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The big lesson from today’s batch of funding stories: Instant-delivery startups have the potential to be successful just about everywhere.

Brazil’s Movile grabs $55M as it grows its e-commerce and instant delivery businesses

The on-demand economy is not just a thing in the U.S. Brazil has apparently been really getting into the trend with various apps and services becoming available online.

Read more on VentureBeat: Brazil’s Movile grabs $55M as it grows its e-commerce and instant delivery businesses

Adatao wants to let data scientists work together, so it gets $13M

Here’s a startup that wants to make a service for letting people collaborate on data analysis.

Read more on VentureBeat: Adatao wants to let data scientists work together, so it gets $13M

Two Tap raises $2.7M to push its universal shopping cart

Two Tap wants to be a quick and easy shopping cart for e-commerce sites, and it just raised $2.7 million to expand its client base.

Read more on VentureBeat: Two Tap raises $2.7M to push its universal shopping cart

Caredox raises $2.5M

Caredox, a platform for parents and schools to share medical information about students, has raised an additional $2.5 million from an intended $3.1 million round, according to an SEC filing. The company has so far received around $1.5 million in debt financing.

Poshly dolls up with $1.5 million in seed funding

Everybody’s jumping on the consumer intelligence bandwagon these days — including the beauty industry. Poshly, which has developed a platform to collect consumer intelligence around beauty products, announced today that it has raised $1.5 million in a seed round led by Frontier Equities VC, with participation by Astia Angels, CPEG Ventures, and others. The company has now raised more than $2 million, and it says it will use the new funding to grow its design and engineering teams in San Francisco.

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