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Toronto-based Knix Wear, which has developed what it calls comfortable intimates for women, has raised $5.7 million in financing.
The Digital For Good Summit provided a clear message to charities regarding digital transformation: start small or start big, but you need to start.
The new funding will be used for product development, hiring and marketing.
The Jakarta-based online booking agency works with property owners and developers to furnish vacant apartment units and rent them out on either a short-term or extended-stay basis.
Two Canadian startups have announced fresh funding rounds to fuel their growth. Here’s the latest on who raised how much.
It expects to sell €1.3 billion in clothes in 2019, and has seen sales grow 4x in the last 17 months.
London-based Trouva raises €19.8 million to further expand its unique object curation business across Europe
Launched in London in September 2015 and co-founded by Alex Loizou, Mandeep Singh and Glen Walker, Trouva has been ranked as one of the five most exciting high-growth UK startups in the Startups 100 Index 2019.
Gorgias raises $14M to help e-commerce companies deliver faster (and more lucrative) customer service
Gorgias, a startup offering artificial intelligence tools for customer service and support, is announcing that it has raised $14 million in Series A funding.
Unlike major players in the space, Copia has focused squarely on catering to low-income consumers who are underserved partly by virtue of living mainly outside urban areas.
Jason Sherman, founder and CEO of TapRm (pronounced “taproom”), says it’s time for beer-lovers to do more of their shopping online.
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