Here’s a list of today’s tech funding stories, updated as the day unfolds. Tip us here if you have a deal to share.
Andreessen Horowitz led a $10 million investment into Gigster to help fuel the startup’s on-demand software development service, Gigster announced today.
Y Combinator, SV Angel’s Ron Conway, and Ashton Kutcher also participated in the round. Gigster added Andreessen Horowitz partner Lars Dalgaard to its board.
Boomf, the personalized marshmallow producer, has attracted $1.05 million of investment from leading business angels in a deal valuing the firm at $15.1 million.
The investment comes from a group including Andy Phillips (founder of ActiveHotels and chairman at YPlan) and Jo Staveley (formerly managing director at Cath Kidston and L.K.Bennett). Other investors include Boomf’s chairman Nick Jenkins (from TV’s Dragon’s Den; former CEO of Moonpig), who has followed his previous investment in the company to maintain his stake, as well as Duncan Jennings (founder of VoucherCodes) and David Frank (founder of RDF Media and TRX).
This list will be updated with breaking funding news all day. Check back for more.
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