Here are the day’s funding deals:
Education tech startup Declara has secured a fresh $9 million in funding, the company announced today. The additional capital is actually an extension of the $16 million round Declara raised back in April, bringing the total amount to $25 million.
Read more on VentureBeat: Education startup Declara nabs another $9M to expand into Asia
Weave, a VoIP service for doctors that also helps manage patient records, today announced a $5 million funding round led by A Capital. Weave shares that it has developed a phone and text service for doctors (below) that lets them communicate with patients, track patient records, and manage customer relations. Homebrew, SV Angel, and Y Combinator — among others — also took part in this funding round.
Read more on VentureBeat: Weave changes the way doctors talk to patients, secures $5M in funding
Fitbay raises $2M
From an email sent to VentureBeat: “Fitbay, the discovery platform that solves the problem of buying clothes online in the wrong size or style, has closed a $2 million USD seed funding round, lead by New York-based Steadfast Venture Capital and Stockholm-based VC firm, Creandum, an early investor in Spotify. This $2 million USD investment comes just 6 months after Fitbay closed an angel round with Jesper Buch (Founder of Just-Eat) and Creandum.”
(Note: At press time, the company website was not operational. That’s worth $2 million.)
FightMe gets $1.35M
From an email sent to VentureBeat: “FightMe, a collaborative social video network that invites users to join in challenges and create their own, is set to expand to new platforms after raising $1.35 million in a further seed investment round.”
Visit the FightMe website.
TeamSupport raises $1.25M
From a press release: “TeamSupport, the creator of award-winning customer support software for B2B technology companies, announced today that is has raised $1.25 million in funding led by leading technology investors from Dallas, New York, Atlanta and Toronto.”
Read the press release.
Health-focused big data company Health Integrated has borrowed another million from its backer, Western Technology Investment (WTI). Health insurance companies and risk-bearing health providers use Health Integrated’s software to understand and more profitably manage demand for health services among specific patient populations — people with chronic illnesses, for example.
Read more on VentureBeat: Health Integrated takes another million in venture debt financing