Elitist dating app The League has raised $2.1 million in seed funding. The app, which is only available to high achieving single people, is currently in beta with 4,500 users in San Francisco. The League will next be rolled out in New York, according to Business Insider.
Button, a startup aiming to connect apps, has raised a $12 million Series A round led by Redpoint Ventures. The company announced a partnership in October with Uber, launching its DeepLink Commerce platform. “We live in an app world – and when we started Button, our dream was to redefine how apps connected in the mobile economy. Our goal was to extend app experiences across the mobile ecosystem – to solve the problem that we, as users, so often felt,” a company statement on the funding read.
SceneDoc, a law enforcement software provider, has secured a $4 million Series A round of funding, led by iGan Partners with participation from Motorola Solutions Venture Capital and angel investors. “This funding will enable SceneDoc to realize its goal of becoming the de facto technology platform that unifies field documentation and communication,” said Alex Kottoor, co-founder and CEO of SceneDoc. “We’re seeing tremendous demand, on a global scale, from law enforcement and public safety agencies for a mobile-first solution that creates efficiencies and enhances preparedness for supporting agencies and specialized units that are often called to respond to an incident.”
Kaminario, a data storage company, has added $15 million to its Series E round, which now stands at $53 million. The Newton, MA-based company which targets enterprise customers, has now raised a total of $143 million to date.Chinese ecommerce site Beibei has raised $100 million in Series C funding, in a round led by Capital Today and New Horizon, 36kr has reported. Existing backers IDG and Banyan Capital also participated. The website sells specialized items for infants and parents.