Here are the day’s funding stories:
Dropbox shoots for $450M
Dropbox has a lot of new cash in its war chest. The cloud storage company has raised $325 million in venture funding over the last several months — and it appears to be aiming for an even higher total. It filed a Form D with the SEC on Monday that pegs its full offering at $450 million. Read the whole report on VentureBeat.
SpareFoot closes $10M
Storage service SpareFoot has raised a fresh $10 million round of funding to continue its record growth, the company informed VentureBeat today. SpareFoot’s service is essentially a marketplace for the storage industry. It allows storage businesses around a particular area to show what units they have available as well as prices for each storage unit. Read more on VentureBeat.
Deliv raises $4.5M
Local delivery startup Deliv raised a $4.5 million funding round from major retail operators Simon Property Group, General Growth Properties, Macerich and Westfield. Aside from fresh capital, this new round brings Deliv significantly closer to the above mall operators. Source: Press Release
AdStage raises $1.1M
Advertising platform AdStage has nabbed a fresh $1.1 million round of funding, the company announced today. AdStage allows its medium-sized business clients to run multiple ad campaigns — such as those from Google, Bing, LinkedIn, and Facebook — from a single location. Read the full story on VentureBeat.
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