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L-Spark, the Ottawa-based SaaS accelerator, has announced the startups participating in its fall 2019 cohort.
According to analysis from PitchBook, this latest funding comes at a $260 million pre-money valuation, which would work out to about $332 million post-money.
HeyBryan, a peer-to-peer marketplace app that connects homeowners with home maintenance experts, has closed $2.5 million on the Canadian Securities Exchange.
Antwerp-based proptech ZapfloorHQ raises €1 million for its coworking space management platform(EUSTARTUPS)
ZapFloorHQ has developed a platform for coworking spaces and multi-user office buildings, which takes care of back-end administration for building managers while enabling the occupants themselves to access the SaaS platform.
HonestDoor, a platform aimed to help home buyers and sellers get a fair price on their next home, has officially launched its product in Calgary.
No-code application development startup Unqork raises $80M in new round led by CapitalG(TECHSTARTUPS)
As part of the new investment, Unqork will be expanding operations into additional markets, verticals, and growing its engineering team.
Acceleprise, a San Francisco-based SaaS accelerator and fund, has revealed more details on its expansion to Toronto.
The startup will use the funding to invest in product innovation and expand its global market footprint, with additional sales and marketing investments.
Toronto-based Proptech startup Naborly, which had developed a platform for residential tenant screening and credit building for tenants, has raised a $9.9 million CAD ($7.5 million USD) seed round.
The company will use the funds to expand its customer base and services to more dentists apart from growing its team to over 400 people along with opening a new office in Kochi.
Fiix, which provided on-demand car maintenance services through its app, which has been acquired by US-based Wrench.
HR and payroll software solutions firm Greytip raises Rs 34.5 Cr from Infoedge and MegaDelta Capital(YOURSTORY)
This new round of funding will help Greytip grow from its current base of 9000 clients and its one million employee touch points and expand its product, sales, and marketing operations to newer markets and geographies.
MESH/diversity has raised a $950,000 seed round for its software helping organizations build a more diverse and inclusive (D&I) workforce.
Notion Capital announced a new $150 million fund in a bid to bolster its claim to being the go-to investor for European B2B tech.