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Whether people realize it or not, how they use energy creates patterns. Measuring those patterns in buildings opens the door to finding efficiencies and savings.
Swiftype, the Y Combinator startup that is evolving site search into a powerful marketing and conversion tool for web businesses, announced today it has raised a seed round of $1.7 million in funding that includes some of the most successful Silicon Valley investors and venture capital firms.
With growth in the U.S. still sluggish, American businesses are more frequently pursuing international expansion to drive sales and win new customers, according to a new survey of senior executives by CFO Research and High Street Partners.
Speek, the Ashburn-based developer of a visual conference platform, on Wednesday announced a $1.1 million round of bridge funding.
On Wednesday it announced raising $5.6 million in venture funding led by New Enterprise Associates and Andreessen Horowitz and said its service will be ready for the masses next month.
Acquisition will strengthen Millennial Media’s position as the largest global Independent Mobile Advertising Platform
The Propel Baltimore Fund is banking on tech-driven businesses with its latest investments in two of the most talked about start-ups in Baltimore, Social Toaster and Woofound.
The Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) announced today that its CIT GAP Funds has closed an investment in WealthForge Holdings, Inc., a Richmond-based company that runs a complete, cost-effective and scalable transactional system connecting to crowdfunding portals, investment banks and investment advisors.
VividCortex Inc. has closed a $2 million round of financing, most of it from investors in Charlottesville, termed by its co-founder as “the East Coast’s best-kept sleeper tech hub secret.”
LendKey (formerly Fynanz), the cloud-based lending technology company located in New York City and Cincinnati, announced the closing of an additional $12.5 million in Series B venture funding led by new investors Updata Partners and TTV Capital, as well as existing investors Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Gotham Ventures.