28 million Series B round led by Evolution Equity Partners with participation from Emerald Development Managers and existing investors IQ Capital and Hannover Digital Investments (HDI) GmbH.
Middesk, a platform designed to automate business verification and underwriting decisions, today announced that it raised $57 million in a Series B round co-led by Insight Partners and Canapi Ventures with participation from Sequoia, Accel and Gaingels.
Papercup today announced that it raised $20 million in a Series A funding round led by Octopus Ventures with participation from Local Globe, Sands Capital, Sky and Guardian Media Ventures, Entrepreneur First and BDMI.
It brings the London-based company’s total raised to date to roughly $30.5 million, most of which will be put toward research around expressive AI-generated voices and expanding Papercup’s support for foreign language
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