Simon Rothman at Greylock Partners has led a Series A investment in Sprig, which provides hand-crafted dinners and their delivery. Battery Ventures and Accel Partners also contributed to the $10 million round. The San Francisco-based company leverages a culinary team spearheaded by Nate Keller, formerly Google’s executive chef, according to a blog post. Sprig had secured $2 million in seed funding.
Glendale, California-based Gamblit Gaming has secured $12 million in growth capital. American Capital, Ltd. led the round. Total backing behind Gamblit Gaming comes to $20 million. The company is a technology purveyor of real money gaming in mobile games, according to a press release.
French Internet of Things company SIGFOX has gained €15 million ($20.6 million) in funding. Idinvest Partners, the FSN PME and Fonds Ambition Numerérique joined previous investors Intel Capital, Elaia Partner, Partech and Ixo Private Equity. “These funds will be used to accelerate SIGFOX’s growth and international deployment as well as the team needed for it,” according to a press release. The company is a former Red Herring Europe Top 100 winner.
Vancouver’s Enterra Feed has realized a $5 million investment from Avrio Capital. The company delivers renewable food for animals and plants, according to its website. Enterra Feed provides its services to customers such as Overwaitea Food Group, T&T Supermarket Inc., and Star Produce Ltd., and is launching commercial sales of Enterra Natural Fertilizer.
Los Angeles-based SOA Software has received $10 million in venture debt financing from Wellington Financial LP. The company delivers API Management and SOA Governance products. “The market for such application services governance software has been estimated to be in excess of $4 billion,” according to SOA Software’s LinkedIn page. Among the company’s investors: Redpoint Ventures, Palisades Ventures, Paladin Capital Group, Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Navigation Capital Partners.
Canaan Partners has led a $9 million Series A funding round in Realty Mogul. The company provides a platform for crowdfunding properties. The company’s CEO and co-founder, Jilliene Helman, puts the commercial real estate market at $11 trillion in a press release. Individual investors on Realty Mogul have pumped $14.6 million in 58 properties across 14 states.