Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Silicon Quantum Computing launches $130 million Series A capital raise

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Silicon Quantum Computing (SQC) announced the launch of A$130m Series A capital raising to fund the firm’s technical development, operations and strategic activities from 2023 to 2028. SOC also appointed of Blackpeak Capital to advise it on the Series A capital raise.

Aeromon raises €4.8m in funding to help detect and reduce emissions

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Emission monitoring service and technology company Aeromon announced that it has raised €4.8 million in financing for the development and scaling of its operations. A capital loan from The Finnish Climate Fund is part of the financing package, of which €2.4 million was raised from industrial investor, Vopak Ventures, and the company’s current shareholders.

Recover™ gets $100m minority equity investment from Goldman Sachs

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Recover™, a materials science firm and producer of sustainable, premium recycled cotton fiber and cotton fiber blends, announced that it has closed a $100m minority equity capital investment by the Sustainable Investing business within Goldman Sachs Asset Management. Goldman Sachs is investing alongside majority shareholder STORY3 Capital Partners.

Data access and security company Immuta closes $100 million Series E

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Immuta, the leader in data access and data security, announced that it has secured $100 million in Series E funding. With this investment, Immuta will meet growing data security and privacy demands by accelerating secure data access across all cloud platforms. Only Immuta can automate access to data by discovering, securing, and monitoring data on any cloud service. The new investment brings Immuta’s total financing to date to $267 million.

The Access Group given investment to further continued growth ambition

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The Access Group, a provider of business management software to mid-market organisations in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Asia Pacific, today announced further investment from its shareholders, Hg and TA Associates, with an associated enterprise value of £9.2 billion, believed to make it one of the largest UK headquartered software providers.

Kyle Chalmers and Rabbitohs back new cutting-edge sports tech firm

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The latest cutting-edge sports tech venture launched last week in Australia. eo is the new sports tech innovator, applying new innovations to help athletes redefine their limits. The launch of eo includes two ground-breaking wearable devices (plus three in the pipeline) in the fields of concussion assessment and elite swimming performance and has the backing of some of Australia’s highest profile sporting bodies and people like Swimming Australia, NRL South Sydney Rabbitohs, Olympic swimming coach Brant Best, former NRL medical officer Dr Paul Bloomfield, and individual athletes like Olympic swimmer Kyle Chalmers OAM.

Florence raises $35 million Series B to revolutionise social care staffing

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Florence, the UK-based technology innovator for social care, announced it has raised $35 million (£28.5 million) through a Series B funding round. Florence will use the investment for product expansion to support care in the UK and multiple international markets, and to expand its services beyond elderly care. The Series B round was led by Axa Venture Partners with participation from Roo Capital and existing backers SEEK Investments.

Canon Oceania introduces new grant to support flood affected organisations

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Canon Oceania is opening submissions for its 2022 Grants Program. The firm has introduced a new sub-category to its community grant, to support the recovery of flood-affected businesses and community firms following the recent floods in Queensland and NSW. 

Enterprise identity protection leader Semperis closes $200m Series C

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Semperis, an identity-driven cyber resilience firm, announced it has raised $200m in Series C funding led by KKR, with participation from Ten Eleven Ventures, Paladin Capital Group, Atrium Health Strategic Fund, Tech Pioneers Fund, and existing investors like Insight Partners.

Wayflyer gets $300m in debt financing from financial steward J.P. Morgan

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Wayflyer, the revenue-based financing and growth platform for eCommerce businesses, secured and began deploying $300 million in debt financing from global financial services leader J.P. Morgan, with Neuberger Bermann acting as a mezzanine provider.